Indie Film Fetch Sets a Premiere Date
We've been following the progress of indie flick Fetch for a while now so it's great to see that the filmmakers have set a premiere date, and we've got the early word on the when and where right here!
DrippingDead Films will holding the world premiere of director CM Downs' Fetch on September 7th, 2010, at AMC Mainstreet in downtown Kansas City, Missouri. The theatre originally opened in October, 1921 as a vaudeville and movie house. After having closed in the mid 1980's, AMC started renovations in 2006 and had a grand re-opening on May 1, 2009. As the below photo shows, AMC Mainstreet, which features all-digital projection, is the "Crown Jewel" of AMC Entertainment in AMC's hometown.
Ashlynn Yennie, Shawn G. Smith, Jason Curtis Miller, Kurt Hannover, Curtis Smith, Sharon Wright, Krystal Heib, and the rest of the cast will be in attendance. Ernie Biggs, a Chicago style pub, is hosting a Q&A/reception directly after the screening.
Fetch is about a group of innocent Evangelical Christians that get caught up in a twisted story of betrayal, obsession, sex, and death that challenges the foundations of their faith as a result of what they experience. It was written by Trent (Deadgirl) Haaga and shot entirely in Kansas.
This is a invitation only event, but a little birdie told us that as it get closer to the premiere date, a few passes will be made available to the general public so be sure to keep it here for more! In the meantime follow the film from the director's perspective on Twitter via @CM_Downs and also visit the official Fetch Facebook page.
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