The news we've all been waiting for is finally here. Tickets for our world premiere screening of Komatose are finally on sale.
You can purchase tickets online by following the link below:
Once at the site, you will have to change the date to Wednesday September 10th then you will find the tickets for Komatose at the bottom of the page.
And if you're in Toronto, you can also pick up your tickets in person before the screening at the Carlton Cinema (20 Carlton Cinema just east of Yonge).
Tickets are $8 and we recommend that you get your tickets in advance as things will sell out fast.
The schedule has finally been released! Komatose will have it's world premiere screening this September at the T.O. Indie Film Fest (Toronto Independent Film Festival).
Komatose is set to screen on Wednesday September 10th 2014 at 6:00PM at the Carlton cinema in Toronto.
For more details on what is playing at the festival, please check out their website at the link below.
We hope to see you there!
We have some amazing news:
Komatose was officially selected to take part in this year's Toronto Independent Film Festival!
We look forward to holding our WORLD PREMIERE screening this September in Toronto. More details about the date and time of our screening will be release closer to the festival itself.
On behalf of the cast and crew of Komatose, we want to thank all of you for your help and support of our film. We could not have completed this phenomenal film without you so THANK YOU!
Nostalgia is a drug in the cinematic fever dream of Komatose.
When Perry (Andrew Pigott) is presented with the opportunity to re-experience his most treasured memories through an experimental narcotic called Komatic, the lines of his reality soon begin to blur and give way to a nightmarish path of self-destruction.
Bolstered by an unrelenting tension and unflinching honesty, the genre-bending world of Komatose depicts a dark and hypnotic cautionary tale for the insta-culture, as experienced by a man unable to cope with his deepest and most troubling obsessions.
Living in the past has never felt so real.