Indie Films Jan 29- Feb 4


            Portrait of a Serial Monogamist. Directed and written by Christina Zeidler and John Mitchell. Produced by Christina Zeidler and Mehernaz Lentin. From Wolfe Releasing. Color, 2016, Canada, 84 minutes, not rated. Romance/ Comedy. Starring Diane Flacks, Carolyn Taylor, Robin Duke, Masa Lizdek, Raoul Bhaneja and Grace Lynn Kung. A forty-something lesbian, and accomplished breakup artist, leaves her long-standing girlfriend to pursue a younger woman, only to be haunted by memories of the past, and the growing realization that she may have broken up with the love of her life.

            "Something fresh and universal."---The Roaming Life

                        Rabid Dogs. Directed by Eric Hannezo. Written by Hannezo and Yannick Dahan and Benjamin Ratuad. Adapted from a story by Michael J. Carroll. Executive producer: Marc Vadé. From IFC Midnight. Color, 2016, France/Canada, 100 minutes, not rated. Action. Starring Lambert Wilson, Virginie Ledoyen, Guillaume Gouix, Franck Gastambide, Francois Arnaud and Laurent Lucas. After a bank job goes badly wrong, three desperate criminals take a young woman and a father and child hostage - it's the beginning of a frantic and violent road trip that not all of them will survive.

                        "Ultimately stylish, beautifully constructed and with an extremely satisfying conclusion."---Popcorn and Glitter.

                        Mountain Men. Written and directed by Cameron Labine, Produced by Jason James. From Level 33 Entertainment. Color, 2016, Canada, 85 minutes, not rated. Comedy/Family. Starrring Tyler Labine, Chace Crawford, Britt Irvin, Ben Cotton, Christine Willes and Jill Maria Robinson. Two estranged brothers, Toph and Cooper,  journey to a remote family cabin in the mountains to evict a squatter. Buried resentment and bruised egos soon derail the plan and when the smoke clears they've destroyed their car and burned down the cabin, leaving them stranded in the cold Rocky Mountain winter. With their very survival at stake, they must learn to work together as brothers to get back to civilization.

                        "Brings laughs to survival drama with great effect."---Quiet Earth

            January 29- February 4, 2016. Contact venue for show times. Admission: $12 each feature. Information: (323) 306-0676. Online ticketing:

            At Arena Cinema Hollywood, 1625 N. Las Palmas Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028. Discounted parking is available with validation at lots adjacent to the venue and across the street. Arena Cinema is Hollywood's new home for independent films, powered by Voltaire Media.  Ranked among Top 5 Indie Movie Theatres in Los Angeles by CBS2.

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