Ten 'til Noon

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Ten 'til Noon
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Promotional poster
Directed by Scott Storm
Written by Paul Osborne
Starring Alfonso Freeman
Rick D. Wasserman
Rayne Guest
Jenya Lano
Thomas Kopache
Music by Joe Kraemer
Cinematography Alice Brooks
Edited by Kalman Alexander
Scott Storm
Distributed by Radio London Films
Release date(s) San Francisco Independent Film Festival
February 3, 2006
Running time 88 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $750,000

Ten 'Til Noon is a 2006 crime thriller movie that has won awards at multiple film festivals (San Francisco Independent Film Festival, San Diego Film Festival, Newport Beach Film Festival).

It is a taut crime thriller in the vein of Memento and Pulp Fiction with a structural signature of witnessing the same ten minutes from the often tense perspective of ten different characters.

Its official description is: Between 11:50 and 12:00 noon, a crime is committed. In the same ten minute period, we follow the lives of the ten people, all connected to this crime. As we see each person's point of view, we are propelled closer and closer to the truth of what exactly happened...and why. [1]

Directed by Scott Storm (graduate of the New York School of Visual Arts and classmate of Bryan Singer) and produced by Michael Creighton Rogers, Michael Mannheim, Gavin Franks, and Brian Osborne, Ten 'til Noon stars Morgan Freeman's son Alphonso and was shot during separate months on a shoestring budget with the help of countless crew and friend favors.

After a Los Angeles Premiere screening, Jon Voight's company, Crystal Sky, signed on to sell foreign and domestic distribution and the film opened theatrically in Los Angeles on March 30, 2007.

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