Mukesh Modi’s ‘The Elevator’ gets 3 nominations at Standalone Film Festival

New York: ‘The Elevator’- a film based on true events and produced by Indian American Mukesh Modi has received three nominations at the Standalone Film Festival. The movie will be screened at the fest on August 8th at 11 am at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, CA. 

‘The Elevator’ is being honored with the following film nominations: Best Film, Best Actor and Best Director.  

The story is also by the producer of the movie, Mukesh Modi. He also donned the role of director along with Jack Cook.  

Based on true events, ‘The Elevator’ hits close home with every family’s biggest fear – disappearance of a family member. The story is about one family’s search for answers when their beloved husband/father doesn’t return from work on his daughter’s birthday. The dramatic twist of events captivates audiences in a nail-biting mystery that unfolds in the race to uncover the truth. 

The Elevator Film Premiere and Red Carpet will be held on August 7th at the TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood, CA. 

The star cast includes Eric Roberts (Runaway Train, The Dark Night, The Expendables), Eugenia Kuzmina (Bad Moms, The Gentleman, Spy City), Matt Rife (Wild ‘N Out, Gamer’s Guide, The Private Eye), Avery Ilardi (A Wilderness of Error, The Kindergarten Teacher, Perspective) and Avery Morris (The Haven Project). 

Modi’s passion is to give back, globally, through films and service. Prior to ‘The Elevator’ he also directed and wrote a documentary called “The Vision” to inspire a sense of community. “Even if you can help just one person, and the person who gets help will help others, this will create a chain of help and the whole world will become helpful to each other,”  says Modi. 

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