On Saturday, November 6th, the Thomaston Opera House in Connecticut will host a screening and discussion of independent filmmaker Nathan Wrann’s second feature film, Burning Inside. The film, which starts at 7:30pm, will immediately be followed by a discussion with writer/director Wrann and the cast and crew of the movie.
West Haven, CT based Wrann explains why he chose screening his film at the historic venue:
“The Thomaston Opera House is a beautifully restored, historic theater that we scouted while looking for locations for our next project, a short film adaptation of Edgar Allan Poe’s ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’. Upon entering the theater I immediately fell in love with the remarkable craftsmanship found in the auditorium. While discussing its use as a location we discovered that the theater is equipped to screen movies and knew that it would be a perfect venue for a screening of ‘Burning Inside‘.”
Starring Michael Wrann, Kristina Powis, and Bret Logan, the cast and crew of of the movie is almost exclusively made up of local, Connecticut residents. Nathan Wrann and Kimberly Dalton, the husband and wife producing team, decided to create literate and thought provoking underground movies, with a depth of plot and intensity.
Burning Inside, which premiered earlier this year at the Connecticut Film Festival, follows the story of a man, played by Michael Wrann, who suffers from severe amnesia after a vicious beating. When he attempts to return a sense of normalcy to a life he no longer remembers, the pain of his lost memories provokes him into seeking revenge.
To purchase tickets for the screening, which will be sold for $3, please call the Thomaston Opera House box office: (860)-283-6250.