CURTAINS has been selected to screen at the 6th annual Laughlin International Film Festival, a four-day festival that provides an annual platform for international and U.S. filmmakers to showcase their films.
CURTAINS will screen in a prime Friday slot as part of the short film block, "Coping with Life: The Quirkier Side." Leading up to CURTAINS, five awesome films will screen in the block: "Filling In" (22:00 - Directed by Bradley Hawkins); "Hedda Needs Help" (14:22 - Directed by Lisa Baron); "Uncle Oscar" (21:00 - Directed by Zack Abramowitz); "I Have to Kill My Professor" (10:20 - Directed by Jonathan Pickett); and "The Blind Center" (15:00 - Directed by Timothy Cruz).
Laughlin sits on the Colorado River across from Bullhead City, Ariz. near the tri-state intersection of California, Arizona and Nevada. Laughlin is roughly 90 miles south of Las Vegas.
The festival runs October 12 - 15, 2017 in Laughlin, Nevada.