SCREENING & EVENTS

DVD & DIGITAL PLATFORMS
LOST ANGELS: SKID ROW IS MY HOME is now available on DVD and digital platforms.

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Only the DVD offers these special Bonus Features:
Director’s Commentary
Theatrical Trailer
Photo Gallery
5.1 Surround Sound

Stream the film for FREE on HULU
Stream for $3.99 on AMAZON INSTANT
Coming to Netflix in May!



THEATRICAL PRESENTATIONS HAVE INCLUDED:
TWO WEEK RUN STARTED DECEMBER 7, 2013

SPECIAL PRESENTATION OF THE FILM AT SACRAMENTO’S HISTORIC CREST THEATRE on February 6, 2013 Presented by CALIFORNIA STATE ASSEMBLYMEMBER HOLLY J. MITCHELL, CHAIR OF THE CALIFORNIA LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS and SACRAMENTO MAYOR KEVIN JOHNSON


EDUCATIONAL & PUBLIC SCREENINGS

Cinema Libre Studio offers several options that will fit your budget and allow you to publically share this wonderful film with your community.

BRING THE FILM TO A THEATER
Call, email, and speak to the staff at your local art house theatre and let them know you are interested in seeing this film and can help bring the audience.
Have your local theater contact screening@cinemalibrestudio.com.

ORGANIZE A SCREENING
SCREEN THE FILM IN A PUBLIC VENUE SUCH AS AN AUDITORIUM, A CHURCH OR A FESTIVAL (Public performance license for 150-300 people)
$500 – College/University/Other Click Here vs. 50% if admission is charged
$300 – Non-Profits/K-12/Public Libraries Click Here vs. 50% if admission is charged

USE THE FILM AS AN EDUCATIONAL TOOL IN AT YOUR UNIVERSITY OR SCHOOL
DVD w/ Educational License (Classroom Use ONLY)
$300 – College/University/Other (cannot be used for Public Screening unless additional rights are purchased.) Click Here
$150 – Non-Profits/K-12/Other (Cannot be used for Public Screening unless additional rights are purchased.) Click Here

SHARE THE FILM WITH YOUR GROUP OR ORGANIZATION
GRASSROOTS SPECIAL (DVDs + Screenings; All Sales Final)
$50 – Buy 5 DVDs at $10 each and CLS will waive 1 PPR for audiences up to 50 people.
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$200 – Buy 25 DVDs at $8 each and CLS will waive 1 PPR for audiences up to 150, no admission charged.
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$350 – Buy 50 DVDs at $7 each and CLS will waive one (1) PPR for audiences up to 300, no admission charged.
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$600 – Buy 100 DVDs at $6 each and CLS will waive 1 PPR for audiences up to 300, no admission charged.
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GIVE THE GIFT OF THE FILM – use it as a premium or board member gift.
BULK SALES – For approved non-profits and activists (All sales are final.)
$200 – Buy 25 DVDs at $8 each.
$350 – Buy 50 DVDs at $7 each.
$500 – Buy 100 DVDs at $5 each.
Contact: sales@cinemalibrestudio.com

Download these programs and more, here.
The People

...puts a human face on these so readily dismissed individuals that inhabit the Skid Row area...

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The Film

Although its stated purpose is to reduce crime in the area, for many the program is nothing more than officially sanctioned class warfare.

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The Filmmakers

Sometimes you just know when something's not right. You see it, or hear it, and you know instinctively there's something missing.

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LOST ANGELS - skid row is my home

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"Humanistic portrait of Los Angeles' Skid Row"

Narrated by Catherine Keener, LOST ANGELS: SKID ROW IS MY HOME takes an uncompromising yet life-affirming look at the lives of eight remarkable individuals--people who have found a way to make a life for themselves within the community of homelessness. The film shows how their descent into society’s basement has been exacerbated by the forces of gentrification and the increasing criminalization of homeless people, while exposing the draconian changes to the mental health care system that have brought us here.

With the support of a vast array of advocates, especially the services of Lamp Community, the mission featured in the Jamie Foxx/ Robert Downey Jr. film, THE SOLOIST, many residents of Skid Row have found a way to stick together and fight back.

Directed by Thomas Napper, LOST ANGELS demonstrates how proactive approaches to homelessness–most specifically that of providing housing–are helping many to recover from mental illness and substance abuse and to find stability. For many, Skid Row is, perhaps improbably, the last place to find refuge and build a life of meaning…proving that sometimes home is where the help is.

Coming soon to select theaters.

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Reviews

“Lost Angels' Film Puts Human Faces On Homeless Crisis In Los Angeles”
"LOST ANGELS: The true story behind The Soloist hits the big screen"
'Lost Angels' "Finds Struggle and Grace Among Skid Row’s Homeless"
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