From Columbus Georgia’s Bo Bartlett, “Things Don’t Stay Fixed”

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Starring Melissa Saint-Amand (“Ozark”), Tara Ochs (Selma) and William Gregory Lee (“Mentalist”), the Mysterious Southern Drama Arrived in Theatres on February 12 and DVD & Digital HD on February 16 from Indican Pictures

Synopsis
Things Don’t Stay Fixed follows a worldly photojournalist, Sam Grace (William Gregory Lee, “Mentalist”) as he returns home to the Deep South in an attempt to stop his daughter, Nina (Melissa Saint-Amand, “Ozark”), from marrying and destroying her future. Sam’s return home becomes more telling as he discovers that he’s the one that has been stuck in the past all along. The southern gothic drama highlights the pain of family struggles, while also painting a picture of one’s internal fight to let go of the past and look toward the future.

From director Bo Bartlett (Helga) and writer Sandra Deer, Things Don’t Stay Fixed also stars Tara Ochs (Selma) and Brenda Bynum (Sharky’s Machine).

Release Details
Limited Theatrical: February 12, 2021 (Los Angeles, CA and Charleston, SC)
DVD + Digital HD Release: February 16, 2021
Digital Availability: Apple TV, Google Play, Prime Video, FandangoNOW and more
Run Time: 94MIN
Rating: TV17

About Indican Pictures
Indican Pictures is a boutique entertainment label and film distributor. The company was founded in 2004 and has released over 300 films worldwide. In our history, our films have won two Independent Spirit Awards, three FIPRESCI awards, five PRISM awards, two NAACP awards, one ALMA award and two HOT DOCS. Indican is known for releasing challenging material like Boondock Saints (Norman Reedus), Tuvalu (a silent movie), Pure (Keira Knightley), Hybrid (Independent Spirit Award Winner), Only The Brave (internment of Japanese Americans), The Black List V. I-III and Girl Next Door, among others. Indican Pictures acquires and distributes a diverse selection of feature films to a broad range of entertainment outlets, including theatrical, home entertainment, television, airlines and streaming platforms.

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