The Victorino Noval Foundation Set To Produce A Tony Kaye Feature Film Set For A 2017 Release

The Victorino Noval Foundation is pleased to announce it will be executive producing controversial director Tony Kaye's next feature film set for 2017 release.

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Oct. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Victorino Noval Foundation is pleased to announce it will be executive producing controversial director Tony Kaye's next feature film set for 2017 release. https://youtu.be/I4oXo83KxxU

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At a press conference in Beverly Hills Monday, the foundation announced that they will be producing the next film directed by the British director Tony Kaye. Tony Kaye, who gained worldwide critical acclaim for directing American History X,  is known as a director of conscience. Kaye also helms the Victorino Noval Foundation directorial mentorship program that sponsors underprivileged teens who are interested in film careers.

The Victorino Noval Foundation works to promote young film students' interest in film careers. The foundation has worked with Reel Aid to produce a documentary narrated by Jeremy Irons, Sahaya Going Beyond, Redemption and The Hill That Chris Climbed with Peter Berg.

The Victorino Noval Foundation has collaborated in the past with filmmaker and actor James Franco to produce two NYU student film projects. Black Dog, Red Dog (2016) starring Franco, Olivia Wilde, Whoopi Goldberg And Chloe Sevigny that follows the life of Stephen Dobyns as he deals with life, women, and his move from journalism to poetry. The Color of Time (2012) starring Franco, Mila Kunis, Jessica Chastain and Zach Braff illustrates a poetic road trip through Pulitzer prize-winning CK Williams' life.

In 2015, The Victorino Noval Foundation was a sponsor of the Emmy-winning series, The Bay starring Kristos Andrews and Kira Reed Lorsch.

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