IFP/PHX Cinema Lounge - July 2006

IFP/PHX will screen six Matter of Chance films at this months Cinema Lounge, Friday, July 14, 2006. Some of these films are finnal cuts of films from Screen Wars, and others have never been screened before. Hope to see you there!

June's Cinema Lounge was sold-out with standing room only! Haven't been yet? What are you waiting for?IFP/PHX's next Cinema Lounge is Friday, July 14. The evening starts at 7:30 pm with networking, an 7:45 pm screening of the short films, a Q&A with the filmmakers afterwards and more networking!

Films this month include:

• PORCELAIN directed by David Libertella (Arizona student short film winner 2006 PFF)

• Shorts from Matter of Chance Productions (Joshua J. Provost, Brock H. Brown, Gabriel Loyer) including LEONARDO, INTENSE MATH, APPLIED GENOMICS, THE GLOVE BOX, OUTSIDE IN and PANTOMIMING.

• DASHING DINER written by Nicole Natale (2004 Phoenix Film Festival)

Snacks and drinks will be available for purchase; beer and wine will be available with donation. Admission is $5. Seating is limited to 60 people. . Tickets can be purchased ahead of time online! http://pff-insider.c.topica.com/maaeYeXabrRtobp0RaUb/or by calling 602-955-6444North Valley Community Playhouse is located at 13043 N Cave Creek Road in Phoenix. It is North of Cactus Blvd and Sweetwater Blvd and South of Greenway. It is West of the 51 Highway and the theatre is in a mall on East
side of road.

1 comment:

Brock said...

Notes on the selections*:

Leonardo - a charming, on the job comedy, much in the vein of Office Space, or something with Kate Hudson.

Intense Math - a thrilling drama with a race against the clock premise.

AGTC - A whimsical coming of age story involving a wacky building and its occupants.

The Glove Box - a nice corporate video created to inform individuals about the dangers of their automobile.

Outside In - A heart-breaking romantic comedy.

Pantomiming - A superb, A-list spectacle revolving around a life threatening competition.

*Note: actual premises may not reflect subject matter of films.