"The Little Tin Man," About a Little Guy With Big Dreams, Features Jeff Hiller, Greg Hildreth and Chris Henry Coffey

News   "The Little Tin Man," About a Little Guy With Big Dreams, Features Jeff Hiller, Greg Hildreth and Chris Henry Coffey The indie film "The Little Tin Man," featuring performances from Broadway actors Jeff Hiller, Greg Hildreth and Chris Henry Coffey, premieres exclusively on Vutopia for the month of September in partnership with Gravitas Ventures.

The film plays on the Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks' movie subscription service, Vutopia, for a 30-day run alongside an exclusive interview with filmmaker Matthew Perkins. A limited theatrical release is planned. Written and produced by Perkins and Dugan Bridges, the film marks Perkins' directorial debut and features Aaron Beelner, Kay Cannon (writer of "Pitch Perfect," "Pitch Perfect 2," "New Girl," "30 Rock"), Hiller (Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Love's Labour's Lost), Hildreth (Cinderella, Peter and the Starcatcher, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson), Coffey (Bronx Bombers), Michael McGlone ("Person of Interest") and members from the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre.

The film, according to press notes, "follows the plight of Herman, a struggling dwarf actor (newcomer Aaron Beelner) who is tired of being typecast and overlooked for bigger roles. He sets out to be cast as the Tin Man in Martin Scorsese's remake of 'The Wizard of Oz.'"

For more information, visit TheLittleTinMan.com

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