Richard Dreyfuss joins Richard Gray Western-Thriller

Production has wrapped in Montana on the film, which stars Gabriel Byrne

Australian filmmaker Richard Gray (“The Lookalike”, “Robert the Bruce”) has wrapped lensing his latest flick, western-thriller “Murder at Emigrant Gulch”.

In addition to previously-announced cast members Gabriel Byrne, Thomas Jane and Isaiah Mustafa, Deadline reports that Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss, Nat Wolff, Anna Camp, Aimee Garcia  and Zach McGowan are also among names on the credit block.

Set in 1882, the film follows a former slave (Mustafa) who arrives in Emigrant Gulch, Montana, a desolate former boomtown now on the decline, looking for a place to call home. On that same day, a local prospector discovers gold – and is murdered. The sheriff (Byrne) arrests the town newcomer. But as the mystery of the prospector’s murder deepens, and the town’s earnest preacher (Jane) questions the accused man’s guilt, a clash between faith and the law threatens to tear the town apart.

Director-producer Gray commented: “Filming this ground-breaking story in Montana, with such a strong and diverse cast was a brilliant experience. It’s a unique and modern themed tale, set in a classic, action filled western — we had a blast!”

Scottie Thompson, Emma Kenney, Tanaya Beatty, John Ales and singer/youtube star Lia Marie Johnson will also appear in the film, which was shot in Montana.

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