‘Earlybird’: Good Deed Entertainment Acquires Worldwide Rights To Martin Kaszubowski’s Comedy Feature

EXCLUSIVE: Martin Kaszubowski’s feature film Earlybird has been acquired by Good Deed Entertainment for worldwide rights.

Shot in Milwaukee, the live theater-themed comedy stars Joshua Koopman (How to Rob, The Golden Scallop), Chloe Skoczen (2024 SXSW’s Things Will Be Different, Chicago Med), Mark Fearon (Chicago Fire), Meredith Johnston (Somebody, Somewhere) and a breakout performance from stage actor Julie Pope. The film played to sold-out audiences at both IFFBoston and the Milwaukee Film Festival.

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In Earlybird, a desperate artistic director aims to revive his struggling theater with off-the-wall stage productions, all the while losing sight of why he chose this life in the first place.

“We’re thrilled to include Earlybird as a part of Good Deed’s growing slate of worldwide releases,” said Erik Donley, EVP of Acquisitions and Distribution at GDE. “Director and writer Martin Kaszubowski did a fantastic job executing this film and we cannot wait to release it here in North America and into the worldwide market.”

Martin Kaszubowski is a screenwriter, director and editor from Milwaukee, WI. He is the creator of several short films, music videos, and stick figure drawings. Christopher Darling —his feature film directorial debut— is a dark comedy rock film that debuted in 2016.

Produced by Kaszubowski, Joshua Koopman, Kristin Peterson Kaszubowski and Susan F. Mikulay. the film is currently amid a limited theatrical run in the US and launched digitally on March 26th.

Upcoming screenings are taking place in April in Cape Cod theaters and as a part of the Beloit International Film Festival in Wisconsin.

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