Not ICFS, but...
New York Film Critics Series presents
THE HOUSE OF TOMORROW
(plus on-screen, post-film interviews with cast scheduled
to be recorded April 17th at the NYC premiere screening)
A sheltered teen and a latter-day punk rocker hope to get laid, become punk gods, and survive high school. 16 year old Sebastian has spent most of his life with his grandmother (Academy Award Winner Ellen Burstyn) in their geodesic dome home where she raises him on the futurist teachings of her former mentor, R. Buckminster Fuller. She also operates the home as a tourist attraction, and – when a Christian tour group passes through – Sebastian comes to meet Jared, a chain-smoking, punk-obsessed teen. Smitten by this strange new thing called punk, and also shyly attracted to Jared’s belligerent older sister, Meredith (a “revelatory” Maude Apatow), the two boys form a band to an exciting soundtrack of Black Flag, The Stranglers, Stiff Little Fingers, The Germs, Richard Hell and other punk luminaries. Asa Butterfield (Ender’s Game, also Simon Pegg and Nick Frost’s upcoming Slaugherhouse Rulez) stars along with Alex Wolff (My Friend Dahmer, and the younger of the two Boston Marathon bombers in 2016’s Patriots Game). Also starring an "outstanding" Nick Offerman. Rated punk. 85 minutes.
Monday, April 23 at 7pm
$9 General Admission; $6 Seniors, Students w/ID