Tue, Dec 10 | 7:00 PM


Director-Will Addison Adventure, Crime, Comedy 95 minute runtime
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Time & Location

Dec 10, 2019, 7:00 PM
7:00 PM, New People Cinema 1746 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94115, USA

About The Event


Shot with a gritty '70s road-movie aesthetic, Easy Does It follows the scrappy anti-heroics of two Mississippi no-hopers on a treasure hunt of epic proportions. In their chase for the American Dream, these not-so-natural-born killers somehow stumble into national notoriety as public enemies number one and two. Geeky dreamboat hostage in tow, this trio of star-crossed friends careen across the American Southwest in a blaze of fireworks, color gels, and weed-induced animation sequences. An analogue scrapbook of blood-and-paint-soaked folksiness, the film exposes the jacked-up machismo and delusions of grandeur that fuel the aspirational hearts of crooks, cops, and those caught in the middle.

Benji Carver review

The kind of freewheelin' road trip crime saga I look forward to seeing at indie genre film festivals. A pure octane and beer throwback to the days of Easy Rider and Two Lane Blacktop with a dash of asphalt fun of the Cohen Bros in Raising Arizona in technocolor. An ensemble of great performances with killer turns by Sara Gordan as Blue Eyes.

Written by Rebecca Reece 

a retro-stylized 70s road movie. The film is already seeing tons of praise, and to hype up their release, even more, producers have added some big names to the production.

Easy Does It, announced today new cast additions John Goodman and Harry Shearer in voice roles as radio personalities. Goodman and Shearer join an all-star supporting cast with the Terminator series’ Linda Hamilton as the film’s crime matriarch, plus Mad Men’s Bryan Batt and Beasts of the Southern Wild’s Dwight Henry as cops in pursuit of the film’s anti-heroes (played by Ben Matheny and Matthew Martinez).

Easy Does It takes cues from Coen brother dark comedies like The Big Lebowski and Raising Arizona; so including the incomparable John Goodman was a fun homage to those films. With Harry it’s simpler, I’m a huge Simpsons fan, and Harry has a super versatile voice, so that was a thrill for us as well.” – Said Easy Does It, Director Will Addison. 

The film also announced today that Patrick Carney of popular American rock duo, The Black Keys, wrote and performed the film’s title theme song. The Black Keys have had a busy year, releasing “Let’s Rock,” their first album in five years and embarking on a North American tour. Carney is no stranger to title themes having also written and produced the title song for the popular Netflix series Bojack Horseman.

Directed by 

Will Addison

Writing Credits(in alphabetical order)

Will AddisonBen Matheny

Cast(in credits order)

Linda Hamilton...King George Bryan Batt...Officer Owens Ben Matheny...Jack BucknerDwight Henry...Chief Parker Matthew Paul Martinez...Scottie Aldo Cory Dumesnil...Collin Hornsby Susan Gordon...Blue Eyes Isabel De La Cruz...Bohlina Salgado Catherine Cappiello...Darlin Turner Crumbley...Officer Ed Dennis Thomas IV...Officer Hank Sophie Howell...Firework Faye Summer Selby...Freeny Clerk Mamie Morgan...Dispatch Doris Jacob McManus...Jacob McManus Julio Castillo...Clerk Carlos Carol Ann Scruggs...Reporter #1 Casey Groves...Reporter #2 Emily Russell...Jack's Mother Michael Martin...Weathered Crate Man Kevin J. McGrath...Weathered Crate Man Shane Guilbeau...Weathered Crate Man Desiree Parent...Aberdeen Cashier Rest of cast listed alphabetically:John Goodman...'Catfish' Crawford (voice)Arabella Landrum...Seagull Susie Edward Parker...Reporter Harry Shearer...'Breezy' Bob Mckee (voice)David Shiflett...Weathered Crate Man Charlie Talbert...Mack 

Produced by 

Will Addison...producerBryan Batt...associate producerBruno Doria...co-executive producerSean Flanagan...co-producerLee Garcia...co-producerAlexa Georges...executive producerConstantine Georges...associate producerLizzie Guitreau...producerDwight Henry...associate producerBeal Locke...co-producerBen Maner...co-producerMatthew Paul Martinez...associate producerBen Matheny...producerJon Perry...co-producerSarah Smith...associate producerAndrew Vogel...associate producer

Music by 

Jordan Lehning

Cinematography by 

Bruno Doria

Film Editing by 

Stephen Pfeil

Casting By 

Matthew Morgan

Production Design by 

Katie Bulla

Costume Design by 

Ellen Bull

Makeup Department 

Megan Teachworth...makeup department head

Production Management 

Ben Maner...unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director 

Lee Garcia...first assistant director

Sound Department 

Andrew Austin...additional sound mixerLee Garcia...additional sound mixerBeal Locke...additional sound mixerBen Sellers...sound designer / sound mixer

Visual Effects by 

Tony Agliata...visual effects artistJustin Babin...visual effects artistIan Cessna...visual effects artistBruno Doria...visual effects artistBen Maner...visual effects artistMatteo Migliorini...FX ArtistWesley O'Mary...visual effects artistBen Samuels...visual effects artist / visual effects supervisorDustin Tylman...visual effects artistAlex Wiltz...visual effects artist

Casting Department 

Scotty Whitehurst...casting assistant

Editorial Department 

Bradley Greer...Digital Intermediate Colorist

Location Management 

Beal Locke...location manager

Music Department 

Patrick J. Carney...title musicCarter Little...music supervisor

Other crew 

Lizzie Guitreau...production coordinatorJon Perry...assistant production coordinatorWilliam Ramsey...Production Legal

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Release Dates | Official Sites | Company Credits | Filming & Production | Technical Specs


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Time & Location

Oct 25, 2017 at 9:00pm - 10:30pm PDT

New People, 1746 Post St, San Francisco, CA 94115, USA

About The Event

Ted Geoghegan 2017, USA, 91 mins

The War of 1812 has revived violent hostilities between the British and their erstwhile American colonial subjects. The powerful Mohawk nation of the New York region is divided as to whom they should stand by, and so they maintain a position of neutrality. They want no part in the killing – but the killing is coming to them. An impulsive attack on an American encampment has drawn the vengeful attentions of a ragged band of American military renegades, led by the vicious, racist Hezekiah Holt. Oak, Calvin, and their British lover Joshua flee into the woods so familiar to them, but the murderous musketeers on their trail will not be deterred. Not without the spilling of blood.