Beach Town screening at NWFF, Jan. 10
Inspired more by films like People on Sunday (1930) than Frankie and Annette, Beach Town is a rock and roll beach movie of the mind – a quiet, unabashedly atmospheric look at the lives of young people whose art is ineffably linked with their surroundings in a low-rent coastal community. Beach Town features an upbeat summertime soundtrack and was shot entirely in Seattle in glorious, Super 16 color film.
I play one of the members of a fairy synth band (glitter! wings! synthesizers!) in this sweet little independent film, and I'm excited to see it play again in Seattle. Our director Erik Hammen will be there for the screening - check it out!
When: Sunday, Jan. 10th at 4:00pm (73 min.)
Where: Northwest Film Forum, 1515 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
Tickets: click here