Arlington Place Pictures LLC
About Arlington Place Pictures LLC
Arlington Place Pictures LLC is the film and digital media production vehicle of filmmaker Scott Andrew Kurchak and is owned and operated right here in Buffalo, NY.
The origins of our company began in 2007 with the production the short film Audition Day, and was incorporated in 2011. Since then, we have produced the Feature Film Give&Take, and the Short Films A Cow's Tale: The Laura Secord Story and Check Mate.
Give&Take won the 2014 Best Comedy Award at the New Hope Film Festival, won the 2014 Audience Choice Playback Award at SoCal Film Festival and Winner of the Best Western New York Feature at the Buffalo Niagara International Film Festival in 2015.
A Cow's Tale: The Laura Secord Story and Check Mate were Official Selections of the 2016 and 2017 Buffalo Niagara International Film Festivals.
Arlington Place Pictures has also produced several Web promotions including successful videos for the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, St. Catharines Record Show, many Kickstarter / Indiegogo pitch videos and several actor audition reels.
Coming up next for us is launching our own Distribution Stream and a focus on developing more screenplays to help us achieve our goal of producing 3 to 5 projects a year within the next 5 years.
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For Immediate Release
Arlington Place Pictures LLC, Dramatic Solutions and NDstudios
Announce The Start Of Principal Photography On The Indie Feature
September 17, 2012
BUFFALO NY- Arlington Place Pictures LLC along with partners Dramatic Solutions and NDstudios are pleased to announce that Principal Photography has begun on the Independent Feature Film “Give & Take” written by Gail Golden. This project is being Directed by filmmaker Scott Andrew Kurchak. “Give & Take” is being shot entirely in Buffalo by Cinematographer Matthew Nardone . Bonnie Jean Taylor leads a stellar cast that features many great performers from Buffalo’s theatre community.
Give & Take is a coming of age comedy set in the truly bizarre worlds of community theatre and theme parks.
If Waiting for Guffman met The Producers and Leslie Caron as “LILI” wandered in, you’d get GIVE & TAKE!
Ellie is an idealistic, young actress living in NYC. She’s a very giving person, so when her husband, Mitchell, gets a job offer back home in Buffalo, Ellie reluctantly agrees to the move.
Mitchell loves Buffalo, so Ellie looks for happiness there, too. She joins a little theatre company and, unwittingly, winds up emotionally involved with the director, James.
Ellie just keeps on giving and others keep on taking! James casts Ellie in a theme park show and tells her it will be lots of fun, and she’ll get to do it eight times a day! He neglects to mention the grueling physical challenges involved.
The show finally puts Ellie over the edge and, at last, she learns to take care of herself. She returns to Mitchell, but on her own terms this time.
For Information Contact- Scott Andrew Kurchak
Gail Golden as "Gladys" in Give&Take