FILM THREAT SCREENING SERIES INVADES CINESPACE

How do you like to spend your Tuesdays?

Watching network TV? Getting drunk alone and then crying yourself to sleep?

It’s time for a change! Let Film Threat jam a hot rod of independent film up your Tuesday night with the Film Threat Screening Series!

Launching in style, the Film Threat Screening Series will debut at Hollywood’s own CineSpace on March 29th, 2005 for a debauched evening of indie film fun. Filmmakers, get a Film Threat critic drunk and find out what they really thought of your film. Film fans, enjoy an evening of quality drink and indie film. The series kicks off with a screening of Glenn Rockowitz’s “based-on-a-true-story” mockumentary, “Hacks.” The perfect counterpoint to most films about stand-up comedy, “Hacks” exposes what the industry is like for those comedians that are less than talented. We could say more, but we’ll let comedian Jackie Martling sum up the film in two words: “FUCKING BRILLIANT!”

After the screening, mingle with Film Threat founder Chris Gore and a few other Film Threat staffers (including Film Threat DVD’s Mark Bell… if you’ve got a film you want distributed, talk to him). Buy them drinks, and they just might love you… or at least pass out in your arms. Then, if you are so inclined, stick around for CineSpace’s Indie Film Tuesdays celebration with live bands and DJs playing and spinning until the early morning.

Doors open at 7pm and the film (and a few other surprises) will get underway shortly thereafter. Seating is limited, so get there early to claim your spot.

To recap:

Film Threat Screening Series presents “Hacks” at CineSpace

Tuesday, March 29th, 2005

Doors open 7pm, Event until 10pm

Indie Film Tuesdays with live bands and DJs 10pm-2am

Get out of your house and hang with Film Threat! We love you too much to let you stay at home!

Venue details:

CineSpace

6356 Hollywood Blvd

Second Level

Hollywood, CA 90028

323.817.FILM

Cinespace is located on the southwest corner of Hollywood and Ivar, one block west of the Pantages Theater. Valet parking ($8) is available on Cosmo St. (Between Cahuenga & Ivar street). Self parking lots and street parking are available on Cahuenga, Ivar and Vine Street

For more info, visit the Cinespace website.




Posted on March 28, 2005 in News by
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