Gold Star is co-producing “When Time Got Louder”

We finally can announce the awesome feature Jason Bourque's Gold Star Productions is shooting alongside with writer/director/producer Connie Cocchia (Cocchia Productions) and old pal Ken Frith. 


‘Lost’ Alum Elizabeth Mitchell, ‘Hunger Games’ Actress Willow Shields star in ‘When Time Got Louder’.



Piper Curda (American Pie Presents Girls Rule, Wretched), Ava Capri (Blast Beat) and newcomer Jonathan Michael Simao also co-star in the film which was written by Cocchia.


It follows Abbie (Shields) as she departs for college, leaving her parents Mark (Munro) and Tish (Mitchell), and her brother Kayden (Simao) who has autism and is non-verbal. As she explores her newfound independence with her roommate Jen (Curda) and falls in love with a girl named Karly (Capri), Abbie is torn between her new life and the guilt of leaving her brother as her family struggles to care for him in her absence.


Cocchia, who has a brother impacted by autism, was passionate about casting the role of Kayden authentically with an actor on the autism spectrum and discovered Simao, who will make his feature film debut. She is producing the project through her production company, Cocchia Productions, alongside Ken Frith and Jason Bourque of Gold Star Productions. (Deadline)

Gold Star Productions is a boutique production company co-owned with producer Ken Frith. Projects include award-winning features, documentaries, commercials, PSAs, music videos and TV pilots.


Client list Jason Bourque includes: Sonar Entertainment, Muse Entertainment, Marvista Entertainment, Cinetel Films, Reel One Entertainment, Front Street Pictures, Branded Entertainment, RHI Entertainment, Clique Pictures, Purpose Films, Active Entertainment, Crystal Sky Pictures, Freeform Productions, Ferns Productions, Nasser Entertainment, Sepia Films, Escape Factory, Life Boat Productions, Tim Johnson Productions, 2 For The Money Productions, 34 Degrees Films, Park Entertainment, Anagram Pictures, Lighthouse Pictures, UFO Productions, GRB Productions, Hallmark, Lifetime and Netflix. 

Director Jason Bourque is also prepping the movie “Match of the Penguins”.