AMC Picks up Indie “30 Days With My Brother” For National Distribution

30 Days With My Brother

Hollywood, CA – AMC Independent™  ever continuing their commitment to bring distinct and unconventional films to their theaters, has selected the Puerto Rican independent film 30 Days With My Brother for distribution in the United States.  The film which was directed by Michael May, is also being distributed in Puerto Rico by Caribbean Cinemas.  30 Days With My Brother is the first film from the caribbean island to get national distribution by AMC Theaters in 2016.

A heart-warming drama, 30 Days with My Brother is the story of two brothers who are forced to confront their past, themselves and try to restore their relationship as brothers.  Starring Omar Mora and Adrian Nunez, 30 Days… is a highly emotional look at the lives of two brothers from Puerto Rico who are separated by a tragedy at a young age.  After 17 years they reunite, one a doctor with a secret, the other a dark, somber character holding on to the past.

Actor, writer and producer Omar Mora, who coincidentally is a doctor in real life said, We feel fortunate to have received this great opportunity from AMC Independent.  We have opened a door for other filmmakers in our island with a new world of possibilities.  My goal is to continue making films for a very long time.”

AMC Independent dedicates over 20% of their theatres to showing independent films throughout the year, including AMC-exclusive releases. Their goal is to engage and inspire audiences and at the same time, give distribution to independent filmmakers. 

30 Days With My Brother also star Stefy Garcia, Evelyn Michelle, Amy Schloerb and Enrique Fosse.  The film was written by Omar Mora and produced by Moras Productions and M&F Entertainment. 

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