CLOCKING THE T
Directed By: Michael Thibault | Runtime: 105 min | Plays In Short Block: None
Dave is a professional internet troll who lies for a living. Candace is in human resources at a blood lab with a bipolar boss. In this modern spin on the romantic comedy, they meet online and circle the airport of their relationship refusing to land, and find it’s hard to hug someone when you’re keeping them at arm’s length. “Clocking The T’ is a truly original micro-budget indie about how the lies we tell others just end up being the lies we tell ourselves. And that maybe before one can be honest with others you have to be true to yourself first. It’s funny, it’s romantic, it’s startling, it zigs, it zags, it’s everything you want in an independent film. Co-written and directed by Michael Thibault, a 56 year-old who was laying in bed one morning reading the r/filmmakers sub-Reddit and I thought, ‘Hey, if these kids can buy a camera and make a movie, so can I.’ So he did. With the help of his wife, Erika, producing, a whole lot of begging for favors, and more pain and defeat than can be considered medically healthy, it turned out pretty damn good. Starring Jana Nawartschi, Ben Hicks, Lee Simonds, Chantal Lashon, Rebecca Reaney, Eric Lauritzen, Ashford J. Thomas, and Reina Guthrie. Featuring a knockout score by Gideon Freudmann and songs by Zack David.
|October 21, 2018||7:45 PM||Theater 12|
|October 24, 2018||2:00 PM||Theater 8|
* If filmmakers are present, there will be a 15 minute Q&A after the end credit sequence.
|Country of Origin:||USA|