Friday, November 30, 2018

DriverX the Movie Starring Patrick Fabian, Tanya Clarke with Desmin Borges, Melissa Fumero, Oscar Nunez Opens with Special Screening in NYC: Photos and Video

Desmin Borges, Tanya Clarke and Patrick Fabian of DriverX Movie
By Suzanne Ordas Curry

DriverX the Movie  had a special Sneak Peak Screening at the IFC Center in New York City the Tuesday before it's national release opening, November 30th.

DriverX is the story of  a middle-aged man coming of age as he embarks on a new career as a rideshare driver (called DriverX in the movie. Patrick Fabian plays the husband, father and former breadwinner of the housefhold whose former job was owning, ironically, a record store called The Last Record Store.

The story was written and directed by Henry Barrial, who losely based the story on his experiences as a rideshare driver. It is Mark Stolaroff Production. Tanya Clarke (ATWT, Marvel's Inhumans, Banshee) plays his adoring yet frustrated wife. Also in the cast are: Desmin Borges, Oscar Nunez, Travis Schuldt, Melissa Fumero, Max Gail and an assortment of personalities as passengers.

Desmin Borges talks about a little bit of improv in his role as Passenger Tommy Boy

Writer/Director Henry Barrial talks during the Q $ A with the cast. Eric Bogasian was the moderator.

In the movie we get to meet all of the riders the character Leonard Moore has to deal with, who hail from all different backgrounds and ages. But, the one common characteristic of all of them is that they are most of the time under the influence of some kind of substance, which leads to some very interesting conversations and occurrences. Evey passenger leaves a mark on his psyche (and perhaps also a mark on his Prius), helping him to understand where he is in his life and what lies ahead for his future.

Tanya Clarke, Kristina Jimenz, Patrick Fabian of DriverX                                 Photos Suzanne Ordas Curry

Patrick Fabian and Fan Joanne Ehlermann

Tanya Clarke talks about her role in DriverX

Producer Mark Stolaroff

The movie is clever and insightful and may even leave you wanting to meet even more of the his back seat passengers.
The movie can be seen in selected theaters across the country beginning November 30th. It is also available on most streaming platforms that same day. For specifics please visit:


Interview with Patrick Fabian:

Interview with Tanya Clarke:

Interview with Desmin Borges:

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