SUNDOWNERS is the third feature film from Pavan Moondi, who served as writer, director and editor.

The film stars stand-up comedian and Comedy Cellar regular Phil Hanley and musician Luke Lalonde (Born Ruffians) – both making their acting debuts – and incredibly influential comedian/actor, Tim Heidecker (TIM & ERIC, THE COMEDY).

SUNDOWNERS was filmed primarily in Santa Marta, Colombia and supported by Telefilm Canada. The film was released at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in August 2017 and in New York City in December 2017. It is now available on iTunes and other digital/on demand services in Canada, The United States and United Kingdom (the latter two via its US/UK distributor The Orchard).

A private screener link is available upon request.

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Diamond Tongues

Diamond Tongues is a feature film written by Pavan Moondi and directed by Pavan Moondi and Brian Robertson. Moondi also edited the film and served as a producer.

Diamond Tongues premiered at the 2015 Slamdance Film Festival to rave reviews and was subsequently distributed in the US by boutique indie distributor Factory 25 – who have previously released films by Joe Swanberg, Alex Ross Perry and Rick Alverson. The film was released theatrically in Winter 2016 in New York City, Chicago and San Francisco following an extremely successful theatrical release in Canada via Mongrel Media in August 2015 at the TIFF Bell Lightbox.

Diamond Tongues stars Leah Goldstein of the popular indie rock band July Talk. The first time actress was nominated for Best Actress at the 2016 Canadian Screen Awards for her performance.

The film is currently available on Netflix & iTunes in Canada and Fandor & Vimeo in the USA.

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Everyday Is Like Sunday

Everyday Is Like Sunday is a micro-budget feature film produced by Emmy and Canadian Screen Award winning production company, iThentic.

The film was directed by Pavan Moondi; written by Pavan Moondi and Michael Sloane; and produced by Brian Robertson and Pavan Moondi.

Everyday Is Like Sunday was released theatrically in Toronto on August 16th, 2013 to critical acclaim from major national news outlets including the National Post and Toronto Star. The film was subsequently acquired for Canadian distribution by Mongrel Media and is currently available on Netflix Canada.

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