On Friday, May 6 at 10:00 PM Low and Behold (Official Selection 2007 Sundance Film Festival) will be having a special one night only screening at the ReRun Gastropub Theater in Brooklyn in conjunction with the release of director's Zack Godshall's latest film Lord Byron, which premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.
Based on real events, Low and Behold tells the story of Turner Stull (Barlow Jacobs), a young insurance claims adjuster in post-Katrina New Orleans who risks his job to help a local man, Nixon (Eddie Rouse), find his lost dog. As this unlikely pair traverses the city, Turner comes to discover that some damage is immeasurable. Filmed on location in New Orleans only months after Hurricane Katrina, Low and Behold blurs the line between reality and fiction, creating a mosaic of images, faces, and voices that together make for a unique cinematic experience. Co-starring Robert Longstreet.
"A film that must be seen by anyone and everyone." - Film Threat
For only $5 come check out the film that the Huffington Post called, "A fantastic new work of cinema." Buy tickets in advance here. And while you're at it, be sure to check out Lord Byron and Godshall's documentary God's Architects.