The Premiere of “The Hyperglot with Cary Woodworth will be showing on Saturday April 6th as part of the Friar’s Club Film Festival. Directed by Michael Urie, “The Hyperglot” is written by and stars Michael Levi Harris along with Cary.
Winner Best Director Award; Chilling Visions Award at NBC Universal Short Cuts Film Festival
Winner Best Horror/Fantasy Film Award; Best Editing Award; Best Cinematography Award at Asians-On-Films Festival
Winner Best Cinematography Award at British Horror Film Festival (UK)
Winner ADC-Italiano Best Creative Idea Award; Best Cinematography Award at XX Capalbio Cinema Int’l Short Film Festival (Italy)
Winner Best Short Film Award at La Mano Horror and Fantasy Film Festival (Spain)
Selected for the Tribeca Film Festival!!!
Opening Night Film at Feratum Film Festival, Mexico!!!
Now Showing at the Edmonton Int’l Film Festival!!!
Future Premiere at Fantasporto 2014 in Portugal!!!
Recognized BOTH Nationally AND Worldwide!!!
Palm Springs International Short Fest (US)
San Diego Asian Film Festival (US)
Napa Valley Film Festival (US)
Ithaca International Fantastic Film Festival (US)
Miami International Short Film Festival (US)
HollyShorts Festival (US)
Mile High Horror Film Festival (US)
Cleveland Int’l Film Festival (US)
Twin Cities Film Festival (US)
Austin Film Festival (US)
Louisville International Film Festival (US)
Williamstown Film Festival (US)
Milwaukee Short Film Festival (US)
Petaluma Film Festival (US)
Tacoma Film Festival (US)
Montreal World Film Festival (Canada)
Whistler Film Festival (Canada)
Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival (Japan)
Leeds International Film Festival (UK)
Isle of Wight Film Festival (UK)
Imaginaria Film Festival (Italy)
FEST’Festival International Short Film Festival (France)
Film Festival Kitzbuhel (Austria)
Imagine Film Festival (Netherlands)
Cary has been cast in the feature film “Julia”, directed by Matthew A. Brown. In the film, the title character Julia (Ashley C. Williams) gets brutally raped by four medical students, including Scott, played by Cary. As a way to cope she falls under the alternative therapy of a doctor (Jack Noseworthy), which involves physically taking one’s power back from those who’ve stolen it.
The film shoots in New York by Icelandic Director of Photography Besti Björgúlfsson.
Jackie Chan’s new film “Chinese Zodiac” has been released all over ASIA and will hit US theaters in the summer of 2013!
The film, written, directed by and starring Chan, tells the story of a man searching for a series of mystical artifacts based on the Chinese zodiac.
In Chinese Zodiac Cary plays “Jonathan” part of an international group that protects treasures from all around the world and gets roughed up for it.
Director of distribution Ramy Choi told The Hollywood Reporter that the film will open on “a few hundred screens” in either the spring of summer of next year, and will be released simultaneously in Europe. Stay tuned and subscribe for the North America and European release dates!