Second ‘The FP’ Poster

Drafthouse Films has released a list of theaters that will be showing this dance comedy starting March 16th.
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Second ‘The FP’ Poster

Drafthouse Films, the film distribution arm of the world-famous Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, announced The FP will open on March 16 in select cities and will have its red carpet premiere in Los Angeles on February 25. A ferocious nod to big-budget studio action fare and underdog sports dramas of the 1980s, The FP is a high-concept comedy set in a dystopian near future where a relentless turf war rages. Two rival gangs feud for control of rural wasteland Frazier Park in the deadly arena of competitive dance video game "Beat-Beat Revelation." The new theatrical one-sheet can be seen below.

The FP Poster #2

Directed by fourth generation filmmaker brothers and real-life Frazier Park, CA natives Jason Trost and Brandon Trost (Cinematographer, Crank High Voltage, Rob Zombie 's upcoming The Lords of Salem), The FP is a homegrown family production with Hollywood special effects expert father Ron Trost (Mortal Kombat) as co-producer/FX coordinator and accomplished costume designer sister Sarah Trost (2010 Project Runway: And Sew It Begins contestant) as the designer for more than 40 uniquely iconic character costumes. The film is also Executive Produced by Jason Blum and Steven Schneider of Paranormal Activity and Insidious fame. Following its world premiere at the 2011 SXSW Film Festival as part of Fantastic Fest's midnight selection, the film was celebrated as "loud, furious and recklessly funny" (Indiewire) and called a "rare, ready-made cult hit." (Moviefone).

" The FP is an ambitious, explosive and hilarious indie film achievement," says Evan Husney, Director of Drafthouse Films, "and we are delighted to expose the Trost's warped vision with the largest audience possible this March." Draftouse Films CEO/Founder Tim League elaborated, "as fellow fans of films like Kickboxer and Rocky IV we've been immersed in the films The FP lovingly homages."

Commenting on their filmmaking journey, co-director/writer/star Jason Trost said "it's both exciting and bittersweet. We've been working on this movie for so long, it's almost like sending our kid off to college. But, you know... hopefully our kid makes a name for itself and doesn't piss the world off too much." Co-director/cinematographer Brandon Trost added, "there is no better place to release our mutant spawn into the world than with Drafthouse Films. They totally get it."

The FP will premiere at The Cinefamily on (611 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles CA) at the historic Silent Movie Theater on February 25at 10:00pm and will open theatrically on March 16 in the following theaters and markets:

  • New York City, NY - The Village East Cinema

    Los Angeles, CA - The Cinefamily

    Orange County, CA - AMC Orange

    Austin, TX - Alamo Drafthouse South Lamar, Alamo Drafthouse Village

    San Francisco, CA - The Roxie Theater

    Seattle, WA - The SIFF Theater

    Portland, OR - The Hollywood Theatre

    Chicago, IL - The Music Box

    Cambridge, MA - The Brattle Theatre

    Houston, TX - Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (locations TBA)

    San Antonio, TX - Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (locations TBA)

    Denver, CO - The Denver Film Center

    Washington DC - AMC Hoffman

    Dallas, TX - AMC Arlington

    Dallas, TX - AMC Mesquite

    Phoenix, AZ - AMC Arizona Center

    Phoenix, AZ - AMC Westgate

    Tampa, FL - AMC Veterans

    Miami, FL - AMC Aventura

    Atlanta, GA - AMC South Lake

    Baltimore, MD - AMC Owings

    Philadelphia, PA - AMC Cherry Hill

    Pittsburg, PA - AMC Waterfront

    Detroit, MI - AMC Forum

    San Diego, CA - AMC Mission Valley

    St. Louis, MO - AMC West Olive

    Minneapolis, MN - Lagoon Cinema (opens 3/23)

For showtimes and ticketing information: The FP

The FP was released March 16th, 2012.

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