EMBREM ENTERTAINMENT, LLC is an independent film company dedicated to producing and distributing quality motion pictures that will entertain, enrich and inspire. The company was founded in 2004 by producer/writer/director Casper Andreas.
EMBREM's first feature, the multi award-winning romantic comedy "Slutty Summer" had a limited theatrical release followed by a DVD release in 2005. Also in 2005 EMBREM premiered the short film "Mormor’s Visit" that went on to win several Best Short Film awards while playing 50+ festivals around the world.
In 2007, EMBREM's second feature, the gay romantic comedy "A Four Letter Word", went on to play over 60 festivals, where it picked up several Best Film Awards, as well as awards for script and acting. In 2008 it was released in theaters in 15+ markets followed by a DVD release.
EMBREM's third feature film, the drama "Between Love & Goodbye," shot in September of 2007, had its festival premiered in May of 2008. It was released in theaters early 2009 and on DVD in May of 2009.
"The Big Gay Musical" premiered at festivals in 2009 for a great run. It also had a limited theatrical release before becoming a bestseller on DVD and VOD.
In 2010, Embrem released the comedy "Violet Tendencies" starring Mindy Cohn. A very successful fesitval run, and limited theaterical release, was followed by the DVD and VOD release in May of 2011.
EMBREM's sixth feature, the dramedy "Going Down in LA-LA Land", is currently enjoying a great festival run. It has picked up best film awards as well as an award for Best Director and best Actress. The film is set to open in theaters in April of 2012.