Film Society of Lincoln Center to Screen INDIGO GREY: THE PASSAGE, 2/13
INDIGO GREY: THE PASSAGE featuring Irish dance, martial arts, and score by EVANESCENCE'S AMY LEE will screen at Film Society of Lincoln Center.
The film Rolling Stone is calling a "Sci-Fi Irish-dance-infused journey"
continues it's festival tour with a New York City premiere at the Film Society of Lincoln Center, Saturday, February 13, at 8:00pm, as part of the Dance on Camera line-up for 2016.
INDIGO GREY: THE PASSAGE, which has won seven international awards, was directed by Brooklyn based filmmaker Sean Robinson, who recently spoke to Billboard about the film.
"Amy's involvement is what really catapulted the project, lending it more visibility than we expected," Robinson tells Billboard. "This film is about taking risks and exploring the lines between fantasy and reality, and by daring to embrace the unknown, we are empowered to experience a catharsis beyond the realm of convention. Amy's vocals lend a really 'pure' sound in the score, capturing our protagonist's innocence, yet curiosity, perfectly," says Robinson. "In the ending -- the emotional climax of the boy's journey, I asked Amy to create a transcendent tone, yet very bold and strong -- the boy is now equipped to 'go into battle.' The building percussion helps underscore this perfectly, allowing the audience to experience that catharsis as well through the climax of the ending music cue. It feels very foreshadowing and powerful."
Written and produced by Hammerstep founders Garrett Coleman and Jason Oremus, the film is based on Hammerstep's INDIGO GREY - a live, immersive show experience, set to open in NYC 2016. Stay tuned to hammerstep.com for more details.
The official online video can be viewed at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxnfEVUs_ug
Tickets for the theatrical screening of "Indigo Grey: The Passage" in New York City can be purchased here: