Today is theatrical release debut of Adventure Entertainment award-winning thriller/comedy feature film “18½” from Dan Mirvish (“Between Us,” “Bernard and Huey” and a Slamdance Film Festival Co-founder), having scored the coveted 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, this indie gem has played in over 20 festivals around the globe. “18½” is a 101 Films International, Bugeater Films and Kyyba Films production in association with Syncopated Daydreams and Terry Keefe Media. Adventure Entertainment today release of “18½” theatrically in cinemas beginning with Laemmle Cinemas in Los Angeles and IFC Center in New York, expanding coast-to-coast next Friday. June 3rd (including Portland, Silver Springs, Arlington, Scottsdale, Seattle, Ft. Worth, Ft. Lauderdale, Lincoln, Madison, Staten Island, Columbus, Birmingham, Frankfort, Mesa, Albuquerque, among many others in over 50 markets) with the filmmakers in attendance for Q&A’s in all key markets. We appreciate your review and what to watch coverage consideration!
“18½” acclaimed cast is led by stars Willa Fitzgerald (Amazon’s “Reacher”) , John Magaro (“First Cow”), Vondie Curtis Hall (“Harriet”), Catherine Curtin (Netflix’s “Stranger Things”), Richard Kind (“Argo”), Sullivan Jones (“The Gilded Age”), Alanna Saunders, Claire Saunders, and the legendary voices of Ted Raimi (“Spider-Man”) , Jon Cryer (“Two and a Half Men”), and Bruce Campbell (“Evil Dead”) as President Richard Nixon.
The film “18½” humorously crafts its own narrative into the notorious gap in Nixon’s Watergate scandal. Taking place in 1974, “18½” is about a fictional White House transcriber finds the only copy of the infamous 18½-minute gap in Nixon’s Watergate tapes but her attempts to leak it to the press run afoul of hippies, swingers and nefarious forces.