Indie Horror Film Sorrow Premieres at the Plaza Theatre Tonight

Top Quote Last night, writer and director Millie Loredo made her directorial debut in her hometown. End Quote
  • Houston, TX (1888PressRelease) April 21, 2015 - Tonight, she's in Georgia. Her passion project for the last four years, indie horror film Sorrow, will be screened at the historic Plaza Theatre at 1049 Ponce De Leon Ave. NE at 7 p.m. in Atlanta, Georgia.

    Loredo and actress Melissa Mars, who plays Detective Salinas in the film, will be in attendance to participate in a follow-up Q&A. Tickets for the screening and follow-up Q&A session are now available online for $10.80.

    Mars got her start in the entertainment industry in her home country of France as a pop singer. Since then, Mars has become a part of the independent film scene in the U.S. filming roles in movies like The Cabining and Curse of Mesopotamia. Her love for independent films, including Sorrow, comes from what she calls the "human element" of production.

    "We obviously don't make these movies for the money but for the sake of the story that we feel we absolutely need to tell and share," Mars said. "I respect that devotion so much that it makes me want to give everything I can."

    The movie will begin at 7 p.m., and Loredo and Mars will be in attendance to answer questions after the film concludes. Loredo is excited to screen the film at such a historical landmark in cinema.

    "I chose to screen the film at the Plaza Theatre, because it's Atlanta's oldest operating cinema, and I would love to shoot a film there one day," she said.

    Sorrow follows the story of Mila Sweeney, a forensic psychologist who is kidnapped and tortured by deranged serial killers. However, she manages to escape in order to exact her own ingenious form of personal vengeance against her captors.

    Vannessa Vasquez stars as Mila, Eric Martinez and Mary Etuk play serial killers Dale Rogers and Hersey Igor, Melissa Mars plays Detective Salinas, Donny Boaz plays Detective Farrell and Andrew Sensenig plays Chief of Police Gonzales.

    Loredo is optimistic that horror fans and independent film fans alike will appreciate her passion project. Click here to order your ticket for the screening today!

    For more information, visit or contact Millie Loredo at info ( @ ) sorrowthemovie dot com dot

    *This is for sending out to local press: To request a seat at the screening to review the film, contact Millie Loredo at info ( @ ) sorrowthemovie dot com.

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