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Local Director Series: Future

Local Director Series: Future
April 24, 2019, 8:00 pm

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Local Director Series: Future
Director: Rob Cousineau | Chris Rosik

Showtime:
04/24 | 8:00 PM

UICA Members: $5
Public: $10

Movie tickets can be purchased at the Guest Services desk beginning at 12 noon on the date of each screening.
 

UICA’s Local Director Series is a recurring event that showcases feature-length films by independent directors who live and work in Grand Rapids, MI. The Local Director Series is a premier forum for directors to share their work publicly and the event acts as a vital resource for the advancement of the West Michigan film community by increasing public awareness about independent filmmaking and the impressive film industry established right here in Grand Rapids.
    


About the Film

A drunken, train­wreck time traveler offers a suicidally depressed barista a do ­over with his life—there’s just one catch. Future  is a low-­fi, sci-­fi narrative feature film that aims to explore 
depression, regret, and self medication.

Directed By: Rob Cousineau | Chris Rosik
Genre: Sci-fi | Drama
Run Time: 84 min
MPAA Rating: NR
Origin: USA


About the Filmmakers

Get Super Rad is made up of Chris Rosik and Rob Cousineau—two 
experienced content creators well versed in both commercial production 
and filmmaking. Together, they've created super rad work for brands such 
as Ford Motor company, Chevy, and GM. 

As filmmakers, the duo looks to tell deeply human stories in a style that's 
unmistakably their own. Their award­ winning first feature "Future"—a black 
comedy about a clinically depressed, suicidal barista who is granted a do­
over from a time ­traveling addict—premiered at Genre Blast & Hells Half 
Mile and Music Festival.

Currently in production on two network reality TV shows slated to premiere 
fall of 2018, CR & RC are also finishing their work on a feature ­length 
documentary film, "Can't See Sh*t"— a film about Cousineau's friend, 
Brendan Patrick, a blind tattoo artist and musician living with Cystic 
Fibrosis. Also in development, "The Russian Five."

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Individuals with disabilities who require accommodations should contact Megan Bylsma, Associate Director, at (616) 454-7000 x11 or megan@uica.org at least 72 hours in advance.

Earlier Event: April 12
The Russian Five
Later Event: April 26
Her Smell