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Custodian – Screening with Q/A

Event Start Date: 05/24/0024
Event End Date: 05/24/2024
Event Start Time: 7:00pm
Event End Time: 9:00pm
Ticket Price: Limited Tickets - $10.00 each online. Additional $2 at door.
Event Description:

This event will be screening a film with Q&A after the movie with the cast and crew.

Custodian (The Tragedy of Trav Cone) is a film by local, first-time filmmaker, Loren David Howard. It is a musical dark comedy, following a homeless musician who begins working as a custodian at a music studio. Blending off-beat humor, outsider music, and indie sensibilities, this feature film was produced by a cast and crew of local musicians and filmmakers for less than $1,000, all shot in NH and VT.

Movie Description: Not Rated. This movie has strong language and violence. Parental Discretion is advised for anyone under 18
Travis, a musician living in his car, gets his keyboard broken at an open mic and so, must go on a journey to make enough money to buy another one. He gets a job cleaning at a music studio, owned by an egotistical boss named Alan, and his sidekick producer, Chris. As bands come and go from the studio, Travis cleans up messes, and begins to secretly record when no one else is around. In between, Travis keeps returning to the same open mic to play his songs for a live audience. Alan and Chris fail to keep bands in the studio, and come to find themselves blaming the new guy, Travis.

Director Bio:
Loren David Howard is a musician and filmmaker from Claremont, NH. He works as an apprentice editor for Florentine Films and graduated from Keene State College, Summa Cum Laude, with a bachelor’s degree in Film Production. He has made several award-winning shorts, plays shows with his band Chodus, and has a few new projects in the works. Growing up in Claremont, he always found a way to be creative, whether it was volunteering at his local access station, putting on local live music events, or making skits and music videos with his friends. This lifelong love for creating has carried him into a career making movies

Tickets are limited.  Online tickets are $10. Tickets at the door will be charged $2 fee.
First come, First Served.

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