Brutal Action Awaits In The Upcoming Indie Crime Drama, A DANCE WITH THE DEVIL

Things are happening in Florida's brewing independent action industry with aspiring filmmaker, actor and action performer Danny Vega and his team over at Project Rize. Their new self-financed independent action drama, A Dance With The Devil, is currently in production and with a release date setting up for later this year.

As a precursor to his place in the Florida based action film group, ENSO Productions, Vega began training in martial arts at the age of four and then moved to Florida where he would eventually meet and grow up training with ENSO's would-be founder, Walter Garcia. Inspired by the filmic inner-workings of their instructor, actor Ryan Robertson, the three would move on to star in their first project, Mambovision Films 2009 murder mystery action thriller, Dishwasher. In the two years that followed with the creation of ENSO, the three would continue adding more members and expanding their resumès with more original content, garnering several awards for their work on shortfilms such as A Spaniard's Tale, Willing and Abele, and Batman: The Last Laugh.

Now in 2013 and working on becoming an outstanding and full-fledged filmmaker, Vega is coming into his own with Project Rize, an independent movie production group whose name is derived from Vega's own way of providing a platform other aspiring actors and filmworkers in his home state of Florida. And not for nothing either, as he exemplifies this with the inclusion of two of Florida's best young and brightest rising performers, Genesis Action Stunts founder Anthony Giovanni Elias and Genesis fellow member Reko Rivera.

Vega shared his jubilance with me on the apparent transcendence of independent action filmmaking in his state, saying, "I love the fact that action films are expanding in Florida. It's great to see other people sharing the dreams you have and all the talent, love, and great energy it's producing. I feel that for the past couple of years action cinema wasn't as strong as it used to be especially in Florida. But now it's booming again and the public loves it. Who doesn't like to see a good ass kicking from time to time!"

Vega says fans can expect "an eerie gangster action movie" that blends the aestheticism in classics such as The Godfather, Goodfellas, and Scarface, with what he describes as a "brutal street feel" in the design of the film's inspired action sequences, one of which can be seen in the newly available preview clip below featuring Elias and Rivera. The upcoming film also stars Joshua Lamboy and James R. Dempster, and will hopefully lead to a sequel in the years ahead.

For more information on how you can follow the action, visit the film's official facebook page.



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