HOLLYWOOD, CA – In its first showing of 2014, the multi-award winning independent feature film, “Abstraction” arrives at the historic New Beverly Cinema in Hollywood, owned by filmmaker Quentin Tarantino. “Abstraction” will premiere there on February 12, 2014 at 8:30pm, as part of the 11th annual Hollywood Reel Independent Film Festival, where it will also receive three new accolades.
“Abstraction” is an intense action crime drama revolving around the heist of a half a million dollar painting. It is written and directed by Prince Bagdasarian and stars the likes of Academy Award® nominee Eric Roberts and Ken Davitian, who is best known for his controversial role in “Borat”.
For the last few months, “Abstraction” has continued screening at prominent festivals while selling out many showings. The film has garnered over a dozen nominations and is the winner of nine awards, including “Excellence in Film”. Following its Toronto, Canada premiere last November, Oscar® nominated director Atom Egoyan stated to director Prince Bagdasarian, “You’ve done an amazing job getting the best from your actors, great locations, and excellent cinematography… very impressive.”
“Abstraction has received rave reviews from audiences and industry professionals alike in the last year” says director Prince Bagdasarian. “I anticipate our very first screening of 2014 to be a great success. It’s exciting to once again be presenting the film to our thousands of local fans and ollowers in Hollywood.”
For more information about the film and to purchase tickets to the February 12th HRIFF festival screening of “Abstraction” at the New Beverly Cinema, please visit: http://www.abstractionfilm.com Tickets to the screening can also be purchased directly from: http://goo.gl/mnpq81