NOTE: All seating is first come first serve. A ticket does not guarantee a seat.
All students and staff must have your school-issued ID visible and with you at all times.
Only one request per student.
**As a courtesy to our guest, we ask that you stay for the Q&A.**
The Los Angeles Film School & Jeff Goldsmith present:
6363 Sunset Blvd. Hollywood CA, 90028
B1 Main Theater – 7:30 PM
A young woman (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) is forced to cope with her new life after waking up from a nearly fatal accident in this thriller from director Dan Trachtenberg. After narrowly avoiding serious injuries in a car wreck, Michelle (Winstead) awakens in the care of a man who claims to have found her at the scene, and who brought her to his home after a catastrophic chemical attack devastated the surrounding area.
View a trailer of the film.
We take a larger number of RSVPs than seats available to compensate for the no-show percentage so all seating is first come first serve. If tickets are sold out you are welcome to show up and you will be seated if room becomes available. LA Film School guests, please line up inside the theatre lobby.
Use of cell phones or computers during the screening is strictly prohibited and you will be asked to leave.
If you feel you are unable to stand in line for a long period of time, we kindly request that you take a seat on the benches in the B1 theatre lobby and have your guest stand in line to secure a spot. Then when guest/s arrive to the point where they can enter and check in, you will walk in with your guest. Unfortunately, no one will be allowed in before the doors officially open, since we have to give the production team time to set up and test the equipment without an audience.