MIDNIGHT RETURN subject Billy Hayes and director-producer Sally Sussman will participate in Q&As following the 7:10 PM screenings at the Music Hall on Friday and Saturday, July 21st and 22nd.
NOWHERE TO HIDE Q&A schedule: Friday, June 30th – 7:30 p.m. : Director Zaradasht Ahmed in conversation with Documentary Editor/Filmmaker Doug Blush; Saturday July 1st – 7:30 p.m. : Q and A with Director Zaradasht Ahmed; Sunday, July 2nd – 7:30 p.m. : Director Zaradasht Ahmed in conversation with Film Critic Dan Schindel (Film School Rejects, Paste Magazine).
The following FROM HOLLYWOOD TO ROSE 5 PM screenings will feature Q&A’s: Friday with star Eve Annenberg and writer/co-director Matt Jacobs; Sunday with writer/co-director Matt Jacobs and co-director Liz Graham; Sunday with writer/co-director Matt Jacobs.
NOWHERE TO HIDE director Zaradasht Ahmed will participate in Q&A’s at the Music Hall opening weekend June 30-July 2nd following the 7:30 PM shows. A different special guest will join him for each screening:
Friday, June 30th: Academy award winning editor and doc maker Doug Blush in Conversation with Director Zaradasht Ahmed.
Saturday, July 1st: Journalist and New Filmmakers L.A. Chair Danny DeLillo in Conversation with Director Zaradasht Ahmed.
Sunday, July 2nd: Moderator TBD in Conversation with Zaradasht Ahmed.
P.S. JERUSALEM director Danae Elon will participate in Q&A’s at the Music Hall after the 5:10 PM screenings Friday-Sunday, June 9-11.
The RIPPED cast and crew will participate in a Q&A after the 7:30 PM screening at the Music Hall on opening night, Friday, June 23.
MIDDLE MAN actors Jim O’Heir and Andrew West will participate in a Q&A after the 7:30 PM screening at the Music Hall on Friday, June 9. Mr. O’Heir will also introduce the 9:55 screening.
Lenny Freeman is a straight-laced old-school accountant with a dream; to become a famous stand-up comedian. The problem is he’s not very funny. Not even close.
When his mother dies, leaving him nothing but debt and her ‘53 Oldsmobile, Lenny hits the road to chase his dream in Vegas and auditioning for Monte Guy’s annual “Stand-Up Stand-Off”. Along the way(and against his better judgment)Lenny picks up a mysterious traveler named “Hitch” and his trip quickly turns from bad to worse when they stop at a small-town bar.
HEARING IS BELIEVING filmmaker Lorenzo DeStefano and subjects Rachel and Jeanie Flowers will participate in a Q&A after the 7 PM screening at the Music Hall on Friday, June 16.