Terris’ “Dirty Work” premieres Tuesday at MWFF

BRUCE TERRIS’ debut feature “Dirty Work” has its festival premiere at the Midwest Independent Film Festival April 4.

Starring Lance Reddick (“The Wire”), Mike McGlone (“The Brothers McMullen”), Nutsa Kukhianidze (“The Good Thief”), Austin Pendleton (“A Beautiful Mind”), Karin Anglin (“Kwik Stop”), Rich Komenich (“The Amityville Horror”), Tim Decker (“Joshua”) and Keith Kupferer (“The Road to Perdition”).

“Dirty Work” is an ensemble drama about the intertwining lives of a corrupt politician, a dirty cop, a crime lord and a hotel maid.

Jennifer Vincent of Blue Horseshoe Productions and Christina Varotsis produced. David Blood shot on DV. Sharon Zurek of Black Cat Productions edited. Music, Mark Messing of Maestro-Matic. Sound design, Adam Frick of Chicago Film Sound.

“Dirty Work” had its theatrical premiere in a weeklong run last February at the Gene Siskel Film Center. It screens at 7:30 p.m. April 4 at Landmark’s Century Centre Cinema, 2828 N. Clark St. Doors at 6 p.m. Terris, Varotsis and Pendleton will attend. Paul Cotter’s Sundance-selected short “Estes Avenue” is also screening. $10.

See www.dirtyworkthemovie.com.