Monday, August 17, 2015

"The Loneliest Stoplight" screening in L.A.

Big news! My new short film, "The Loneliest Stoplight", is going to be screening in Los Angeles, starting this Friday, August 21 at the NuArt Theatre, located at 11272 Santa Monica Blvd.

If you haven't heard me talk about it yet, my new short features the voice of Patton Oswalt, who narrates the story of a stoplight who feels unnecessary when people start using a new 8-lane freeway.  Patton did a great job, and I'm really proud of this one, so it's great to see some screenings lined up already!

The NuArt is a fantastic theater, and they've been very helpful in getting my shorts screened in order to qualify them for Oscar consideration.  I win, they win, and if you go to see the film, you'll win too!

So, beginning August 21, you can catch "The Loneliest Stoplight" at the NuArt Theater in L.A., opening up for a documentary called "Station to Station", which looks like an amazing film about a train full of artists and filmmakers on a trip from NYC to San Francisco. 

"Station to Station" is a revolutionary feature comprised of 62 one-minute films highlighting an exciting and eclectic mix of artists, musicians, writers, places and perspectives. In the summer of 2013, a train designed as a kinetic light sculpture by artist/filmmaker Doug Aitken traveled from New York City to San Francisco over 24 days. Rolling into ten stations on the route, the train set in motion a series of happenings, each unique to its location and mix of creative participants. Featuring performances by and conversations with Beck, Jackson Browne, Mavis Staples, Patti Smith, Cat Power and many more.

You can get more information and buy tickets here:

If you can't make it to the NuArt, we'll have some announcements very shortly about some film festival screenings, some festivals where you see me year after year, and there may be a surprise or two coming up also.  Thanks for watching, hope you enjoy my new short!

--Bill Plympton

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