When was the last time you saw a movie about a post-apocalyptic Ireland? Like, never? After you read the latest issue of “Rotten,” and you happen to be in the LA area, go check out, “One Hundred Mornings.”
There is a special screening of the movie all thanks to this really rad creative collective, the Work Book Project. They are a growing community of artists, designers, filmmakers and creatives and the founders of the web series, RADAR that you should also check out.
Here is where you can see the movie in LA in September:
What: One Hundred Mornings screening
Where: Downtown Independent Theatre, 251 South Main St., Los Angeles, CA 90012
Screenings: Opening night is Thursday September 16th at 8:00PM
Friday Sep 17th: 7:30, 9:30
Sat Sep 18th: 5:30, 7:30, 9:30
Sun Sep 19th: 5:30, 7:30, 9:30
Mon Sep 20th: 7:30, 9:30
Tues Sep 21st: : 7:30, 9:30
Wed Sep 22nd: 7:30, 9:30
More info that you can use anytime:
About One Hundred Mornings
(85 mins, Ireland, written and directed by Conor Horgan)
Awards include: Slamdance Special Mention, IFTA for Best Cinematography
Set in a world upended by a complete breakdown of society, two couples hide out in a lakeside cabin hoping to survive the crisis. As resources run low and external threats increase, each of them faces a critical decision they never thought they’d have to make.
About The Workbook Project Discovery and Distribution Award
The WorkBook Project Discovery and Distribution Award is part of an expanded WBP initiative to provide tangible options for those working in ﬁlm, music, games, design and software to fund, create, distribute and sustain. The award opens new channels and modes of distribution currently unavailable in the traditional system and established festival circuit. Pooling distribution channels, making them accessible, and spotlighting a featured ﬁlmmaker with theatrical run and packaged PR through secured resources, the WBP Award displaces a limited bottleneck system with an open-source, sustainability model. In addition to the winner, The WBP awarded another 20 selected ﬁlmmakers with an exclusive digital distribution access package provided by WBP Award partner IndieFlix that will place them on Hulu, iTunes, Netﬁlx, and variety of other outlets.