Part absurdest documentary and part cinematic realism, SHOPLIFTING FROM AMERICAN APPAREL moves between the life of the actual writer who has written the popular novel on which the film is based to the mishaps of a ragtag film crew who offer each other challenges to make certain scenes.
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
You can now shoplift SHOPLIFTING! That's right. The film is available to download and remix at the new website.
Poems/Remixes posted to our Facebook page will be shared on the main website.
Premiere went real well in LA! We soldout and had some great performances from Steve Roggenbuck and Mira Gonzalez.
Please join us this coming Saturday, December 15, 2012 at Indie Screen in Brooklyn for our NYC Premiere.
We also had some nice reviews in LA Weekly and Throwing Rocks at Squirrels.
Thank you to everyone for making all this possible. Who would have thought an independent film would be able to premiere in six cities and have so much fun doing it! Thank you!!
Each screening will include prize giveaways, special guests, and a Q&A with zen teacher and actor Brad Warner and director Pirooz Kalayeh.
Guests confirmed for the LA screening: Brad Warner, Pirooz Kalayeh, Steve Roggenbuck, Mira Gonzalez, Alfred Rutherford, Andrew Crighton, James Roehl
The hip are bored and they want you to know it. Part absurdest documentary and part cinematic realism, Shoplifting from American Apparel moves between the life of the actual writer who has written the popular novel on which the film is based to the mishaps of a ragtag film crew who offer each other challenges to make certain scenes despite unforeseen creative roadblocks.