Just when you thought 2020 would be a total dumpster fire...Johnny Whitworth drops a new film, and oh.my.goodness..it looks intense. Based on true events and diving head first into some very real issues including missing children and police bureaucracy, this indie thriller/drama set for an August 28th U.S. release in select theaters, will no doubt invoke some heartbreaking emotions.
We're calling it a must-see though, because even amidst tragedy, there are humans with good in their hearts who want to help..and the world needs to feel this now.
Watch the trailer:
When twelve-year-old African-American girl Monique Watson goes missing in Brooklyn, the police are apathetic and her father Michael (Maurice McRae) is distraught. Out of options, Michael teams up with Christian Baker (Johnny Whitworth), the journalist assigned to Monique’s story. With public interest waning and time running out, Michael and Christian race to uncover the truth - and find Monique, before it’s too late. -- 'Still Here' (2020)
Select theaters in U.S. starting August 28th 2020
Germany theaters August 28th 2020
Theatrical release & Virtual theater release September 2020
STARZ in the U.S. on December 8th 2020
On Demand (VOD) release USA, Europe & Latin America in December 2020