Started in 2011, Rush River Entertainment focuses on producing feature films that reflect depth of character, rich story lines and eternal virtues. The company’s first film, Max Rose, stars Jerry Lewis and premiered in Cannes in May 2013 to an enthusiastic audience. It premiered immediately following the Museum of Modern Art’s tribute to Jerry Lewis on April 10, 2016 in honor the actor’s 90th birthday. Rush River, along with Lightstream and Blackbird announced
The Price of Desire, written and directed by Mary McGuckian, is a period piece based on the life of architect Eileen Gray is in final edit in Ireland.
A third film, The Ticket stars Dan Stevens as blind man who regains his vision only to find himself becoming metaphorically blinded by his obsession for the superficial. Co-starring Oliver Platt and Kerry Bishe the film has been selected as one of 10 US films to for the TriBeCa Festival’s 2016 Narrative Competition. The film will be screened at the festival on April 16 at 8:30pm at the SVA2-Beatrice SVA Theater in New York.