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Short Film “Magnum Farce” Set For Feature Length Film by Bella Fe & LightRow

Los Angeles, CA, July 28, 2011 –(– Bella Fe Films and LightRow Pictures have teamed-up to complete production of Magnum Farce, a computer-animated parody of the iconic Dirty Harry films which starred Clint Eastwood. Based on the feature film script that has won multiple film festival awards, Magnum Farce’s production is a follow up of the successful animated short film of the same name by writer, director, producer, Ken Mora.

Executive Producer and CEO at LightRow Pictures is Zak Lee Guarnaccia, Italian-born actor, stuntman and filmmaker has just released the incredible No-Budget action feature Rules to the US market with distribution that includes Blockbuster, Barnes & Noble, Sears, and Best Buy. LightRow engaged the writing talents of Ken Mora for their developing project The Cook and the Thief a fast pace slapstick family action comedy written by Ken Mora, which will showcase Zak Lee Guarnaccia as an Italian Jackie Chan. Progress on that film lead to collaboration on Magnum Farce to establish “The Pixar of Rated R.”

Bella Fe Films is Ken Mora’s production company, and the goal of the joint venture with LightRow is to make an explicitly unique contribution to animation by producing mature-audience film for the underserved late-teen-and-older market which only occasionally experiences films like Trey Parker and Matt Stone‘s South Park: Bigger Longer and Uncut or Takeshi Koike‘s Redline. Release for Magnum Farce is scheduled September, 2013.

  • Robin

    Can’t wait to see the feature length version! Congrats, Ken Mora! I’ll also keep an eye out for Rules as well as The Cook and The Thief. Break a leg!

  • Jabari Smith

    YEAH! This Is a Great!

  • Andrew

    I am looking forward to the film feature treatment of Magnum Farce.

  • Awesome news! Congratulations to all! It should be a kick-ass animation film.

  • A truly remarkable triumphant and glorious moment. Thank you Cartoon brew and Lightrow and a special thanks and a hearty congratulation to Ken Mora(owner and CEO of Bella Fe Films) for this wonderful occasion. I have known Ken for quiet some years now both personally and professionally. And I have witnessed his daunting and unrelenting tenacity to achieve his dreams of making Magnumfarce from a ‘short’ to be a feature. Mr. Mora, I applaud you. God Bless you man!

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