A.C.T. (A Contemporary Theatre) Presents RAWSTOCK Film Festival
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The last date listed for RAWSTOCK Film Festival was Wednesday February 23, 2011 / 8:00pm.
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Mischa Redenbaugh
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Not fun, we arrived early to get good seats, and over the next two hours heard a lot of music over the PA, overheard a lot of conversations, and watched about 18 minutes of films. The event started nearly 30 min late, because everyone was apparently enjoying the party so much. Then a couple long intermissions later we left, not compelled to stay for the last film. We probably missed a great one.
Throughout 2011 as part of ACT’s Central Heating Lab, RAWSTOCK continues to be Seattle’s destination for cutting-edge animation, politically incorrect comedy, and relentless grindhouse cinema. All in all, it’s more entertainment per minute than previously thought possible. *
Wednesday February 23*, 2011: William Never Married
RAWSTOCK presents William Never Married, from visionary director Christian Palmer. This debut feature film is a pitch-black romantic comedy centered around antihero William “Vince” Cone, a budding alcoholic in his late 20’s. William’s world is a twisted chaotic storm of romantic yearnings and wrenching familial responsibilities. It’s also achingly funny. Running time: 2 hours.
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