Filmmaker in attendance!
In this visceral three-year race against time, Tim Carey, a talented, yet unknown LA artist bluffs his way into winning the commission to create the largest stained-glass window of its kind. The problem is, he doesn’t know how to make it.
Tim is a bit of a jackass, who uses wit and humor to charm you into forgiving his flaws. When he hits the many obstacles that emerge when attempting to make a masterpiece, he has to put down his ego and submit to the life and artistic lessons of a complicated master, who has already preceded him in greatness. As the story unfolds, the clash of two big personalities slowly transforms into the forging of a lasting friendship.
HOLY FRIT is a universally fun, heartfelt and comedic look into the drama of any human endeavor which is greater than the sum of its parts.
“10 out of 10… The last time I was this entertained by an art documentary, it was Exit Through the Gift Shop” — Josiah Teal, Filmthreat
Saturday, February 17 at 4 PM. Tickets $10. Join us for a conversation after the screening with HOLY FRIT Writer & Director Justin Monroe and Holy Frit subject Tim Carey and moderated by Sean Williams following the screening.