Los Angeles, CA, (July 6, 2012)—Mitesh Patel, Indian-American filmmaker who received a great deal of recognition from his previous film is currently creating his new innovative horror, mystery film titled Neron.
Neron, which is set in the typical suburban areas, is an upcoming film about a warm mother who struggles with her fight to save her child or accept his demonic destiny.
One unique aspect that sets this film apart from its other indie, horror competitors according to Patel is, “the visual effects and mystery that lure the audience in and sustain their attention.” Although this film is set to take place in the suburbs, it will be shot in Chicago, New Orleans, and Los Angeles for the scenes that include a big city backdrop.
Patel is not only the writer of his films but directs and produces them as well. He also operates his own production and distribution company called Applied Art Productions which includes his own VFX company.
Patel’s previous film, Man in the Maze (2011), debuted first in India and then the United States triggering an upsurge of excitement, surprise, and acknowledgement for the triple threat filmmaker. This film initiated and uproar of enthusiasm for American films throughout India. With the success of Man in the Maze, Hollywood ought to take notice to Patel’s unique film directing and distinct execution of his movies.
Neron, which will be Patel’s next talked about film, is set to make its debut next year in early spring across theaters in the U.S. and carry on into Indian theaters in late spring. Production for this film will begin September as pre-production is said to wrap up in late summer.
Applied Art Productions was created in 1997 and is based in Los Angeles, CA. It was conceived with the intention of celebrating the art of cinema from all corners of the world. Its mission is to create & distribution “quality” entertainment that appeals to a global audience. We want to produce films and television programming that inspire people to make a positive impact on the world. AAP also manages its own VFX company called Phantom FX. It specializes in distribution and putting movies into theaters. Through these dual endeavors AAP hopes to bring to people everywhere joy, knowledge, and a better understanding of this most essential form of art.
For more information visit www.appliedartproductions.com