Hewes Pictures is bringing the short thriller Nightfire to digital plaforms, including Hulu and Amazon, this May.
A fortune in government money, stored on military chips, has gone missing. The feds enlist two American agents to track down the cash and retrieve it from enemy hands. This spy game seems straightforward, but gets hairier when a political prisoner enters the equation. Now it’s more than just tax dollars on the line…
Nightfire stars Dylan Baker (“Hunters”, “The Good Wife”, Sam Raimi’s “Spider-Man” films), Bradley Stryker (“iZombie”, “Cold Pursuit”), Francesco Pannofino and Becky Ann Baker (“Hunters”, the mother on “Freaks and Geeks”). It was directed by Brando Benetton from a script co-written by Brando Benetton and Los Silva, and it’ll become available on digital starting May 1.
Two American agents (Lorenzo Pisoni and Greg Hadley) are hired to retrieve military chips containing a large sum of government money. Their plan goes awry when an unexpected political prisoner (Dylan Baker) enters the picture.
The white-knuckle thriller, produced by a group of friends from Ithaca college, debuts on streaming platforms, including Hulu and Amazon, May 1 via Hewes Pictures.
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