Avant Garden
832-287-5577
411 Westheimer
Houston, TX 77006

Sorrow, the movie, fundraiser

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Lovers of horror films and the Houston arts scene will come together for an unforgettable evening to show their support for Sorrow, the movie, which is the product of talented Houstonians. Sorrow is holding a fundraising event to raise the funds necessary complete the film, which is in pre-production, but still requires funding for production. The budget requires an additional $40,000 in funding, which will be raised through the event at Avant Garden and through a crowdfunding campaign.


The event at Avant Garden is one that promises to put the “fun” back in fundraiser. There will be live music from a local band, several flat screens offering a sneak peek of Sorrow, food in the patio area, and a silent auction.


 

When?

Sun, Dec. 30, 2012
8 p.m. - 8 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

Where?

AvantGarden till 2am
411 Westheimer rd
Houston, Texas 77006
United States
Who: Supporters of the Houston arts scene and lovers of horror films.Where: Sorrow’s “Uproar” Fundraising Event is taking place at Avant Garden, located at 411 Westhimer, Houston, TX 77006.When: December 30th, 2012 from 8 PM to 2 AM.Cost: $20 will be collected at the door. Proceeds will go towards the ...

Who: Supporters of the Houston arts scene and lovers of horror films.

Where: Sorrow’s “Uproar” Fundraising Event is taking place at Avant Garden, located at 411 Westhimer, Houston, TX 77006.

When: December 30th, 2012 from 8 PM to 2 AM.

Cost: $20 will be collected at the door. Proceeds will go towards the film.

Sorrow plays tribute to the horror films of the 1970s, telling a spine-tingling true story with haunting realism that makes it easy to forget that it is just a movie. More than just a horror film,Sorrow interweaves themes of revenge and criminal insanity, bringing world-class drama to the genre. It is this dedication to realism and to the artistry that characterized the horror genre in the past that makes Sorrow a film that is not to be forgotten.

With a sneak peek at the film that will soon be making waves in the Houston arts scene, fun activities, and the company of like-minded lovers of films and the arts, the “Uproar” Fundraising Event will be just as unforgettable.



Sorrow, the Movie

Sorrow was conceived as a tribute to the 1970s horror genre. Based on a bone-chilling true story and shot with a realistic cinematic style, it is easy to forget that it is only a movie.

In October of 1992, Detective Salinas becomes entrenched in what is quite possibly the most disturbing crime to shake Fieldhouse, Texas: he finds the corpses of two accused American spree serial killers. Three weeks earlier in La Sal, Utah, Mila Sweeney is on her way to her mother’s house when serial killers, who are eluding state troopers, kidnap her. One of them has just escaped from a psychiatric ward. When Mila’s mother comes looking for her, the serial killers murder her mother right before her eyes. Mila is taken to the Texas hometown of the killers, where she is tortured for days. Once she escapes, Mila is determined to seek revenge on her mother’s killers, taking matters into her own hands.

Sorrow is the cumulative effort of talented Houstonians: up-and-coming filmmaker Millie Loredo—who directed, wrote, and produced the film—and castmembers Eric Martinez, Vanessa Vasquez, Mary Etuk, and Brenden Whitney. OC Films’ Orlando Briones and Cris Rodriguez will also be lending their talents to the film, which will be shot with a RED Epic video camera.



To find out what the film is all about, please visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GnjCqoVwvvg.

For more information, please visit http://www.sorrowthemovie.com/.

“Like” Sorrow on Facebook to subscribe to new updates about the film athttps://www.facebook.com/SorrowtheMovie.

Follow Sorrow on Twitter @SorrowMOV.



Avant Garden

Avant Garden inhabits a history-embedded turn-of-the-century Kraft house. Here, families once celebrated the stages of their lives, loved laughed and finished out their days; the public now calls it Home.

Avant Garden draws patrons both from surrounding Montrose and Museum District neighborhoods and from afar with its nightly events. Avant Garden supports the creative minds of Houston, making it the perfect backdrop for an event like Sorrow’s “Uproar” Fundraising Event.

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