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Artist View Entertainment has multiple thrillers on offer, including Night Train, which follows a desperate mother who is willing to run black-market medical supplies out of her truck in order to keep her son alive.

Scott J. Jones, president, says it has “action scenes that feel like they are right out of Fast & Furious, but with a strong female lead.”

Another female-led thriller, House of Lies features many twists and turns.

My Dead Dad, meanwhile, tells the story of a young man who inherits apartment buildings from his estranged father.

“Artist View has been fortunate enough to build up a very exciting, commercially viable slate of films for 2022,” Jones adds.








About Jamie Stalcup

Jamie Stalcup is the associate editor of World Screen. She can be reached at jstalcup@worldscreen.com.

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