Levin’s comedy thriller in development

BRIAN LEVIN is in development on his debut feature “The Grand McNally,” which he described as “a Coen Brothers film for a younger generation.”

“It’s a dark comedy thriller involving three teenagers who get caught in between a hitman and the men who want him killed,” said Levin.

Levin, who wrote and is producing with DP Blake Babson, also shot Erik L. Wilson’s short “The Memoirs of Don Walker.” It won best thriller at the New York International Independent Film & Video Festival in Los Angeles, and was runner up for best short at the East Lansing Film Festival.

See www.grandmcnallythemovie.com.