Monday, February 26th 2018

Regal Cinemas LA Live

Ticketing Guide / Venue Info

By Dawn (USA)

12:00 PM

Director: Michael Galvan & Sebastien Bazile

A former Marine suffering from PTSD teaches his family the act of warfare as a mysterious black cloud appears in the sky and the deadline for an unknown invasion approaches.

Former marine Kenneth lives a quiet life in suburban New York with his family, but that world is shattered when one morning, a large black cloud has taken over parts of the sky, creating mass panic throughout the world. As the government advises everyone to stay indoors, NASA experts work diligently to determine the origin of the cloud. As the family tries to maintain a sense of normalcy, what unfolds throughout the day confirms this mysterious threat endangers everything Kenneth cares form as he uncovers a harrowing truth that threatens life as he knows it.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

R

Crutches (USA)

1:30 PM

Director: Nick Santoro

Colin Freidberg has just been released from prison after serving four and a half years of a lifetime sentence for a murder he didn't commit. Recently discovered DNA evidence has exonerated him from the case and now he must begin his life over. Colin reluctantly moves back into his childhood home with his ailing mother, Margaret, takes a job at the local mall offered by a lifelong friend, Phillip, and finds himself working his way back toward happiness and love in the most unconventional way.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

R

Tree House Time Machine (USA)

3:00 PM

Director: Alan Ritchson

SHORTS PROGRAM 26A

An eager 12 year old boy and his friends secretly travel back in time to unravel the mystery of his mother's untimely death.

SHORTS PROGRAM 26A

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG

A Doll's Hug (Taiwan)

3:00 PM

Director: Rob Chihwen Lo

SHORTS PROGRAM 26A

Domestic violence, school violence, and societal violence continually challenge and threaten the Taiwanese teenage boy, XiangYu.

He seeks to escape from the undesirable reality and take shelter in his imaginary Barbie doll world. However, the relief is impermanent…

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG

Just Another Meal (USA)

3:00 PM

Director: Nick Kitchens

SHORTS PROGRAM 26A

When a couple meets for dinner to discuss their impending divorce, it turns out to be anything but just another meal.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG

Bioroid (China)

3:00 PM

Director: Wang Haonan

SHORTS PROGRAM 26A

Two Bioroid girls trapped in a recurring reality and facing unknown destiny.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG

The Farm (USA)

3:00 PM

Director: John Broker

SHORTS PROGRAM 26A

After years away, John reluctantly comes back to help on his family farm, but is soon reminded why he left.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG

Mission Caligua (Germany)

4:30 PM

CALIGULA Documentary and Press Event

Caligula Director: Tinto Brass

Documentary Director: Alexander Tuschinski

In 1979, a power struggle erupted between Gore Vidal (writer), Tinto Brass (director), and Bob Guccione (producer) over which vision would rule the film they were making.

Gore Vidal left, and Tinto Brass was locked out of his editing room, as Bob Guccione (publisher of Penthouse Magazine) decided he could act as director, producer, and editor. His deeply flawed version (with sex scenes of Penthouse Pets added for no reason), edited by a novice, with no input from the director who shot the footage, …is now all the world knows of this legendary project.

Malcolm McDowell, Peter O'Toole, John Gielgud, Helen Mirren, (who joined from a desire to work with Tinto Brass), are all embarrassed by the finished film (and will not speak of it to this day).

Yet, could there be …an innovative masterpiece hidden in those old reels?

Filmmaker Alexander Tuschinski (scholar of the 1960's art house films of Tinto Brass) had idea of restoring and releasing Tinto's version of Caligula into the world, to be viewed it as the director intended.

After teaming up with Kelly Holland (new owner and operator of Penthouse Global Media), this unlikely pair, now armed with Tinto's original work print, shooting script, and blessing, …is on a mission to recreate this lost masterpiece.

Kelly and Alexander are bringing a traveling roadshow press event, with scenes from this Tinto Brass Cut of Caligula (that show how radically different this version is), and a documentary that chronicles the journey that got them here.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

Unrated

Obamaland (USA)

5:30 PM

Director: Greg Bergman

In the wake of the newly-elected President Trump's tragic fall from the balcony of Trump Tower, Barack Obama declares himself "President-For-Life".

By 2040, in a gunless, godless America renamed "Obamaland", a ragtag group of patriotic "Trumpublikans" plot to take their country back once and for all, in this comedy feature.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG

Drive (USA)

7:30 PM

Director: Imani Shkur

DRAMA SHORTS 26B

Kelly a struggling actress decides to take her first ride-share to decide if she wants to work for the 'Drive' app, ...and ends up having to kill her driver.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG-13

The Boxer (USA)

7:30 PM

Director: Paul Baker

DRAMA SHORTS 26B

A down-on-his-luck ex boxer struggles with the lingering effects of a winless career. Five years after retiring from a 0-42 career, 'The Boxer' finds himself in a self-imposed rut. When his Irish manager forces him back into the world, he's faced with his toughest fight yet. This comedic-drama is a love letter to never getting up on your dreams, no matter how far you fall.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG-13

A Real Adventure (USA)

7:30 PM

Director: Josh Zuckerman

DRAMA SHORTS 26B

Jack visits his Father in prison and struggles to find peace with their strained relationship. In the face of his Father's characteristic big scheme ideas and unfounded optimism, Jack might just say the things he's always wanted to say.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG-13

Faces (USA)

7:30 PM

Director: J.J. Woronoff

DRAMA SHORTS 26B

Tom is a disillusioned research analyst with a secret life – playing high-stakes, illegal poker. When a fellow analyst threatens to expose his secret, Tom begins a surrealistic journey jumping in and out of the bodies of several people connected to one deadly game.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG-13

Silent April Short Film (USA)

7:30 PM

Director: Alison Moir

DRAMA SHORTS 26B

A young withdrawn teen, navigates her world by relying on non verbal communication with her stoic and consumed parents.

April tries her best to go unnoticed, but catches the attention from class heartthrob, as we realize her withdrawal is due to being bullied, not only by her peers but also by her teachers.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG-13

Breaking Brooklyn (USA)

8:15 PM

Director: Paul Becker

12 year old boy with a passion for dance, and his brother are rescued from the streets by an old showman who takes them to meet his estranged former dancing partner.

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG

Trouble Is My Business (USA)

10:00 PM

Director: Thomas Konkle

Ruined in the public eye and shunned by the law, private investigator Roland Drake (Tom Konkle) meets a dark-haired beauty desperate to hire anyone who can locate her missing family members. In 1940s Los Angeles where corrupt cops rule the city, and moral lines are anything but black and white, trouble is Roland Drake’s business… and business is good. 

Feb 26th, Regal Cinemas LA LIVE

PG