The film we co-produced, Space Station 76, had its Los Angeles festival premier at Outfest Los Angeles on July 21. A sold out crowd of 1,200 packed the Ford Amphitheatre.
Space Station 76 is a character-driven, domestic dramedy, which takes place in a 1970’s version of the future, where personalities and asteroids collide. Matt Bomer, Patrick Wilson, Liv Tyler, Marisa Coughlin, Kali Rocha, and Jerry O’Connell star is this dark comedy.
About the film, Joe Leydon of Variety said, “Space Station 76, an intergalactic deadpan farce that suggests a daft mashup of “The Ice Storm” and “Space: 1999.” With the aid of ensemble players who maintain admirably straight faces amid the absurdity, director Jack Plotnick gets an impressive amount of mileage from a concept — characters in a futuristic sci-fi setting evince ‘70s angst and attitudes.”
Here we are with director Jack Plotnick, film editor Sharon Rutter, producer Katherine McGregor, and producer Rachel Ward at the after party, hosted by Frontiers Magazine.
We are so honored to be a part of this wonderful, future “cult classic” film. The cast and crew are brilliant!
Look for the theatrical premier of Space Station 76 in September 2014, followed by a DVD release in fall 2014. Distributed by Sony Pictures International.