The Adam Lipsius (Four Degrees) directed indie teen comedy 16-Love, starring Lindsey Shaw (the recently released The Howling: Reborn and Pretty Little Liars) and Emmy-nominated Chandler Massey (One Tree Hill and Days of Our Lives) will begin its U.S. Theatrical release on January 20th, 2012, premiering in San Diego, Denver, and Washington D.C. and canvassing more than ten markets its first week at Carmike Cinemas, Hollywood Theaters and more. E1 International & Canada are distributing the film internationally.
16-Love tells the story of 16-year old tennis Ace, Ally Mash (Shaw), who lives and breathes the game until a twisted ankle lands her with hot rookie, Farrell Gambles (Massey). She makes him a champion, and he shows her what true "Love" is.
16-Love, which was produced by Ilyssa Goodman (A Cinderella Story) and Denver-based production company, Uptown 6, recently completed all principal filming at the La Costa Resort and Spa in the San Diego area. Lipsius directed from a script by Leigh Dunlap (A Cinderella Story, Spy Girls), with Linda Appel Lipsius and Noor Ahmed executive producing.
The film also stars Steven Christopher Parker, Susie Abromeit, Lindsey Black, Mark Elias, Keith Coulouris, Alexandra Paul and Josh Cooke. For more information about events scheduled around the film please visit 16-Love.com.
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