Closure had its Los Angeles (and West Coast) premiere on Thursday, November 1st in The 18th Annual Valley Film Festival at the Laemmle in North Hollywood.
From left; Producer Beau Genot, actor Herb Hall, composer Jamie Christopherson, producer Katie Rosin, writer/director Alex Goldberg, actress Catia Ojeda, actress Milena Govich, and actor Marcelo Tubert.
Hundreds filled the largest theater in the multiplex, including cast, crew, friends, and families.
At the end of the festival the movie won the Ten Degrees Hotter Award for Best Narrative Feature Film.
Catia Ojeda, Alex Goldberg, and Beau Genot, and our trophy!
This is our third award in four festivals. Next stop for the movie: Austin Indie Fest, Saturday November 10th.
IT IS DONE concluded its Regional Premiere at Theatre in the Park in Raleigh, NC and it was a hit amongst audiences and critics alike.
From left: Alex Goldberg (writer), Ira David Wood III (director), Olivia Fitts (Ruby), and Tony Pender (Hank)
“Theatre In The Park’s IT IS DONE is a truly satisfying Halloween treat… the whole thing runs to a stunner of a conclusion, leaving us with a very satisfying little bombshell in a short time… these three ensemble actors do a technically flawless and always-interesting dance that leads to a very satisfying, very Halloween conclusion.” Alan R. Hall – Classical Voice of North Carolina
“Theatre In The Park’s IT IS DONE serves up a spooky tale along with fine performances… it revs up to a gripping albeit sinister climax that will keep some audiences on the edge of their seats.” Lauren Van Hemert – Broadway World
“Filled with Hawthorne-esque atmosphere and delivery, this creepy show is the perfect play to keep you up all night. Different, unique and subtly evocative, IT IS DONE is a definite must-see this Halloween season.” Susie Potter – Triangle Arts Review.
“A horror-show version of Three Card Monte… Goldberg’s Twilight Zone scripting and repartee makes us wonder long enough just who’s the cat and who’s the mouse in this chilly little trio about unpaid spiritual debts and the high price of collections.” Byron Woods – The Indy
Following its European Premiere in the Marbella International Film Festival October 10 – 15, Closure earns its second festival award. Catia Ojeda, who stars as Nina, wins Best Actress.
Best Actress Catia Ojeda MIFF 2018
Alex Goldberg (accepting for Catia Ojeda) and the other winners of the 2018 Marbella International Film Festival
IT IS DONE, a dark comic thriller about three people trapped in a bar during a wind storm, will have its Regional Premiere at Theatre in the Park in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Here are some photos of the final dress rehearsal. Photos courtesy of Steve Larson.
MAYOR OF THE 85TH FLOOR, a dark comedic play, will have it’s first full staged reading as part of the Antaeus Theatre Company’s LAB RESULTS: The Antaeus Playwrights Lab Festival.
This dystopian story set in the near (and hopefully avoidable) future is about a young woman who lives among other squatters in the Empire State Building and must decide whether her future is to remain in the building or risk it all to move outside the crumbling city. The reading will be directed by Asaad Kelada. The play is an O’Neill Semifinalist.
Antaeus Theatre Company
Kiki & David Gindler Performing Arts Center
110 E. Broadway
Tickets can be purchased on the Antaeus website.
The feature film Closure, written and directed by Alex Goldberg, wins Best Feature at the D.C. Independent Film Festival. The World Premiere of Closure took place at the festival on February 17th.
Fade to White, a feature film made up of three intertwining stories set in Central Park in the near future, is now available on Amazon Prime. The script is written by Alex Goldberg, Sammy Buck and Erin Hill, and is directed by Elizabeth Lucas.