For the Love of Money 439


The Ellie Kanner Zuckerman (“Crazy Love”) directed and Jenna Mattison (“Fish Without a Bicycle”) penned powerful drama “For The Love Of Money,” boasts an all star cast, led by Israeli box office star Yehuda Levi (“Munich”), and includes: James Caan (“The Godfather”), Jonathan Lipnicki (“Jerry Maguire”), Edward Furlong (“Terminator II: Judgement Day”), Oded Fehr (“The Mummy”), Jeffrey Tambor (“The Hangover”), Paul Sorvino (“Goodfellas”), Steven Bauer (“Scarface”), and Richard Gunn (“Dark Angel”), among others. Archstone Distribution will distribute “For The Love Of Money” this June beginning in Los Angeles and New York after premiering internationally in Israel. Grindstone Entertainment Group acquired North American home entertainment rights and will release the film on DVD & VOD through Lionsgate Home Entertainment. Archstone will handle the release in all foreign markets.

Spanning over two decades, “For The Love Of Money” follows the true account of a Jewish immigrant who searches for his piece of the American dream.

Kanner Zuckerman, critically acclaimed for films such as “Crazy Love” and “Wake” directs “For The Love Of Money,” a story of love, loss, crime and the temptations of easy money. Executive produced by Izek Shomof and Ken Topolsky (“Party of Five”), written and produced by celebrated screenwriter Jenna Mattison (“The Third Wish” and “Fish Without a Bicycle”), and shot by award winning cinematographer, Andrzej Sekula (“Pulp Fiction”), “For The Love Of Money” promises to thrill and entertain, providing thought-provoking action.

Bobby and Larry Meyer of Meyers Group Media Negotiated the deal with Stan Wertlieb of Grindstone Entertainment Group. For more information about events scheduled around the film please visit


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