ArcLight Presents Slamdance Cinema Club announced its title lineup in May. It is a joint collaboration to bring independent films from this yearâ€™s Slamdance Film Festival on to the big screen at ArcLight Hollywood.
Latino-Review can initially and exclusively announce that Mattia Colomboâ€™s documentary â€œTrees That Walkâ€ and horror movie â€œRatterâ€ starring Ashley Benson will be in the screening lineup next month. The films will be shown at ArcLight Hollywood on May 17th and May 18th respectively.
Hereâ€™s the synopsis and info for each film below:
“Trees That Walk”
Director: Mattia Colombo
A film about the lives of trees, and their deep relationship with the people that work hard every day to give wood a second life. And about what happens in this second life, when it becomes boats for sailing and musical instruments for playing. Trees are the opposite of movement, but a second life starts as soon as the sap stops flowing. Forests became the fleets that explored the worldâ€™s geography while writing the story of earth.
Running Time: 80min
Genre: Drama, Horror
Director: Branden Kramer
Cast: Ashley Benson, Matt McGory, Rebecca Naomi Jones
Emma, a graduate student living alone in New York City, is being watched by a stalker who has hacked into all of her technology – laptop, cell phone, and other web connected devices – to record her most intimate moments. Eventually the video feeds arenâ€™t enough and the stalker moves from the virtual to the physical – with disturbing consequences.
The theater chain and film festival started the cinema club program back in March. It had screened â€œThe Resurrection of Jake The Snakeâ€ and â€œBloodsucking Bastardsâ€ last month. This weekend on April 12-13, â€œAcross the Seaâ€ and â€œDennis roadmanâ€™s Big Bang in Pyongyangâ€ are part of this monthâ€™s lineup.
For more information in regards to times, costs and tickets availability, please click here to check out the program.