Can humans stay on top of the evolutionary chain? ‘Apocalypsis
West Hollywood, California (Friday, March 2nd, 2018) – Apocalypsis is the latest production from the Leiser Brothers. Directed by Eric Leiser, Apocalypsis envisions a world after Revelations, in which the world regenerates itself. This indie sci-fi feature is the third in a trilogy. Imagination (2008) and Glitch in the Grid (2012) were the initial two films. This latest feature stars: Maria Bruun, Chris O’Leary and Eros Galbiati. A preview of film’s upcoming release is hosted here.
The trailer reveals more of the film’s chaos. Evelyn (Bruun) must seek shelter as a black hole swallows up her universe. On the other side, Evelyn hopes for renewal, in a different world.
Apocalypsis was acquired at the European Film Market, by Indican Pictures. It is slated for a multi-format release, including several theatrical showings. On March 2nd, this title will have its World Premiere in Philadelphia, at the Whitney Museum of American Art. This theatrical release will be followed by several other theatrical showings, across the United States (LA, NYC, Chicago). On March 20th, Apocalypsis will be available across the United States, on Digital platforms. This release coincides will a simultaneous DVD release, on this same date. Fans of sci-fi will be able to see this mind-bending, unrated feature, in just a couple of days!
The film’s official synopsis: Set in a parallel universe entering a black hole, a woman reading the book of Revelation has visions of regeneration during Anthropocene. Can humans stay on top of the evolutionary chain or have we reached the point of no return…
Release Date: March 2nd, 2018 (Theatrical) and March 20th, 2018 (Digital, DVD).
Director/writer: Eric Leiser.
Cast: Maria Bruun, Chris O’Leary, Eros Galbiati, Azumi Tsutsui, Ross Weinick, Stacy Kessler, Bill DiVita and Jenny Hutton.
More details at Indican: http://www.indicanpictures.com/indicanpictures/apocalypsis/
*available soon at Amazon.
Notes: Apocalypsis will also show at: the Mars Gallery in New Jersey (Mar. 2nd), the Anthology Film Archives (March 2nd), the Egyptian Movie Theater, LA FilmForum (March 9th), The San Diego Regent (Mar 9th), the Upcoming: Cinema Village in NYC (March 16th) and the Mediawave Theater in Chicago, IL (April, TBA).
About Indican Pictures: Indican Pictures acquires and distributes feature films to a broad range of entertainment outlets by providing a diverse selection of movies across: theatrical, home video, TV, VOD, PPV and streaming platforms.