For Immediate Release
Provocator’s Trans Vampire Tale BIT Completes Production in Los Angeles
AS SEEN IN DEADLINE, READ HERE
From L-R: Char Diaz, Friday Chamberlain, Diana Hopper and Zolee Griggs
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Los Angeles, CA, July 2 (Canadian-Media) Provocator announced that production of BIT, a vampire horror film written and directed by Brad Michael Elmore. has just finished in Los Angeles (LA), California, United States, media reports said.
BIT is the story of Laurel, a teenage transgender girl who moves to LA and falls in with a gang of intersectional feminist vampires.
Not knowing if they want to kill her, befriend her or turn her, Laurel learns to understand the love and dangers of her new and first group of friends.
The film will star newcomer Nicole Maines who gave a TEDx Talk about growing up openly transgender.
Nicole was featured in the HBO documentary “The Trans List” and is the subject of the New York Times bestselling book “Becoming Nicole: The Transformation of an American Family” by author Amy Ellis Nutt.
She also made a guest appearance, as a transgender teen, in an episode of the USA Network TV drama “Royal Pains”.
Here is also a link to the star, Nicole's TEDx Talk: https://youtu.be/bXnTAnsVfN8
BIT also stars Diana Hopper (“Goliath”), M.C. Gainey (DJANGO UNCHAINED), James Paxton (“Eyewitness”) Friday Chamberlain (THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS), Greg Hill (OPERATION FINALE), Zolee Griggs (“Adam Knows Everything”) and first time actor Char Diaz.
BIT is produced by Nicholas Cafritz, Robert Reed Peterson, Louis Steyn, T.J. Steyn, Peter Winther and executive produced by Michael D. Jones.
The film was shot by cinematographer Cristina Dunlap and line-produced by Veronica Radaelli.
Brad Michael Elmore has written and directed BIT, after his Blumhouse produced BOOGEYMAN POP, which premiered at this year’s Cinepocalypse 2018.
Read Deadline piece, Here
(Reporting by Asha Bajaj)