‘Wanderlost’, new indie film, used Asheville’s River Arts District as backdrop; movie to be screened at Fine Arts Theatre on Aug. 6, 7; dance party fundraiser set for July 29
Here’s more, from the movie blog:
Co-writer/Director David Kabler says, “The River Arts District has provided a backdrop that has added so much to creating the dark fantastical world of urban decay presented in Wanderlost.” The Studio has a professional editing bay, screening room, space for sets, green screen, and a full kitchen and bath. The space is available as a home base for productions in Western North Carolina by the day, week or month.
I’m always impressed by the spirit and ingenuity of independent filmmakers here in Asheville. I can’t wait to see Wanderlost.
The movie has already been making the rounds of some indie film festivals, and is set to be screened in Asheville. Here’s the information on that:
Wanderlost will have a Monster Bash Dance Party fundraiser at Eyesore Studios at the Wedge in the historic River Arts District on July 29, from 7-11pm. This party will feature a monster costume contest, preview a scene from the film, and dancing with local DJs.
Wanderlost is the first feature film from local writer, producer and director David Kabler. The film’s entire cast and crew all call Asheville home. Local fashion designers, special effects experts, actors, art directors, set builders, and production crew all came together to give Wanderlost a uniquely local twist.”
The film will make its Asheville premiere at the Fine Arts Theatre on Aug. 6 and 7 at 9:45 p.m.
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