Sunday, April 14 • 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Kino Industries Screens Participatory Movie "Late Shift" w/ Q&A

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Warning: This program may include adult themes and language. You are encouraged to use your discretion in viewing, listening and otherwise participating. Thank you! 

Late Shift is the world’s first award-winning feature-length participative movie. This pulse-pounding thriller is about a young Londoner forced to take part in an audacious robbery co-written by Tobias Weber and screenwriter Michael Robert Johnson (Pompeii, Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes). Using CtrlMovie’s patented playback system, the film gives audiences the power to control more than 180 of its protagonist’s decisions — both large and small — creating countless possible storylines leading to one of seven very different conclusions. The Late Shift theatrical experience sees the movie’s fate unfold by majority vote, as the audience makes real-time decisions together using the «CtrlMovie» app on their smartphones and tablets. Experience the movie to be followed with a Q&A with the movie’s screenwriters and producers, and the debut of their first animated film

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Scott C. Silver

Scott C. Silver is an American-born filmmaker who is also an award-winning editor with more than eight years of post-production experience. Silver hails from a line of entrepreneurs and business has taken him to China, Mexico, Canada and Southeast Asia. He has a degree in film from... Read More →

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Chady Eli Mattar

Too busy on set to shave...
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Tobias Weber

Tobias studied filmmaking at the London Film School. After graduating and working a certain time in digital post production, Tobias Weber began directing commercials for clients such as IKEA, NIKE oder UBS. He set up his own advertising agency and film production company in Zurich... Read More →

Sunday April 14, 2019 3:00pm - 5:00pm PDT
Newstory Stage