THE CRUMBLES is an indie rock slice-of-life tragicomedy about Darla and Elisa, two young women struggling to catapult their talented but directionless garage band to stardom. Called “elegant and affectionate” by the LA Times, this lighthearted romp across the east side of Los Angeles offers a fun and realistic portrait of what it’s like to be in a fledgling band. Winner of the Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the 2012 San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival.
Directed by Akira Boch and featuring music by Grammy winner Quetzal Flores.
Cast and Crew will be in attendance.
This is a FREE EVENT!
When: SATURDAY, JANUARY 25 @ 7pm
Where: Tateuchi Democracy Forum
Japanese American National Museum
111 N. Central Ave., LA, CA 90012
Sponsored by the Japanese American National Museum
FREE BEER reception to follow, sponsored by Lagunitas Brewing Company
Afterparty at Wolf & Crane in Little Tokyo starts at 10pm
More info: thecrumbles.com
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