Feverpitch Pictures Moves Office to New Location at Studio Centre in Norristown

August 27, 2008 - Hollywood, CA - - Feverpitch Pictures, a motion picture production company has moved to a new location at the site of the first major film studio being built in Pennsylvania. The move is the first of what is anticipated to be a wide variety of entertainment companies relocating to the location to create a hub of filmmaking activity at the new studio facility.

The Storyteller

Feverpitch Pictures Moves Office to New Location at Studio Centre in Norristown

June 2, 2008 - Hollywood Reporter - - Katharine McPhee and Wes Bentley are starring in the indie psychological drama "The Storyteller," which Robert Angelo Masciantonio is directing for Feverpitch Pictures. Anita Briem also is on board.

Bentley, repped by WMA and Untitled, plays a writer who goes on a downward spiral when his father dies, causing his assistant (McPhee) to start investigating whether his muse as well as narrator for his stories (Briem) is a figment of his imagination.

"Storyteller" is producing by Jeffrey Erb of Feverpitch, along with Jason Loftus and Patrick McDade. Joe Nicolo of Feverpitch is exec producing. An August shoot is planned.

McPhee is repped by CAA and Untitled. Briem is repped by UTA and Untitled.


Feverpitch Pictures to Produce Terry Nemeroff's "THICKER" Starring Jason Lee, Christopher Lloyd and Leslie Zemeckis

December 6, 2007 - Los Angeles, CA - - Feverpitch Pictures announced today its plans to produce "Thicker" written and directed by Terry Nemeroff with principal photography scheduled to begin in May 2008.

The film will star "My Name is Earl's" Jason Lee, who is also set to appear in 20th Century Fox's "Alvin and the Chipmunks" later this year. Christopher Lloyd, well known for his contributions to film and television, along with Leslie Zemeckis (Staar, Beowulf, A Christmas Carol), Peter Facinelli (Six Feet Under, Riding in Cars with Boys, The Scorpion King), and John Gries (Napoleon Dynamite, Men in Black, Get Shorty) will also star.

The Storyteller

After Dark hits "Nail" on Head

October 19, 2007 - Los Angeles, CA - (Hollywood Reporter) - After Dark Films has picked up Mark Young's cannibal tale "Tooth and Nail" for its After Dark Horrorfest 2007 film series. Rachel Miner, Rider Strong, Robert Carradine, Vinnie Jones and Michael Madsen star as survivors in a post-apocalyptic world who fight a legion of hungry cannibals. The feature, produced by Jonathan Sachar and Patrick Durham, and Executive Produced by Feverptich's Jeffrey D. Erb and Joe Nicolo will be released nationwide Nov. 9-18.

Other films in the series include "Borderland," "The Deaths of Ian Stone," "Frontiers," "Nightmare Man" and "Unearthed."

The Speed of Life

The Speed of Life to Premiere at Venice Film Festival

August 23, 2007 - Los Angeles, CA - "The Speed of Life" a film Directed by Ed Radtke and Executive Produced by Jeffrey D. Erb and Joe Nicolo of Feverpitch Pictures is scheuduled to debut at the 2007 Venice Film Festival. Produced by Greg O'Connor and Ira Deutchman, the film is scheduled for a Press/Industry Screening: August 29th, 2:00 pm, Sala Volpi; and Public Screenings: August 30th, 11:15 am, Sala Perla and August 31st, 11:15 pm, Sala Volpi. More...


Distribution and Production Executives Jeffrey D. Erb and Joe Nicolo form Feverpitch Pictures

May 29, 2007 - Los Angeles, CA - Distribution and Production Execs Jeffrey D. Erb and Joe Nicolo announced today that they have officially left distribution company Kindred Media Group, where they were involved in the distribution of such indie films as "Game 6" with Michael Keaton and Robert Downey, Jr., and the executive production of the upcoming "One Part Sugar" with Danny DeVito and Justin Long, among other projects, to focus on production and form Feverpitch Pictures.

Feverpitch plans to independently produce two to four films a year in the $1 to $5 million range. The company is also in the process of setting up one to two studio co-productions per year which will range from $20 to $50 Million.


Distribution and Production Executives Jeffrey D. Erb and Joe Nicolo form Feverpitch Pictures

April 29, 2007 - Philadelphia, PA - Philadelphia natives Jeffrey D. Erb and Joe Nicolo acquired the production rights to Deron Albright's "The Legend of Black Tom" under their Feverpitch Pictures production mantle. The screenplay was one of the projects pitched at the 2007 "Philly Pitch" event sponsored by the Greater Philadelphia Filmmakers, a program of the Greater Philadelphia Film Office during the Philadelphia Film Festival where Jeffrey was a panelist. Erb and Nicolo were involved in the production of four films in 2006 and the distribution of four additional films in 2006. Nicolo was also the Executive Producer on "Shade" starring Jamie Foxx, Sylvester Stallone, Thandie Newton, Gabriel Byrne, Stuart Townsend, and Melanie Griffith. They are set to start production of a feature called "Let the Game Begin" on June 4th of this year. The two intend to secure A-List talent through their relationships for the production of "The Legend of Black Tom".

"Needless to say, this is exactly what we are trying to accomplish with our Philly Pitch and the Filmmakers program," said Sharon Pinkenson, Executive Director of the GPFO. "Joan Bressler, Director of GP Filmmakers, has done an amazing job with the program."


Production Begins on "Let the Game Begin"

April 23, 2007 - West Hollywood, CA -Pre-production has officially begun on "Let the Game Begin", from Feverpitch Pictures. The film is a dramatic comedy described as a mixture of "Swingers" meets "War of the Roses" and is written and directed by first time dirctor, Amit Gupta.

The film will be shot in its entirety in Montreal, Canada in High Definition and is currently being cast.


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