Click to Skip Ad
Closing in...

Rodney Evans' 'The Happy Sad' Theatrical Debut Set For 8/16 (NYC, LA) + New Poster Art

News
by Tambay A. Obenson
July 8, 2013 9:10 PM
1 Comment
  • |
happy sad

We just learned that Rodney Evans' sophomore effort, The Happy Sad, which made its World Premiere at Frameline San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival, as a Showcase Screening, last month, will open in theaters on Friday, August 16th at the IFC Center in NYC and at the Sundance Sunset Cinema in LA.

Rodney's 2nd feature follows two young couples in New York - one black and gay, one white and heterosexual - who find their lives intertwined as they create new relationship norms, explore sexual identity, and redefine monogamy.

The film's cast includes: LeRoy McClain (The History Boys), Sorel Carradine (The Good Doctor), Charlie Barnett (Gayby, Chicago Fire), Cameron Scoggins (Lovers), Maria Dizzia (Martha Marcy May Marlene, Louie), Sue Jean Kim (Bachelorette), Jamie Harrold (Erin Brockovich, The New Tenants - 2010 Academy Award Winner - Best Live Action short), and Michael Nathanson (Side Effects, Time Freak - 2012 Academy Award Nomination - Best Live Action short).

After its Frameline premiere, the film next screens at the Philadelphia QFest, as a Centerpiece Selection, this month; and then, at Outfest - The Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival - also this month.

Details on currently scheduled screenings, including links to purchase tickets, follow immediately below:

- Philadelphia QFest-Centerpiece Selection
Saturday, July 13th at 7:30pm, The Ritz East
Tix on sale June 24thwww.phillycinema.org

- Outfest-The Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival
Saturday, July 20th at 1:20pm, The Director's Guild of America
http://www.outfest.org/tixSYS/2013/xslguide/eventnote.php?EventNumber=3750

You can stay connected via his website here: www.rodneyevansfilm.com.

The film's official poster art follows below:

News
  • |

More: Rodney Evans

Free Indie Movies and Documentaries    

1 Comment

  • Chris T. | August 19, 2013 2:54 PMReply

    I pray that this film gets screened in Atlanta.

Follow Shadow and Act

Email Updates

Most "Liked"

  • 'Funk, God, Jazz, and Medicine: Black ...
  • Academy President Cheryl Boone Isaacs ...
  • Veronica and Efren Go on a Trip in Divisive ...
  • AAFCA Announces 2015 Special Achievement ...
  • Thankfully, 'The Equalizer' Gets an ...
  • First-Look at Seth Gilliam as Father ...
  • Pioneering Documentary Filmmaker William ...
  • 'The Equalizer' Engages His Adversary ...
  • Unpacking My Locarno Summer Academy ...
  • Powerful Documentary 'The Homestretch' ...