Green Apple Entertainment Brings The Juicy “Algorithm: Bliss” To VOD/Digital Global Audiences 

“Algorithm: Bliss” Is A Wickedly Good Blend of Sci Fi, Thrillers and Classic Horror with A Spectacular Genre Savvy Cast

(Los Angeles—April 22nd, 2020) A Rumpus Room Productions “Algorithm: Bliss,” directed by Dena Hysell-Cornejo (“Ascent to Hell”) & Isak Borg (“The Sinister Surrogate”) will be released by Green Apple Entertainment. This illuminating independent gem tackles scientific advancement wrapped in madness will make its global rollout release on VOD/Digital & Home Video platforms on June 2nd, 2020.

Starring Sean Faris (“Never Back Down”), Sarah Roemer (“Disturbia”), Frank Deal (“The Bourne Legacy”), James Saito (“Life Of Pi”), Frank Deal (“The Outsider”), and Kimberley Locke (“American Idol”), with a cameo appearance from American Chopper’s Paul Teutul Sr., “Algorithm: Bliss,” is directed by Dena Hysell-Cornejo & Isak Borg, developed from a script by Borg  & Golan Ramraz (“Iron Man”), cinematography by Will Turner (“Any Bullet Will Do”), music by composer MJ Mynarski (“American Psycho”) and produced by Rumpus Room Productions, with thrilling special effects by genre master Brian Spears (“The Ranger”).

“Algorithm: Bliss,” gives audiences fascinating utopic scientific advancement intertwined with a brilliant mind’s decent into madness. It’s Edgar Allen Poe’s “The Tell-Tale Heart” for a digital age.

“One of the fascinating pieces of how humanity and technology intersect is examining the unintended consequences of applications and innovations that come out of good intentions. We were interested in exploring where and how lines of morality get blurry once people are dealing with the reality of the noble aspirations for a product versus the potentially dangerous reality of implementation” said co-director Dena Hysell-Cornejo.

  The “Algorithm: Bliss” script was inspired by the massive use of new technologies which intersect with psychopharmacology for therapeutic purposes.

  “We are thrilled to partner with such a talented team at Rumpus Room Productions to bring Algorithm: Bliss to the global marketplace. This is a film that in light of the current widespread coronavirus people can gravitate to, as many may be experiencing feelings as never before during this time of self-quarantining. What a timely release to provide such a concept for viewers to fantasize about, that if it were true, there was a way to bring positive feelings on demand. With a strong cast and crew, it is our pleasure to make Sean Faris and Sarah Roemer’s latest sci-fi feature film available across various platforms for audiences around the world to enjoy.” – Joshua K. Carpenter, Head of Global Acquisition & Sales, Green Apple Entertainment.

  Vic Beckett (Faris) is a brilliant researcher, creates the ultimate App that taps into the pleasure center of the brain and transmits a feeling of nirvana to the user. Instant celebrity and unlimited commercial applications corrupt his altruistic intention and when problems arise
with his creation, he justifies doing whatever is necessary to keep the app online.

  To follow the film and its journey:



Instagram: @algorithm_bliss


  About Rumpus Room Productions

Founded in 2012, Rumpus Room Productions is a boutique production company specializing in quality independent films and television. Since their inception they have produced a number of captivating genre crossing projects, including the recent feature films “The Tribe”
starring Anne Winters, Jessica Rothe and Michael Nardelli, “Ascent to Hell” starring Azura Skye, Bill Sage, and John Hennigan, and “Eat Me” starring Jacqueline Wright and Brad Carter.

About Green Apple Entertainment

Green Apple Entertainment is a 15-year global provider of independent film and television content. Based in Boca Raton, Florida, USA, the company was founded in 2005 by 35+ year industry veteran Tim Warren, a former executive of Lyrick Studios, MGM Studios, and Lionsgate.

  Managing a diverse portfolio of 300+ titles, the company licenses domestic and international rights for select films ranging from low indie budgets up to $20M star-powered motion pictures for limited theatrical, television, PPV, cable/satellite/telco VOD, TVOD/EST, SVOD, AVOD, ancillary, educational, public performance, and home video release.

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