Tag: indie films

The Icarus Line Must Die (Michael Grodner, 2017)

With this, his first feature, filmmaker Grodner is admittedly influenced by the late-’70s -early-’80s no wave cinema from New York City, but The Icarus Line Must Die is very LA… and that is what sets it apart. While it’s fair to call it a loosely-scripted series of vignettes based on actual events, there’s a dark through-line of texted death threats to Joe that gives this a wonderful noir mystery feel. Who did Joe piss off, and are these threats to be taken seriously? –Matt Kubinski, RiotFest

We are thrilled to welcome director Michael Grodner and various guests to the Downtown Independent on March 13th for a badass screening and a Q&A afterwards!! Do not miss!

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The Icarus Line Must Die (Michael Grodner, 2017)

The Icarus Line Must Die is a dramatic narrative feature set against the backdrop of the current LA music scene. The film tracks Joe Cardamone, front man of The Icarus Line, as he navigates his way through the ups and downs of the modern music landscape.
We are thrilled to welcome director Michael Grodner and various guests to the Downtown Independent on March 13th for a badass screening and a Q&A afterwards!! Do not miss!

Anywhere With You (Marco La Via, Hanna Ladoul, 2018)

Amanda and Jake are in love and want to start a new life in Los Angeles. Will they make the right decisions? The first 24 hours of their new life take them all around the city, bringing them more surprises and frustrations than expected.

Join us for a night and explore the highs and lows of the City of Angels through the power of independent filmmaking!