Production begins on Anacapa Entertainment’s The Forlorn

Mumbai: Anacapa Entertainment’s upcoming period drama The Forlorn began production in Donner Pass, California, it was announced by Anacapa Entertainment head John E. Moore. The film stars Crispin Glover, and has been written and directed by TJ Martin.
The Forlorn is a feature film based on the real events of the 1846 Donner Party tragedy. The Donner Party was a group of California-bound American settlers caught up in the western expansion of the 1840s. After becoming snowbound in the Sierra Nevada during the winter of 1846-1847, a number of the trapped settlers joined together in a final effort to reach California and organize a rescue party.
"This historical incident is a fascinating portion of American history and rich material for an actor to sink one’s teeth into. The pun is intended," says Glover.
In addition to Glover, The Forlorn features Clayne Crawford, and a strong supporting cast that includes Mark Boone Junior, Jamie Allman, Catherine Black, and Christian Kane.
The Forlorn is being produced by John E. Moore through his Anacapa Entertainment production company and is also produced by Mark Costa of NHO Entertainment and Ted Meyer. It is based on a screenplay by writer/director TJ Martin.