SPARK-ENT JUNE 2, 2013 – JAMAICAN SCRIPT WRITER & PRODUCER SIGNS MOVIE DEAL WITH SPY GLASS ENTERTAINMENT


Real Entertainment Production (R.E.P) boss and television producer Andrew Lee Pryce has secured a deal with an independent film company in the United States to produce his Justice System movie.

 

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Pryce wrote the script several years ago and submitted it to the Spy Glass Entertainment. He finally got a call back.

“It was submitted to them from as far back as 2010, and they replied in the affirmative. They want to go into pre-production next year, shoot it, and release it in a few years.

The movie is about a young footballer from Jamaica who gets in trouble with the law while in the US, and it points to certain inequities in the justice system overall where a person from a poor background cannot get a fair shake in the system as a rich person,” he said.

According to Pryce, pre-production of Justice System will start next year and the marketing of a movie typically takes a few years, so it should be ready for release in 2018.

“The producers have also offered me the role to play the attorney-at-law from Jamaica representing the footballer. It will be hard for me as a producer to be a cast in the movie, but I want to be the first Jamaican young film producer ever to break big internationally. I’m extra confident in myself and I know what I can do, I am grateful to Spy Glass Entertainment for this opportunity,” Pryce, who is an Edna Manley School for the Performing and Visual Arts graduate, said in a release.

Real Entertainment Production (R.E.P) is known for its live broadcast on BESS FM of Sting 2011 that proved to be an ultra-successful revenue earner for the station. R.E.P is now gearing up for the launch of Real Talk tv show, a social and entertainment programme that will air public views on a wide variety of issues.