Cool film tomorrow night at The Light Factory

If you’re looking for something different to do tomorrow night (and tired of movies that have “3″ in the title), The Light Factory, the uptown museum of photography and film (housed in Spirit Square), is screening what looks like an interesting film tomorrow night. I’ll just paste the news release below.

Margaret (Catherine Kellner) is a freelance photographer on her first big job, surveying environmental disaster areas. Jay (Ebon Moss- Bachrach), her unemployed ex-boyfriend, joins her for the ride. The trip begins badly when the tape deck in Margaret’s car breaks, and spirals downward from there. The journey forces Margaret and Jay to confront their relationships to the environment, the world and each other.

Road has won several awards from prestigious film festivals, including the Jury Award for Outstanding Performances for Catherine Kellner and Ebon Moss- Bachrach at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Composer of the score for Road, Chris Brokaw won Best Original Score from the Brooklyn International Film Festival.

More information is available by contacting The Light Factory at 704-333-9755 or

Road starts at 7:30 p.m. in the Knight Gallery of Spirit Square. Admission is $7 at the door. —R.T.

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