PLAINFIELD, NJ - The award-winning film Moves We Make The Movie, written by Plainfield author JM Benjaminm, and directed by Patrick Coker, is now available to rent or purchase on Vimeo.

The story is a dark tale of a conflicted street thug whose decisions lead to devastating consequences.

This limited promotion also comes with six behind-the-scenes exclusive videos, and a look into the making of this independently produced classic from production company Nonstop Show Group.  It's available to view on your choice of devices, including laptop, Ipad, mobile device or Smart TV.  

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Nonstop Show Group notes that producing independent film is difficult, and can be challenging as it relates to financing and funding.  As a result, any funds collected through this special offer will be used to help fuel the group's next project, as well as defray any outstanding expenses related to the cost of producing and promoting Moves We Make the Movie.

Take advantage of this offer today on Vimeo on Demand, and don't forget to share on your social networks. 

 

 

 

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Nonstop Show Group is currently in development with six different projects, all scheduled to be produced in 2017.  Two television pilot series - one entitled Run by Moves We Make director Patrick Coker, and Worth Dying For, written by Moves We Make creator and writer JM Benjamin. 

Casting begins this month on Disorderly Conduct, written by Justice Perez from Elizabeth, and co-directed by Katie Takahashi and Moves' Patrick Coker.  Plainfield actress Imani Nia Robinson, who did a stint on HBO's The Wire, and most recently was a correspondent for BET at the Women's March on Washington, will take the lead role as Abby. Other actors who have committed include John Anthony Wylliams (Moves We Make), Christian Barber (Blue Bloods, The Blacklist), David Chen (Gotham, Luke Cage) and J. Nycole Ralph (Working Out the Kinks, White Picket Fence).  Principal photography is set to begin in March for Disorderly Conduct.