Wednesday, April 22, 2009

"The Narrows" at Charleston Int'l Film Festival


The Charleston Int'l Film Festival, Charleston, SC will screen "The Narrows" on Sunday, 26th at 3:15pm.


3 comments:

val said...

If this one and Staten Island don't make it to cinemas in the UK, I am going to be very disappointed. At the very least.

Dena said...

I live in Charleston so thanks for the heads up. I just purchased tickets. Will post my thoughts afterwards.

Dena said...

Saw The Narrows last night. Excellent film, well-written, exceptionally well acted and just a great 2 hours. Screenwriter was there and discussed how she came to option and write screenplay and how she changed it for filming. She mentioned that they were lucky in gettng VDO for role as he was the one they wanted and he said yes. Having grown up in the area of filming (along with several other cast members, she said he was able to help them "keep it real.") Just as we were leaving someone asked her if VDO was difficult to work with (as they had heard he was)..she said "he couldn't have been nicer." She did mention that on June 19 it will open in only about 15 theaters (and then go wider -- but again only to theatres that can handle digital) but these 15 have to be able to show digital films. She said that -- following the showing on 6/19, the entire cast -- broadcasting from one location -- would appear on the movie screen live. At that time anyone sitting in any of the audiences can text a question and questions will run along bottom of screen. Cast members will then answer those questions. Sounds great. Charleston probably won't be one of those theatres so it would be great to see a post from someone who gets to see it and participate with panel on June 19th.

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