Steve Pink’s Favorite Festival Sets Summer Release Date

Steve Rosethe drama of intimate relationship Wheel has set a summer release date. Featuring Amber Middle of Thunder and Taylor Gray the feature premiered to rave reviews at the Toronto Film Festival last year.

The film follows a young couple, Albee (Midthunder) and Walker (Gray), who are on the verge of divorce. They rent a mountain getaway to save their budding marriage. Before long, their personal drama creates tension between their newly engaged AirBnB hosts – Ben and Carly – leaving us to wonder if either couple’s relationship will survive the weekend. In a previous interviewPink spoke of the nature and title of La Roue,

I mean, you can imagine all the reasons: the cyclical nature of life, how difficult it is to deal with love issues, right? I think we all find ourselves…don’t underestimate how hard it is to break free from a cycle, how hard it is. I mean, I remember finding it almost impossible to figure out how to fix the emotional issue in a relationship that was falling apart; it is almost impossible to escape it.

Bethany Anne Lind who is chosen as AirBnB host Carly, previously said Deadline“The ideas of two couples at two different stages of life and two different phases of their relationship and just the intricacies. Steve did so much to bring out the nuances in a person’s head, when they ask themselves ‘Should- Should I stay or should I go?’

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Quiver Distribution has acquired a film and is set to release it to a wider audience, “With Steve behind the ‘wheel’ guiding such a gifted group of new filmmakers and up-and-coming actors, we immediately knew we weren’t couldn’t be wrong,” Quiver said. Co-president Berry Meyerowitz.

With Midthunter, Lind and Gray, Wheel also includes Nelson Lee (Stargirl, Mulan), Carly Nykanen (9-1-1, Bosch)and Kevin Pasdon (Dexter: New Blood, About Fate). The script comes from At home and away celebrity Trent Atkinson.

Quiver Co-Chair, Jeff Sackman said, “We are deeply impressed with Steve’s ability to harness not just comedic fare, but a more tender, raw relationship story in this gripping meditation on love and loss. The feature is extremely compelling and we can’t wait to share it with the public next month.

The drama is produced by Hurley/Pickle Productions. Pink, Atkinson, Midthunder and Gray serve as producers alongside Josh Jason and Molly Gilula. Executive producers include Jeremy Hartman, Sam Dreyfus, Bobby and Ann Copeland, Aaron and Adam Jason, Max Hackerand Ricardo Maddalosso.

Wheel prime ministers on July 22.

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