Figment was an enveloping show. Smash a bunch of Bayeria locals together on a central Oakland inner-neighborhood park, and set them loose to do art on each other. It was an honor to be considered among them. No money exchanged hands, this was done purely for the pleasure of film.
Those of you here as a result of visiting our exhibit, thanks for your time, and especially the response. Now I know what it feels like to have fans! (Kinda creepy, actually). I know you were just in love with all our beautiful cast on site, but I don't mind the crumbs of that admiration.
It was a fantastic way to go out, finally retiring this show (after 3 events), selling the truck (email me if you're interested - fully self contained and solar power!), and ultimately having a day-long party with all you fellow weirdos.
Biggest thanks to the LANSING, who is a bulldozer of facilitating and feather tickler of inspiration.
As promised, here's a full copy of the movie for your viewing (and sharing) pleasure...
This weekend (October 18th and 19th), the Box Theater will be at the Treasure Island Music Fesitval, conveniently located right up against the porta-potties. Keep an eye out for our costumed ushers, who will attend to all your movie-going needs, with the exception of refilling the toilet paper.
The Box Theater is the "art" arm of shootscutsflicks, working in conjunction with the bay area's newest and quirkiest art facilitator, Larry Lansing. We've built a mobile cinema in the back of a box truck, and are presenting a full (but condensed) movie theater experience, that'll leave you laughing or crying. In most cases, both.
After the art season is up, we'll be posting the exclusive film (I hate how prentious that sounds) to enjoy on the yootoobs. In the meantime, say hi to the Box Theater team, and put aside ten minutes to enjoy the full mini-cinematic experience!