Monday, February 19th

ticket6:30 – 8:30pm
CARNEGIE Institution for Science

Screens with the narrative short Locked Outside


Directed by Scott Perlman
Lead Cast: Jonathan Silverman, Jennifer Finnigan, Scout Taylor-Compton, Richard Portnow, Angela Kinsey, Steven Bauer, Richard Kind, Beth Grant, Thomas Q. Jones, Jonathan Lipnicki
USA / 2017 / 96mins

Adam is a brilliant genetics professor at Andover University. His wife Dawn is a beautiful, talented artist who he loves more than life itself. After she dies in a fire, Adam clones her from a strand of hair that had remained on an old brush. But the woman he created isn’t the same as the woman he married. So he tries again, but since genetics is just a part of who we are, Adam enlists the help of his adorable lab assistant Emma, to help recreate Dawn’s seminal life events, all the while being targeted by Shamus, an insurance investigator who is convinced that Dawn’s death was staged for the money. Adam is desperate to get his wife back exactly the way she was, but there very little strands of hair on the brush, and with each attempt his chances of getting her back grow further away.

Director Bio:
Scott Perlman is an award winning writer, producer, director, and editor. He created the iTV festival grand prize winning show “Going to Pot,” won Emmys for the Fox Sports specials “Make ’em Forget” and “Light it up Like Vegas.” He Received a Page International Screenwriting Gold Prize for the sitcom “Kate & Edith” and was a finalist for “My Best Friend is a Mother F#@ker.” Scott co-wrote the feature film scripts, “Break Free,” optioned by Epiphany Pictures, “Love Handles,” purchased by Able Pear Productions, and Empty Days, optioned by HQ Pictures. Scott is from Chicago where he studied improv comedy at The Second City Theatre with Martin de’Maat, and attended The University of Iowa were he received a BA in Creative Writing and Psychology. As well, Scott performed stand-up comedy throughout the country. Scott resides in Los Angeles.

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