Friday, October 18 @ 8:15pm Saturday, October 19 @ 6:40pm Sunday, October 20 @ 7:00pm Monday, October 21 @ 6:00pm Tuesday, October 22 @ 6:00pm Wednesday, October 23 @ 6:00pm Thursday, October 24 @ 6:00pm
Arena Cinelounge 6464 Sunset Blvd. – Lobby level Hollywood, CA
Here are the reviews so far: “Alex Goldberg accomplished something very special with his quirky dark comedy… an off-kilter caper that ambitiously stimulates with sharpened wit underlined by indescribable poignancy… Goldberg’s indie darling Closure is delightfully cogent in its peppered presentation making it one of the most robust and refreshing comedies released this year.” Frank Ochieng, Flick Feast
“There have been plenty of movies that have skewered the sunbaked air of Los Angeles and the strange people who breathe it – Mick Jackson’s L.A. Story and Robert Altman’s The Player remain two of my favorites – but folks, if you find somewhere showing writer-director Alex Goldberg’s Closure…you might want to catch this whimsical gem – and make room for its sardonically witty fish-out-of-Midwestern-water tale on the Hollywood-as-another-planet list.” Elias Savada, Film International
Closure‘s fifth film festival was its Texas Premiere in the Austin Indie Fest. The movie took home three awards, including Best Screenplay for Alex Goldberg, Best Actress for Catia Ojeda, and the Audience Award for Best Feature!
This marks the sixth festival award in five festivals.
Writer/Director Alex Goldberg, Actress Catia Ojeda, and Producer Beau Genot.
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.
Line for Closure screening (photo: Kristen Moser)
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.
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.