Make Screening of LGBT Film "Four" Happen
A screening of the new LGBT film "Four" has been scheduled for September 26, but you need to RSVP to make it happen.
There are only a few days left to register 100 people for the Boston premiere of the film. If this number is not reached, the screening will not happen.
"Four" is a powerful and subtle examination of love, loss, and the quest for connection in contemporary America.
Based on the play by the Pulitzer Prize Finalist Christopher Shinn, this adaptation features Wendell Pierce of "The Wire" and Emory Cohen of the hit television show "SMASH."
The screening is scheduled for Thursday, September 26, 2013, 7:30pm at Loews Boston Common. To guarantee a seat (and to insure the screening take place) Click HERE to sign up to attend.
"Four" has been adapted for the screen by director Joshua Sanchez and producer Christine Giorgio, who will be present at the screening for a question and answer, as long as the requisite amount of people sign up for the screening.
Honored in film festivals across the country, this is Sanchez first feature length film.
In a nameless, suburban American town, the smell of barbeque fills the air as Fourth of July celebrations move from a hot summer day into night. Joe, a man who works hard and travels a lot, leaves his family behind for the holiday, citing a business trip.
Abigayle, his precocious daughter, is left to tend to her ill mother and manage the house on her own. Seeking just enough attention to get her through another night of her lonely responsibilities, she turns to Dexter, a former high school basketball star whose best days are behind him.
While Abigayle is out with Dexter, Joe is quietly spending time around town with June, a young, white man he met online who’s struggling to accept himself. And for just this night, the small world that these four live in will become even smaller, though the freedom they experience has never been so dangerous, fleeting and honest.
Please sign up as soon as possible to assure the screening will take place.