Columbia Film Screening "The Mend" opening in LA this weekend


Come out and support fellow Columbia alums in their successful collaborative work "The Mend".  The film received rave reviews from the New York Times and premieres this weekend in West Hollywood. 

Join us for the "The Mend" showing this Sunday at 4:15pm followed by drinks afterwards with the film makers at the bar/patio area of the Sundance theater.

Be sure to purchase your movie tickets through this link for Sunday at 4:15 - Sundance Cinemas

and RSVP below at the bottom of the page if you are able to join after the screening for drinks.  (Additional details will be emailed to those who have RSVP'd on where to meet in the bar/patio area.)

FYI:  Additional screening times for "The Mend" are this Friday – Sunday:

11:30am, 1:50pm, 4:15pm, 7:15pm, 10:00pm



THE MEND (2014, Cinelicious Pics, 111 min.)  For anyone who’s ever loathed and loved a sibling in equal measure, The Mend is the wonderfully strange and acidic debut comedy from writer / director John Magary.  Shot through with the wicked humor and anarchy of Bruce Robinson's Withnail & I and Mike Leigh's Naked, The Mend follows a mismatched yin-yang pair of NYC brothers, loose cannon Mat (Josh Lucas in a career-best performance) and put-upon Alan (Stephen Plunkett) as they stagger dimly towards some understanding of love, women, masculinity and what it truly means to be a brother. Featuring a gorgeous, minimalist score by Michi Wiancko & Judd Greenstein and beautiful, fluid cinematography by Chris Teague (Obvious Child), the film unfolds as three stylistically distinct but interwoven acts, each with its own mesmerizing rhythm.  With superb supporting performances by Mickey Sumner (Frances Ha) and Lucy Owen as the brothers’ sharp-tongued girlfriends.  “Bizarre and beautiful and organic” – David Gordon Green.

Recent reviews:

New York Magazine
The Mend Review: Deeply Satisfying Ambiguity -- Vulture - New York Magazine

New York Times
Review: Hapless Brothers and Their Lovers Intersect in ‘The Mend’ - The New York Times

Village Voice
‘The Mend’ Cuts Much Deeper Than Most Shaggy Indies | Village Voice

Time Out New York
The Mend (2015): This bawdy tale of brotherly love leaves a mark. - Time Out New York

Social Media:

website: THE MEND
twitter: @TheMendFilm
Instagram: @themendfilm

Columbia Alums involved in the project:

John Magary - Director / Writer
Myna Joseph - Producer
Chris Teague - Director of Photography
Markus Kirschner - Production Designer & Costume Designer
Mayuran Tiruchelvam - Line Producer
Willem Lee - Production Supervisor
Rob Cristiano - Production Coordinator
2nd AD - Michele De Caro
Graham Mason--titles design
Caryn Waechter-- set photography
Members of Sunset Television appear in the film: Graham Mason, Alex Goldberg, Drew Blatman, Karrie Crouse
Also appearing Shariq Saddiqui

August 30, 2015 at 4:15pm - 7:15pm

Sundance Cinemas

8000 Sunset Blvd
West Hollywood, CA 90046
United States
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