Dandelion Productions established in 2015 is an independent production company based in New York and Los Angeles. The company’s highly skilled team Christina O’Shea-Daly and Kathleen Fazio, have a history of producing critically acclaimed and commercially viable films, television series — both domestic and international, with strengths in partnering with excellent international co-producing partners. Dandelion currently have an active slate of films and series in development.
THANK YOU to all who worked and watched DEAD IN THE WATER! Great fun to be a part of SYFY 31 Days of Halloween 10th Anniversary slate.
#DEADINTHEWATER premieres OCT 27 9/8C on @SYFY #31-days-halloween
#DandelionProds celebrates @SYFY #31daysofhalloween 10-year Anniversary with chilling 2-hour thriller #DEADINTHEWATER OCT 27 9/8C SYFY
Principal photography has wrapped on SYFY thriller ‘Dead in the Water‘. Written and Directed by Sheldon Wilson. From Executive Producers Christina O’Shea-Daly, Lance Samuels.
The cast includes Nikohl Boosheri, Christia Visser, Tanya van Graan, Bianca Mannie, Skye Russel, Amy Louise Wilson, Nicloa Fortuin, Brandan Aurett
The story takes place on The Nereus, a fifty-year-old Ice Breaker, salvaged by an idealistic crew on a mission—catch illegal fisherman. On chase, the crew find themselves well off-course and bearing down on a body mysteriously floating in the middle of the Devil’s Sea. Superstitious or not, the team soon discovers they’ve rescued a deadly creature feeding on the lifeless body. Their new mission—kill or be killed and preferably before they hit land.
Caught delivers plenty of terrifying moments, thanks to the highly committed performances by the central quartet, Mickey Sumner, April Pearson, Cian Barry, Ruben Crow. THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER REVIEW
Some ’seriously weird’ visitors invade America’s theaters tonight!
Caught stars Mickey Sumner (Frances Ha, End of the Tour), April Pearson (Skins), Cian Barry (Nina Forever), Ruben Crow (Austenland), and David Mounfield (This is Jinsy).
Adding a sci-fi kink to the home-invasion thriller “Caught” is small, strange and surprisingly inventive. NY TIMES REVIEW
The freaky home-invasion thriller “Caught” overcomes the genre’s clichés thanks to a retro style and sharp hook. LA TIMES REVIEW
New York – Cinema Village East 12th Street
Los Angeles – AMC Universal Citywalk 19
Detroit – AMC Star Southfield 20
Chicago – AMC Loews Woodridge 18
Minneapolis – Emagine Lakeville 21
Dallas – AMC Hickory Creek 16
Phoenix – AMC Arizona Center 24 Phoenix
Philadelphia – AMC Allentown 16
Tampa – AMC Veterans Expressway 24
Houston – TX AMC Gulf Pointe 30
Not rated. Running time: 1 hour 25 minutes.