AUSTRALIA'S LOST GOLD AND
STRESSED TO KILL START EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS ON MAY 27 AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD
Australia's Lost Gold. Written, directed and produced by Luke Walker. From Level 33 Entertainment. Color, 2016, Australia, 101 minutes, not rated/ Documentary. In 1931 Harold Lasseter's body was found in Central Australia's deserts. His diary revealed that he'd found gold, worth millions...but that he'd give it all for a loaf of bread... The gold is still yet to be found. Filmmaker Luke Walker finds Lasseter's 85 year-old son, still searching the desert, not only for gold, but something far more precious. Now, 80 years since Lasseter set off from Alice Springs to meet his fate, is it possible to piece together the fragments of history he left behind? Armed with a camera and the unshakable belief that he will find gold in Lasseter's story, Walker sets out to unravel the tangle of myths, lies and legend that lie buried with Lasseter's bones in the heart of Australia.
"Amazing and amusing, surprising and revealing."---Urban Cinefile
Stressed to Kill. Directed by Mark Savage. Written by Savage and Tom Parnell. Produced by Savage, Scott Pearlman and Chris Smernes. From Indie Rights. Color, 2016, USA, 111 minutes, not rated. Comedy/ Crime. Starring Bill Oberst Jr., Armand Assante, Lance Talefski, Tamara Austin, Marshal Hilton and Sonia Curtis. After suffering a heart attack, Bill takes his doctor's advice literally to eliminate the stresses from his life. The plan is working until his killings attract the attention of a psychotic cop who isn't sure whether he wants to arrest or join him. Complications deepen when it becomes apparent to Bill that the biggest cause of stress in his life might be his wife.
May 27- June 2, 2016. Contact venue for show times. Admission: $12 each feature.. Information:
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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.