Braeburn Entertainment has produced numerous films throughout the years including “Insight,” “Glass City,” and “180.” In 2010, another one of Richard Iott’s productions was released to the public, under the charming title of “Happily After.” In this movie which Braeburn co-produced with Glass City Films, a romantic young writer named Tristan meets Trisha at a coffee shop and they’re instantly attracted to each other. He’s smitten with Trisha who’s played by Sharina Martin and their relationship progresses. Tristan who’s played by Ross Marquand takes a liking to her son Landon and promises her to always be there for him. However, when Trisha’s jealous ex-husband enters the picture, there’s a twisted love triangle that occurs and Trisha goes missing. “This film is full of testimonies, flashbacks and the hardships of relationships,” says Richard Iott. “It’s a true genre-bending thriller because the audience is forced to question everything they’ve seen.”
“Happily After” has been recognized in many festivals including the 2011 Park City Film Music Festival taking the Gold Medal for Excellence in Music. The 2011 AOF International Film Festival as a nominee for Best Production Design, the 2011 Lake Count Film Festival and the 2011 Blue Whiskey Indie Film Festival. Brian Morton from Rogue Cinema said “It may be the best indie film I’ve seen this year!” John Klein directed this shot-in-Chicago thriller. As a director of photography, he has traveled the world and shot countless projects including award-winning short films such as “Last Seen on Dolores Street” and “Rendezvous” as well as feature films such as “Nightlights.” “John also shot music videos and documentaries including Strong Bodies Fight and Return to Glory,” says Executive Producer Richard Iott. The founder of Braeburn Entertainment has worked with John in the past on “Glass City.”
Rich shares his love of the movies with his daughter Devon, who also enjoys the entertainment industry. Rich recalls: “When my daughter was in high school all she wanted to do was make movies. Instead of writing reports, she made movies. She made a bunch of short films and eventually graduated from University of Southern California with a degree in cinema and TV production.” Executive Producer Rich Iott always says that his career as a grocer and CEO for Seaway Food Town was somewhat predestined, making movies is truly his passion. Stay tuned for the next movies from Braeburn Entertainment.