HOLLYWOOD — The independent feature film, “Abstraction” arrives at the famous Hollywood Egyptian theater as the “Centerpiece Film” for the 16th annual ARPA International Film Festival on Friday, September 27, 2013 at 8:00pm. The film is nominated for three new awards at the festival, including “Best Feature”, “Best Director” and “Best Screenplay”.
“Abstraction” is an intense crime drama revolving around the heist of a half a million dollar painting. It is written and directed by Prince Bagdasarian and stars Academy Award® nominee Eric Roberts (Dark Knight, Expendables), Ken Davitian (Borat, The Artist), Hunter Ives, Korrina Rico (School Dance, In Time), Natalie Victoria (Deadheads), Richard Manriquez, and James Lewis (Gacy House).
Last month, “Abstraction” was nominated for ten awards at the Action on Film Festival, winning five of those awards, including “Excellence in Filmmaking in a Major Genre”, “Best Editing” and “Best Cinematography”. Earlier this month, “Abstraction” screened to a large theater audience at the sold out official Los Angeles premiere, where it was well received by industry professionals and moviegoers alike. This week, the film was also an “Opening Film” at the Big Bear Lake International Film Festival.
To purchase tickets to the Hollywood Egyptian Theater screening at the ARPA Film Festival, please visit: http://www.itsmyseat.com/events/256996.html For additional information about the film, please visit: http://www.abstractionfilm.com