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Indie Films November 4-10


ARMY OF ONE; MY DEAD BOYFRIEND; FELL, JUMPED OR PUSHED BEGIN EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENTS AT ARENA CINEMA HOLLYWOOD ON NOVEMBER 4\

            Army of One. Comedy. Directed by Larry Charles. Written by Rajiv Joseph and Scott Rothman. Produced by Emile Gladstone, Jeremy Steckler and James D. Stern. From Anchor Bay. (Color, 2016, USA, rated R). Starring Nicolas Cage, Wendi McLendon Covey, Russell Brand, Denis O'Hare, Rainn Wilson and Hilary Jardine. An American civilian sets out on his own to find Osama Bin Laden.

            My Dead Boyfriend. Comedy . Directed by Anthony Edwards. Written by Billy Morrissette. Based on the book by Arthur Nersesian. Produced by Jen Gatien. From Orion Pictures. (Color, 2016, USA, rated R) Starring Heather Graham, Rich Graff, Katherine Moennig, Gina Gershon, Angela Featherstone, John Corbett. A woman discovers who her couch potato boyfriend really was after she finds him dead at home.

             Fell, Jumped or Pushed. Comedy. Directed by Todd Peters. Written by Todd Peters and Jeremy Rabb. Additional material by Andre Belgrader, Mark Boyett, Anthony Cistaro, Caroline Hall and Blair Sams. Produced by Peters, Kenneth Hughes, Matthew M. Gossin and Scott Shelley. From Indie Rights. (Color, 2016, USA, 89 minutes, not rated). Starring Todd Peters, Caroline Hall, Blair Sams, Andre Belgrader, Anthony Cistaro, Jeremy Rabb, Mark Boyett. This quirky comedy sends up documentaries, mockumentaries and independent filmmaking in general. A documentary filmmaker of international repute, Ivan, is hired to follow around and film the process of a young filmmaker, Todd. Todd sets out to make a documentary about empowered women, which includes interviewing members of his own family. Todd deals with his own inner demons while coping with the neuroses of his cast and crew and all the usual problems of independent filmmaking (e.g., where's the money coming from?). Along the way, he is sidetracked into documenting the strange disappearance of his grandfather, a military man (that part is absolutely true).

            "What an independent film should be: original and smart. A very funny movie."---Jay Leno

            "Has the flavor of an early Woody Allen movie."---News-Tribune

            Winner- Accolade Film Awards; DIY Film Festival.

November 4- November 10, 2016. Admission: $13 each feature.. Contact venue for show times.

Information:  (323) 306-0676 . Online ticketing:  http://arenascreen.com

            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.




Posted By Phil Sokoloff on October 19, 2016 12:12 pm | Permalink