SCREENING TIME & DATE: Wednesday, September 11th @ 8:00 PM
SYNOPSIS: In the hazy mountains of eastern Kentucky, a young woman searches for the missing pieces of a mysterious event that killed her family. When the truth is revealed, she must choose between the love of a man or avenging her blood.
AWARDS NOMINATIONS (9): Best Director, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress, Best Ensemble Cast, Best Cinematography, Best Editing, The Minerva Award
DIRECTOR: Bethany Brooke Anderson
CAST: John Pyper Ferguson, Emilie Dhir, Charlie Bewley, Andy Umberger, Augie Duke, Nathan Sutton, Nick McCallum
RATINGS GUIDE: Violence, Nudity, Adult Content
USA / 2019 / 1 hour, 37 minutes
DIRECTOR’S / FILMMAKER’S BIO: Bethany Brooke Anderson is an writer, director and producer raised in Lexington, Kentucky and now residing in Los Angeles. Her productions incorporate philanthropy efforts. She believes in grassroots filmmaking and enriching the lives and communities she works with. Her debut feature film Burning Kentucky Won Best Picture at it’s first three festival premieres.
SCREENS WITH THE SHORT FILM:
SYNOPSIS: Blogger Henry Mathis interviews Jodi Brooks about her transcendental experiences involving her husband, his dreams, and their deceased daughter.
DIRECTOR: Josh Carley
RATINGS GUIDE: Violence, Language
AWARDS NOMINATIONS (1): Best VFX – Short
DIRECTOR’S / FILMMAKER’S BIO: Josh Carley is a Los Angeles-based, Louisiana-born-and-bred filmmaker. He currently works in post-production where he specializes in editorial. Josh is the writer and director of Samantha, a cosmic horror short inspired by the weird fiction he loves and the southern Louisiana region he grew up in.
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