We have a change of plan for next week’s movie night. Sandy Collora, the director of Hunter Prey, kindly offered to come along and talk about his film. So we are switching the schedule a little. We won’t be showing Inception (don’t worry, we’ll have it another month) and are replacing it with Sandy’s other smash hit, Batman: Dead End. That will give Sandy plenty of time to talk and answer questions about both films.
This is a one-of-a-kind event — we promise you won’t be disappointed! Come ask the director about filmmaking, good old-fashioned thrilling science fiction, Comic-Con, and what’s it like to be an auteur!
Both films knocked ‘em dead at Comic-Con!! This is professional fan filmmaking taken to a high art, with a great plot, creativity and lots of science fiction (not to mention the amazing weapon and costume designs). Film director and comic book writer Kevin Smith called Batman: Dead End “possibly the truest, best Batman movie ever made”, and comic book artist Alex Ross praised it as “Batman the way I’ve always wanted to see him.” IO9.com was an early enthusiastic supporter, and garnered a choice interview with Sandy prior to the release of Hunter Prey — read it here in its entirety. DVDtalk.com points out that “At the very least, “Hunter Prey” will entertain you, but it will also remind you beyond the big budget Hollywood excess, there are still those willing to break their backs to get their vision on the big (or small) screen.” AND AND AND for you Gen-Xers out there, actress Erin Gray gives a classy performance as the voice of the computer!
And did we mention the free popcorn??? So yeah, you want to come to this! We’ll see you there!
Doors and cash bar open at 6PM
Event begins at 7PM
Suggested donation $5 at the door or bar, benefiting Variety Children’s Charity
Seating is limited; first come, first seated.
This event takes place at:
Variety Preview Room Theatre
The Hobart Bldg., 1st Floor – entrance between Quizno’s & Citibank
582 Market Street at 2nd & Montgomery
San Francisco, CA 94104
DON’T DRIVE – Montgomery Street BART is adjacent to our front door, and parking sucks in San Francisco.