Time to get some MILF MONEY
Johns wanted! Donations accepted! Nothing Sucks Like A Single Mom….World Premiere must see “Milf Money” debuted tonight New York International Film Festival. Struggling with real everyday issues of being a single parent and the the burdens of trying to keep a family intact, no medical insurance, needing to pay the mortgage, keep the food on the table.
Three struggling, single moms,
and the pastor’s wife with a sex addiction,
turn to one of the oldest professions:prostitution.
Unfortunately for the group, juggling their johns
and raising their kids proves to be as difficult
as keeping their secret profession under the Sheets.
This world premiere Hilarious comedy, keeps you rolling off your sheets (seats) as it heats up the screen with real everyday issues.
And winning Best TV Pilot Milf Money Directed by Aaron Preist – USA, talks are already rumored that the Pilot is to be launced into a series. Starring and writing is the beautiful and talented ‘Rene Ashton (Abundant Media) who has been seen across the TV Screen in CSI, Desperate Housewives, Nip Tuck, Private Practice. With a great supporting cast Missi Pyle, Brian Krause, Patrick Muldoon, Texas Battle, Deena Dill, Dru Mouser, Angela Landis, and Michael Cade.
The NYCIFF assists emerging international filmmakers to expand the audience for their works, broadens the access for the general public to experience independent film, promotes New York City as a major film making center and recognizes Times Square as the crossroads of the worlds. Runs Thursday, August 18th through August 25th the NCIFF showcases international feature-length and short premiere film screenings for 300 films from 48 countries including 75 World premiers, 20 North America premiers, 7 USA Premiers, and 16 New York Premiers from independent feature, documentary, short narrative and animated emerging filmmakers from around the globe.
New York International Film Festival runs through out this weekend and ends with free showing in Times Square for the public. For all the international movies, schedules and categories go to the website: http://www.nyciff.com
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