Our good friend yellowbirddd, who wrote music for Never, is working on his latest album! He has a great Indiegogo page full of customized perks and merch. Check out his page and consider helping him bring his next record to life!
Check it out: NEVER is available on iTunes! Rent or download today!!
Did some of our fans make it to the theater this weekend?? NEVER is playing at the Laemmle Monica Film Center all this week!
LA friends: NEVER is playing at a theater near you!!
Come join us for a screening at the Laemmle Monica, starting on August 19th and running all week!
NEVER is an intimate drama from the producers of Sex, Lies, and Videotape. Zelda Williams stars as Nikki, a struggling singer-songwriter in Seattle grappling with heartache - and whose unexpected friendship with Denim (Zachary Booth) will force them both to reevaluate everything they knew about love and modern relationships. Feauting original music by Nora Kirkpatrick (Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros).
It's official: this summer, NEVER is coming to a theater near you!!!
We're overjoyed to share the news that Indican Pictures will be releasing NEVER in Laemmle Theatres. That means starting August 19th at the Laemmle Monica in Los Angeles, you'll be able to catch NEVER on the big screen! Woo hoo!!! More cities and showtimes to come.
This the moment we've all been waiting for, the chance to finally share our little film with the world - we hope our LA friends can join us at a ...screening and help us celebrate NEVER's launch into the world!
Check out the official press release below courtesy of Deadline Hollywood and stay tuned for more updates and showtimes!
Bellissimo! NEVER is coming to Europe!
Thrilled to announce that NEVER will have its European premiere this Friday in Torino, Italy at the TGLFF - Torino Gay and Lesbian Film Festival, where it will be eligible for the festival's top honor. Hope some of our European friends will be able to make it! As always, feel free to contact us for more details or complimentary tickets
Friday, May 1st...
Cinema Massimo, Torino (Venue #2)
Next week, Seattle!! Catch the film on the big screen at the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival, hope to see some of you there
Tuesday, October 14th
@SIFF Cinema Egyptian...
801 East Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98122
Tix @ http://slgff.strangertickets.com/films/17910552/never
Seattle: WE ARE COMING HOME!!
At long last, thrilled to announce that NEVER will be playing next month at the Seattle Lesbian & Gay Film Festival! Hope to see all of our Seattle friends there
Tuesday, October 14th...
@SIFF Cinema Egyptian
801 East Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98122
We're so honored to be nominated for Best Narrative Feature from the Long Beach Indie International Film Festival!
(Director name and country of production in parenthesis)
Best Music Video:...
I Heard it at Sunset (Jim Meagan, USA), Humanoid (Woo-Hyuk Kim, South Korea) and Electric Heart Part 2 ((Woo-Hyuk Kim, South Korea).
Best Web Series:
Bad Timing (Brandon Rivet, USA) and Seeking (Ruth Du and Quincy Morris, USA).
Best Television Pilot:
Blood Brothers (Andrew Eckblad, USA), The Stunt Comedy Show (Deni Jordan, Denmark), and Jersey Chasers (Margaret Anderson, USA).
Best Student Film:
Geneius (Lareina Joelle, USA), Theme Song Rebel (Luke Patton, USA), Cherry Pop (Assaad Yacoub, USA), Steven Spielberg and the Return to Film School (Joshua Hoh, USA) and Mr. Polman Wants to Fit In (Carla Dauden, USA).
Best Animated Short:
The Dam Keeper (Dice Tsutusmi and Robert Kondo, USA) and Le Nocturne De Lumiere (Dave Boarini, USA).
Best Documentary Short:
The Love Story of Leonard Knight (Patrick Rea, USA), A Horseback Ride to the Soul (Aimee Barry Broustra, USA) and Robin Boyd: Australian Beauty (Kerry Gardner, Australia).
Best Narrative Short:
Tobacco Burn (Justin Liberman, USA), Alejandrito y el Cuco (Alex Medina, Cuba), The Typist (Abraham Heisler, USA), Hsu Ji Behind the Screen (Thomas Rio, France), Warhol (Adam Ethan Crow, United Kingdom), Penance (Jeff Wolfe, USA), and Run (Penelope Eizenga, Canada).
Best Documentary Feature:
The Throwaways (Ira McKinley and Bhawin Suchak, USA), Sing Your Own Song: An Opera Love Story (Anne Davis O’Neal, USA), Take Me to the River (Martin Shore, USA), Making Wookiee (Heidi Burkey, USA), My Name is Jonah (Phil Healy, USA), Inner City Champions (Kenneth Taylor, USA), and The Changing Face of Harlem (Shawn Batey, USA).
Best Narrative Feature:
Echoes (Nils Timm, USA), Astray (Kyle Romanek, USA), Hidden Moon (Jose Pepe Bojorquez, Mexico/USA), Never (Brett Smith, USA), Assassins (Michael Bonomo, USA), Ready or Knot (Michael Kuell, USA), and Thanha Rathi Ranga (Nilendra Deshapriya, Sri Lanka).