What’s Black Heaven, you ask? We’re fairly certain that it has NOTHING to do with black Friday, blackouts, or even black masses (not that we’d know anything about the latter *hides dagger*), but we do know that it’s the latest film from IFC. Dig on the trailer!
Black Heaven is now playing at the IFC Center in New York and will open Friday at the Sunset 5 in Los Angeles. Additional late night engagements will follow nationally, beginning with the following:
– 1/28/11 at the Music Box in Chicago, IL
– 2/11/11 at the Central Cinema in Seattle, WA
– 3/5/11 at the Cedar Lee Cinemas in Cleveland, OH
Black Heaven is also playing nationwide on demand from IFC Midnight, available via Comcast, Cox, Cablevision, Time Warner, and Bright House.
A breakout selection of the midnight section of Cannes in 2010, BLACK HEAVEN is directed by an exciting new French filmmaker called Gilles Marchand. The story (featuring a terrifically sexy young cast) follows an innocent young kid, Gaspar (Grégoire Leprince-Ringuet of LOVE SONGS), who, becoming enamored with a mysterious/gorgeous girl (Louise Bourgoin, THE GIRL FROM MONACO), is lured into “Black Hole” – a dark, obscure video game world of avatars with deadly serious intentions in the real world.
Black Heaven – Trailer
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