Yasha Jackson hunts a kidnapper in KILLER AMONG US from writer-director Charles Scharfman ( @Yasha_Fierce )

Vertical Entertainment has acquired North American rights to first time writer-director Charles Scharfman’s crime thriller “Killer Among Us”. Directed by Charles Scharfman, the film stars Yasha Jackson (HBO’s The Flight Attendant), Andrew Richardson (Martin Eden.), Bruce MacVittie (When They See Us) and Imani Lewis (The Forty-Year-Old Version). On the 4th of July, a rookie female cop partners with a veteran detective to save the life of a high-school student from a radicalized serial killer. Vertical Entertainment will release Killer Among Us on demand April 16th.

Director Charles Scharfman: “I made this film as a crime genre-rooted reflection of the polarized and complicated political climate we are currently living in, and that’s even more relevant today then when we shot it.”

Producer Dan Clifton: “We could not be more excited to have Vertical Entertainment distribute Killer Among Us. This was a special film to make with Charles, producer Bernard Hunt and our whole team, and I’m excited for audiences to see it this spring.”
 
Josh Spector negotiated the deal for Vertical Entertainment with Dan Clifton of Top Right Corner on behalf of the filmmakers.

Killer Among Us was directed by Charles Scharfman, written by Charles Scharfman and Daniel Lichtenberg, produced by Dan Clifton and Bernard Hunt, with cinematography by Bernard Hunt, edited by Terry Taylor, and music by Siddhartha Barnhoorn. The film was produced by Hard Night LLC.

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