OUTDOOR SCREENING: STRANGELY IN LOVE

OUTDOOR SCREENING: STRANGELY IN LOVE

TOPANGA COMMUNITY CLUB (map)

LIVE MUSIC BY THE CONTROVERSY: 8:00PM

OUTDOOR SCREENING ON TCC BALL FIELD: 9:00PM

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STRANGELY IN LOVE | Written & Directed by Amin Matalqa

strangelyinlove.com

Get ready to cozy up on the TCC ball field for a rom-com unlike any other. The stunning cast, beautiful score, and Charlie Chaplin-influence make Strangely In Love an unforgettably funny love story.

A hopeless romantic comedy take on Dostoevsky’s White Nights set in modern-day Los Angeles. Fyo, a naive ignored man-boy, falls in love with the only person who recognizes his existence, Nastenka, a hot-headed blind girl who’s ready to hang herself from a tree while waiting for her lover, Steve, to return from Africa, where he’s gone off to save the children. Fyo will do anything to be with Nastenka, even if it means helping her win back her dream lover.

FILMMAKING TEAM, STARS, AND SPECIAL GUESTS WILL HOST A Q&A FOLLOWING THE SCREENING. 

Live musical performances by The Controversy, whose music is featured in Strangely In Love, before the film.

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THIS IS AN OUTDOOR SCREENING. The canyon gets cool at night, so a jacket or sweater is advised. Please bring your own blanket, cushion, or lawn chair for comfortable seating on the ball field.

Paid parking is available at the venue. If parking on Topanga Canyon Blvd., make sure all tires are inside the white lines. Flashlights are advised for walking to your car after dark. Carpooling is encouraged.

Food and beverages available for purchase at event.

LOCAL YOUTH SPOTLIGHT: THE BC BUTCHER & SHORTS

LOCAL YOUTH SPOTLIGHT: THE BC BUTCHER & SHORTS

TOPANGA COMMUNITY CLUB (map)

SCREENING IN TCC HOUSE: 4:00PM

Local Youth Spotlight showcases homegrown Topanga Canyon talent under the age of 18. Our little community boasts some big talent!

THE B.C. BUTCHER | Written & Directed by Kansas Bowling

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In the year 1,000,000 B.C., a tribe of cavewomen falls prey to a prehistoric beast.

Starring Kato Kaelin, Dwayne Johnson, and special guest star, Rodney Bingenheimer. Narrated by Topanga, Kadeem Hardison.

Headache | Written & Directed by Claire Bryétt Andrew

A family makes an unexpected stop during a road trip. What happens next is quite unexplainable.

The Escape | Written & Directed by Max Portman

A young boy falls asleep and escapes to a surreal dream world.


Paid parking is available at the venue. If parking on Topanga Canyon Blvd., make sure all tires are inside the white lines. Flashlights are advised for walking to your car after dark. Carpooling is encouraged.

Food and drinks available for purchase at the event.

LOCAL SPOTLIGHT: THE SHOOT

LOCAL SPOTLIGHT: THE SHOOT

TOPANGA COMMUNITY CLUB (map)

SCREENING IN TCC HOUSE: 5:30PM

Local Spotlight showcases homegrown Topanga Canyon talent. Written, directed, produced, and starred in by Topanga's own Adams Family, The Shoot also features several Topanga community members, making this a truly homegrown film. Join us for this wild ride of a film and Q&A with filmmakers and cast to follow.

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THE SHOOT | Directed by John Adams & Toby Poser

wonderwheelproductions.com

Tommy and Dougie are two weathered musicians who are still living the rock and roll lifestyle, busted broke and desperately dreaming of their big break. Tommy's wife, Maddy, would trade places any day, stable but stuck in her own soul-less job as an assistant fashion stylist.

To pay for their big album, the rockers take out a loan from the wrong kind of lender (the kind that breaks legs for breakfast). Unable to repay the loan they riff on a plan to rob Maddy's photo shoot for a high-end jewelry line in the desert. Fashionistas, models, millions in jewels.... all wrapped up in a nice remote desert package.

Seems easy enough. Of course fashion isn't always pretty, and neither is felony. When all hell breaks loose in the desert, cameras aren't the only thing doing the shooting. The crew scatters into the barren unforgiving landscape with only their lives and the jewels, gambling on the chance that the armed robbers will give up and leave.

Q&A with filmmakers and cast following the screening.


Paid parking is available at the venue. If parking on Topanga Canyon Blvd., make sure all tires are inside the white lines. Flashlights are advised for walking to your car after dark. Carpooling is encouraged.

Food and drinks available for purchase at the event.