Wired.Com interview ~ Check it out here!
Now this is our kind of festival… Solatrium will enjoy its Asian Premiere at the 2010 International Science Fiction Film Festival in Korea. This international film festival will be held October 28th – November 7th in Gwacheon National Science Museum (http://www.scientorium.go.kr/jsp/intro/main1.jsp), the biggest and newest science museum in Korea. 2010ISFF focuses on international and Korean science fiction films, with particular attention to supporting creativity in the science fiction genre. We are particularly excited about this festival because no English will be spoken!
To learn more about the 2010 Gwacheon International Science Fiction Film Festival festival visit ~ http://www.isff.kr/
This is the “Lost in Space” screening program in which Solatrium is playing ~ http://2010isf.tistory.com/3
Solatrium will screen in HD at Carnival of Darkness 2, a showcase of the very best horror shorts from filmmakers across the world. Doors open at 6:30pm on Thursday, October 28th, 2010 at the Los Angeles Film School, 6363 Sunset Blvd Hollywood, CA.
Shouts out to Festival Director Alex Bram for hosting this epic screamfest!
Solatrium will screen at the infamous Dragon*Con. Dragon*Con is the largest popular culture convention focusing on science fiction and fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film in the universe! We are excited that Solatrium will be finding an audience at Dragon*Con in Atlanta, GA on labor day weekend, September 3-6th.
We are excited to have our upcoming LA Premiere at the HollyShorts Film Festival, August 5-15th at Laemmle’s Sunset 5 Theatre. More info and screening times coming soon.
Solatrium screened at the 16th annual Twin Rivers Multimedia Festival in Asheville, NC on Friday, May 28th. It was nice to screen in our home town again as an Official Selection for the festival.
Solatrium screened in the Genre Mash-up Shorts Program at the Maryland Film Festival on May 7th and 8th. The Baltimore City Paper writes, “Chris Bower’s Solatrium features pretty, dead-eyed Bria as the captain of a space tanker enduring the ennui of space life. Her solace is the meds she applies in patch form. Beautifully shot and disorientingly paced, Solatrium illustrates once again the old sci-fi adage: hallucinogens + prescription drug trial = space madness!”
Check out the Baltimore City Paper article here ~ http://www.citypaper.com/printStory.asp?id=20191