Ambition’s Debt Release

We are thrilled to announce an agreement with Gravitas Ventures to license Ambition’s Debt for availability on Streampix, an Xfinity Comcast Cable VOD platform.

In addition, the film is also now streaming on Amazon Prime Video. And we are finalizing the delivery process for iTunes and FlixFling. Pre-ordering on iTunes will be available March 1st (in advance of a March 15th release date).

It’s been quite a journey! Now this wonderful piece of art is poised to reach a much wider audience. Please help us spread the word about our film’s release and write a review on Amazon if you’re a Prime subscriber.

Thank you for the continued support and well wishes.

All the best,

Devin E. Haqq & the AD Team

Ambition’s Debt Poster for New Port Beach Film Fest 2018

“Mad Max meets William Shakespeare meets Lars Von Trier. We’re in!” — Shakespeare in L.A.

Ambition’s Debt starring Nathan Darrow (House of Cards) as Marcus Antonius, Peter McRobbie (Bridge of Spies) as Caius Cassius, and Kathleen Chalfant (The Affair) as the Soothsayer and featuring Pernell Walker (The Deuce) as Cinna and Carra Patterson (Straight Outta Compton) as Calpurnia will screen at The Newport Beach Film Festival on 4/29 at 11:30 am.

You can get tix here!

Ambition’s Debt Screens at Langston Hughes African American Film Fest

Ambition’s Debt screens at the Langston Hughes African American Film Festival Sunday, April 22 at 1 PM – 2:45 PM PDT !

The festival takes place at Langston Hughes Performing Arts Institute, Seattle, Washington 98144

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Set in a post-apocalyptic world and adapted from William Shakespeare’s epic tale of honor, ambition, betrayal, hubris, and the supernatural. The story follows the downfall of Rome’s most honored citizen, Marcus Brutus, as he conspires to assassinate Julius Caesar, in order to forestall tyranny and preserve democracy.

The film’s stellar cast includes Nathan Darrow (House of Cards), Peter McRobbie (Bridge of Spies), and Kathleen Chalfant (The Affair). The movie also features Pernell Walker (The Deuce), and Carra Patterson (Straight Outta Compton). Filmed entirely on location in a Brooklyn industrial warehouse with an abstract expressionistic production design, it’s Mad Max meets William Shakespeare meets Lars Von Trier.