NEW YORK — The mainstream thriller "Crumble," produced by adult performer Brittany Andrews, has been chosen to screen at the Manhattan Film Festival on Saturday.
The film, to be screened at the at the Peter Norton Symphony Space, has been well-received by critics, garnering five major awards at the recent New York International Independent Film Festival for Best Directorial Debut, Audience Award, Best Actor and Actress, and Best Music Composer.
"Crumble" is described as "one woman’s journey through self-discovery" in underworld New York.
Andrews mainstream production company, Discipline FilmWorks, is the production entity behind the film.
"I’m extremely proud of all the success and attention Crumble has been getting!” Andrews said. “It’s a twisted, sexy little film and audiences love it!
Information about the festival can be viewed here.