Houston, TX (April 26, 2012) – Irving Films & Productions is proud to present the highly anticipated official viewing of “Border Break” in a red carpet Hollywood Premiere Event at AMC 24 (First Colony Mall).
On March 15, 2010 Janet Taylor disappeared, she left her dorm with friends and was never heard from again. GPS phone records report her last known location just outside a small town near the Mexico border.
Houston Filmmaker Lakisha R. Lemons brings important attention to the issue of “Missing Girls” with her new film Border Break. Part documentary, part re-enactment, the film chronicles testimony from key people in the case, with re-enactments of events filmed with meticulous detail in effort to help find Janet. (Based on actual events)
“Border Break” is executive produced by Charles H. Irving of Irving Films & Productions associate produced by LL Productions and Advanced Eye Films. The film uses a combination of dramatic reenactments by professional actors and documentary footage gathered in the wake of Janet’s disappearance to chronicle the events leading up to Janet Taylor’s disappearance – and alleged abduction – while on a spring break road trip to Mexico with three friends.
The dramatic reenactment segments feature Cory Hart (TV’s Army Wives, Stop-Loss), Christian Gallegos (Afterschool Starz), Denise Williamson (TV’s Friday Night Lights) and Kari Gillespie (Be My Teacher) as Janet Taylor.
The film premiered on April 28, 2012 at the AMC 24 First Colony