Primefocus completes color correction and online editing work on 'The Pill'Prime Focus has completed color correction and online editing work on 'The Pill', an independent film written, produced and directed by J.C. Khoury. Recently screened at Gen Arts Film Festival in New York, the film paints a portrait of young singles in New York City and examines the immediate ramifications of casual dating in a poignantly funny, fresh, and honest fashion.

As Khoury summarizes it: "It happens. You meet someone at the bar, one thing leads to another, and the next thing you know you're waking up wondering (and potentially regretting) exactly what took place the night before. Such is the case for Fred (Noah Bean), who starts to panic when his free-spirited one night stand, Mindy (Rachel Boston), informs him that she's not on birth control; but for some reason isn't too concerned. Fred, determined not to become a father, is forced into an all-day adventure with Mindy that is filled with awkward social situations and untimely roadblocks as he struggles to preserve his New York City world. With a resolution finally in sight, the no-boundaries Mindy starts to grow on the overly anxious Fred, forcing him to make a decision that will change the rest of his life."

'The Pill' won the Audience Award from the Gen Art Film Festival last week in NYC, beating out films starring well-known actors. Also, female lead Rachel Boston won the Star Gazer Award from Gen Art for her performance in the film (the only acting award of the fest). 'The Pill' also won a Grand Jury Award at the world premiere in LA at Dances With Films.

Post work was completed in New York by Prime Focus Colourist Alex Berman and Online Editor Eugene Lehnert.

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