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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

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Alone With You

Alone With You

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West Coast Premiere
Showtime: 
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 - 5:00pm
Run Time: 
83 min
Country: 
USA
Synopsis: 
Charlie (Emily Bennett) is setting the atmosphere in her sleek, two-story apartment in Brooklyn for a romantic homecoming for her distant girlfriend Simone (Emma Myles) who’s been away for work. There are past glimpses of visual tension between the two, so we’re led to feel that this meticulous setting of mood may be a peacemaking gesture. Enamored beyond all good sense, Charlie begins to experience a myriad of unsettling incidents, and the horrors of what has transpired are slowly revealed in the shards of Charlie’s resistant memory.
Directed by: 
Emily Bennett & Justin Brooks
Produced by: 
Andrew D. Corkin & Theo James
Written by: 
Emily Bennett & Justin Brooks
Main Cast: 
Emily Bennett, Emma Myles (ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK), Dora Madison (BLISS, VFX), and Barbara Crampton (RE-ANIMATOR, YOU'RE NEXT)
10/20/2021 - 5:00pm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
What Josiah Saw

What Josiah Saw

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Los Angeles Premiere
Showtime: 
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 - 7:00pm
Run Time: 
2 hours
Country: 
USA
Synopsis: 
Everyone in town knows about the haunted Graham Farm on Willow Road. You'll hear there's a bad history to it. Josiah and his youngest son, Thomas, are all that remain of this estranged family. But after experiencing terrifying visions from beyond, Josiah decides they must change their ways to right a great wrong. After being away for over two decades, Eli and Mary, Josiah's eldest children, are enticed to sell the property and reunite at the old farmhouse in hopes of closing this haunting chapter of their lives for good. Sins of the past will be paid in full.
Directed by: 
Vincent Grashaw
Produced by: 
Ran Namerode, Vincent Grashaw, Bernie Stern, Angelia Adzic
Executive Producer(s): 
Cole Payne, Scott Haze
Written by: 
Robert Alan Dilts
Main Cast: 
Robert Patrick, Nick Stahl, Scott Haze, Kelli Garner, Tony Hale, Jake Weber
Vincent Grashaw
About the Director(s): 

Born and Raised in the San Fernando Valley in Southern California, Vincent first broke onto the scene as producer of the independent feature film BELLFLOWER, which was one of the most buzzed about films to premiere at Sundance Film Festival 2011. The film went on to play SXSW and garnered several awards, including Film Independent Spirit Award nominations for Best Cinematography and a nomination for Grashaw for the John Cassavetes Award. The film was distributed by Oscilloscope Laboratories....read more

10/20/2021 - 7:00pm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The Changed

The Changed

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North American Premiere
Showtime: 
Wednesday, October 20, 2021 - 9:00pm
Run Time: 
77 min.
Country: 
USA
Synopsis: 
Something has taken possession of the hearts and minds of the populace. Kim (Clare Foley), Mac (Jason Alan Smith), and Jane (Carlee Avers) try to convince themselves it's paranoia, but before long the city is besieged by the changed. By the time they realize an alien intelligence has merged with their neighbor, Bill (Tony Todd), a horde of changed is amassing outside their suburban home.
Directed by: 
Michael Mongillo
Produced by: 
Taylor Warren and Eloise Asmuth
Written by: 
Michael Mongillo
Main Cast: 
Clare Foley, Jason Alan Smith, Carlee Avers, Doug Tompos, introducing Olivia Freer, with Kathy Searle, and Tony Todd
Writer/Director of "The Changed," Michael Mongillo
About the Director(s): 

Michael Mongillo's most recent feature film, the sci-fi chiller "The Changed" (2021), is the latest in a string of acclaimed work spanning two decades. "The Wind" (2001), a dreamy morality tale about misconceptions and murder, won Shriekfest's inaugural Best Picture award and earned the praise of maverick director Ralph Bakshi. His follow-up feature, the sci-fi dramedy "Welcome to Earth" (2005), was selected for NewFilmmakers NY and was the Closing Night Feature at the New England Film Festiv...read more

10/20/2021 - 9:00pm