20 Moves is the untold story of how the world's best selling puzzle toy "The Rubik's Cube" came to market and the impact it had on the world around it.

Our story focuses on Tom Kremer a holocaust survivor and eternal forward thinker who stumbled upon an unwanted, unpatented puzzle game at the Nuremberg toy fair in 1979. If not for a casual glance out of the corner of his eye from thirty yards, the world would have never experienced this magical cube. The puzzle was invented in Hungary by professor Erno Rubik in 1974 and started out as a pedagogical aid for his small group of architecture students, it would go on to be played with by 1/5th of the world's population.

20 Moves explores the world of the cube from its creation behind the iron curtain to the effects it had on the fall of communism and the creation of free market trading in those former communist nations. There are many adopted uses of the cube, everything from teaching high level group theory mathematics to large scale mosaic artworks and of course the phenomenon of speed cubing. The cube has truly brought people together from all different countries, age groups and walks of life.

We follow the amazing story of bringing the cube to the west, how it was introduced and marketed and what caused it to be the biggest fad of the 1980's. The image of the cube would go on to symbolize an entire generation like nothing before it ever could. We learn why the cube died in the 80's and how it ended up back in Tom Kremer's hands, he then made it his life goal to bring it back from extinction.

The many faces, layers, and sides of 20 Moves is exactly like the cube. With each act our audience discovers another twist, another turn, another solve in the vivid history of the Rubik's Cube.

The little cube that could has gone on to inspire, entertain and in fact change the world for the better. At forty years old the cube is really just getting started, it has a long life ahead of it.

I Declare War to screen at Newport Beach Film Festival


Toronto, August 8, 2012 - Samaritan Entertainment is proud to announce that I DECLARE WAR has been selected to have its World Premiere at TIFF this coming September. Officially announced today at the TIFF Canadian Film Press Conference, the film is co-directed by Jason Lapeyre and Rob Wilson and boasts a talented cast of up-and-coming Canadian actors including Gage Munroe (IMMORTALS, ONE WEEK), Mackenzie Munro (THE STORY OF LUKE, STONE ANGEL), Siam Yu (A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO ENDINGS), Michael Friend (THE DOGFATHER) and newcomer Kolton Stewart. I DECLARE WAR is produced by Patrick Cameron, Rob Wilson and Lewin Webb.

"On behalf of the Samaritan Entertainment team, we are honoured to have I Declare War premiere in our home town and at one of the world's most prestigious festivals," said Rob Wilson. "This film is one we are all deeply passionate about and look forward to showing it to the movie lovers of Toronto."

I DECLARE WAR follows a group of friends who play an innocent game of Capture the Flag in the neighbourhood woods, arming themselves with nothing more than sticks, their imagination and a simple set of rules. One afternoon the game takes on a more serious tone and the quest for victory pushes the boundaries of friendship, giving the would-be warriors a glimpse of the darker side of human nature.

With overtones of "Lord of the Flies", I DECLARE WAR is a parable reflecting not only events broadcast nightly on newscasts throughout the world, but a chilling depiction of the capacity for youth - man - to take charge and to win at all costs. I DECLARE WAR is a kids adventure film, starring real kids behaving and sounding like real kids.

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