RAINBOW TIME

Wed, Jul 26, 2017
8 – 10 PM (doors: 7:30 PM)
BEAHIVE / 291 Main St


Q&A with director/writer/actor Linas Phillips after the screening

Todd grew up under the strange shadow of his older mentally challenged brother Shonzi. As kids, Shonzi forced Todd to make action movies. As adults he pressures him to share love life details, even showing Shonzi a sex tape he made with an old girlfriend to help him cope when family tragedy hits.

When their dad suffers a heart attack, Shonzi (now 40, and still a virgin) moves in with Todd and his new girlfriend Lindsay. Shonzi wants desperately to be included in their relationship like old times.

When Shonzi’s begging become threats to reveal secrets from their past, Todd must find the courage to be honest with Lindsay, even if it means the end of their relationship.

LINAS PHILLIPS is an actor, writer and director. After graduating from NYU’s experimental theater wing in ’99, Linas got his start performing comedy and theater in the New York “downtown” performance scene. In 2006 he made WALKING TO WERNER, a documentary about a walk he made from Seattle to LA in search of Werner Herzog. In 2008 he made GREAT SPEECHES FROM A DYING WORLD, a documentary about 9 homeless people featuring the subjects reciting famous speeches from history. His first narrative feature film BASS ACKWARDS premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2010. He’s appeared on several TV shows including EASTBOUND AND DOWN, The Duplass Brother’s TOGETHERNESS and more recently SEARCH PARTY. He starred in the film MANSON FAMILY VACATION opposite Jay Duplass