BLISS From Joe Begos To Premiere At Tribeca Film Festival

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BLISS
Written, Produced & Directed by Joe Begos

World Premiere At Tribeca Film Festival
Saturday, April 27
9:45pm
at Village East Cinema
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It’s no secret I’m a fan Joe Begos, especially his second film The Mind’s Eye and I’d been wondering lately what he was up to. Well, I got my answer in the mail this morning, his latest film, Bliss. will be premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival. Here’s still and trailer along with showtimes for anyone who’ll be attending.

BLISS
Written, Produced & Directed by Joe Begos
Country: USA
Language: English
Genre: Horror
Producers: Joe Begos, Josh Ethier, Graham Skipper, Caroline Metz, Lyle Kanouse, Audrey Wasilewski
Executive Producer: Terry Shaikh
Co-Producer: Brian Dutton, Matt Mercer
Cinematographer: Mike Testin
Editor: Josh Ethier
Composer: Steve Moore
Production Designer: Adele Fenner
Costume Designer: Adriane Shown
Run time: 80 minutes

Film Synopsis: Known for her dark and macabre artwork, painter Dezzy Donahue (Dora Madison) is in a professional rut. Unable to finish her newest commissioned work, Dezzy looks to reignite her creative juices by letting loose-as in, taking every drug in sight and tearing through raucous house parties and heavy metal bars. After a few nights spent with her debauchery-loving friends Courtney (Tru Collins) and Ronnie (Rhys Wakefield), though, Dezzy notices changes within herself. On the positive side, she’s finally painting again, but she’s also developing a strange desire for blood. As someone who has never been able to control her vices in the first place, Dezzy is quickly and violently consumed by this bloodlust.

With his previous films, Almost Human (2013) and The Mind’s Eye (2015), filmmaker Joe Begos won the hearts of horror lovers through his stylistic nostalgia and inhibition-free penchant for brutality. Upping the ante, BLISS roars with searing visuals, kinetic energy, an endearing nastiness, and a ferociously all-in lead performance from Madison. Although it’s set in modern-day Los Angeles, BLISS harkens back to the grimy days of New York City grindhouse cinema, when films like Abel Ferrara’s The Driller Killer and Bill Lustig’s Maniac were the norm. 

Screening TimesWorld Premiere | Saturday, April 27, 9:45pm @ Village East Cinema  
Public Screening #2 | Sunday, April 28, 9:45pm @ Village East Cinema 
Public Screening #3 | Wednesday, May 1, 9:45pm @ Village East Cinema 

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Jim Morazzini

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