Last WMM Monthly Screening Series of 2014 is Sunday December 7th
Join the We Make Movies team as we pair screening some of our favorite films (features & shorts) with some awesome music from local artists at our favorite bar. The Three Clubs is hosting a monthly shindig where you can see indie films, hear great music & network with working industry people from within & outside our own community.
Mark your calendars for the second WMM Screening Series!
WHEN: Sunday, December 7th at 7:30pm
WHERE: The Three Clubs (1123 Vine St, Hollywood, CA 90038)
COST: $5 Suggested Donation! (Cash bar additional--and yes, you can bring your drinks in with you!) Credit Cards accepted only via this page prior to 12/7, otherwise, bring cash!
Tuesday Morning (2014) / Directed by Chad Kukahiko / Written By Darrow Carson / 14 minutes
Rick and Jewels are colleagues and professionals who are deeply in love with one another, though married to others. During a morning tryst extraordinary events occur which provide an opportunity that’s hard to pass up even though its completely wrong.
This Last Lonely Place (2013) / Directed by Steve Anderson / 85 minutes
After the screening (yes, we'll be showing the whole feature film!) Director Steve Anderson will do a Q&A on the making of the film. He will also be giving out discount codes of the film to all that attend. Click here to check out the website.
This Last Lonely Place, is a twisted, noir-drenched drive through the dark streets and back alleys of Los Angeles. Iraq war vet Sam Taylor is a cab driver. Late one night in Beverly Hills, he picks up the wealthy Frank Devore, a shady investment banker who is on the run. A horrible crime has been committed, and when they pick up Frank’s mistress Faye Gardner at the famed Chateau Marmont, things go from bad to worse, and quickly. As this long and bloody evening progresses, dark layers ouf deceit come to light. Lust, greed, murder: some things never change. “This Last Lonely Place” represents the best of the old world combined with the best of the new world. It is the future of filmmaking and film distribution. Some say “they don’t make movies like they used to.” Well, the filmmakers of “This Last Lonely Place” just did. Check out the trailer here:
Featuring a performance by Aura Bakker! https://www.facebook.com/AuraBakkerSings