Too Late (35mm) Filmmaker Q&A

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Landmark's Midtown Art Cinema says
We open the new film TOO LATE on Friday April 22nd in 35mm. To celebrate the release of the movie the 7:00PM showings on April 22nd and April 23rd will be followed by a filmmaker Q&A featuring writer/director Dennis Hauck. An Atlanta native, Hauck went to school at Emory University and is excited to return to his old stomping grounds. On Saturday the Q&A will be followed by a special acoustic performance by Sally Jaye. Tickets are on sale now!

About TOO LATE: Private investigator Mel Sampson (Academy Award nominee John Hawkes, Winter’s Bone, The Sessions) is tasked with tracking down the whereabouts of a missing woman from his own past. Too Late takes the spine of the classic private eye genre and tears it to pieces, weaving it back together into a tapestry of southern California and the menagerie of eccentric personalities and lost souls who inhabit it. From the desolate, overgrown Radio Hill to the ritzy penthouse of The Beverly Hilton, the film presents a sprawling view of Los Angeles that ranges from the undiscovered to the iconic. Ultimately, Too Late tells the story of a missing woman, but paints the portrait of a lost man. Filmed in 35mm in a series of stunning unbroken takes and featuring a gut-wrenching, tour-de-force performance by Hawkes, Too Late is presented in theatres only in 35mm! Written and directed by Dennis Hauck.
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By: Landmark's Midtown Art Cinema

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