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Dave Made a Maze

An unaccomplished and frustrated artist builds a cardboard box fort in his living room and winds up trapped with a gang of oddball explorers in a fantasy world of his own creation, threatened by booby traps and a bloodthirsty Minotaur.

There will be Q & A's after the following performances:

Friday 8/18 7:40PM at the Monica Film Center
Bill Watterson (director), Steven Sears (writer), John Charles Meyer (producer), Jon Boal (cinematographer), David Egan (editor), Meera Rohit Kumbhani (Actress), Stephanie Allynne (Actress)

Saturday 8/19 3:10PM at the Monica Film Center
Jeff White (Art Director), Mike Murnane (Lead Sculptor), Lauren Melody Shell (Set Dresser/Prop Master), Trisha Gum (Production Designer)

Saturday 8/19 7:40PM at the Monica Film Center
John Charles Meyer (Producer), Adam Busch (Actor), Frank Caeti (Boom Operator), Kirsten Vangsness (Actress)

Sunday 8/20 7:40PM at the Monica Film Center
Steven Sears (Writer), Jeff White (Art Director), Stephanie Allynne (Actress), Kirsten Vangsness (Actress)

Monday 8/21 7:30PM at the Ahrya Fine Arts
Steven Sears (Writer), Rick Overton (Actor), Scott Krinsky (Actor)

Wednesday 8/23 7:40PM at the Monica Film Center
John Charles Meyer (Producer), Nick Thune (Actor), Meera Rohit Kumbhani (Actress), Adam Busch (Actor), Scott Krinsky (Actor), John Hennigan (Actor)

Thursday 8/24 7:40PM at the Monica Film Center
Bill Watterson (Director), James Urbaniak (Actor), Scott Narver (“Cameraman”), Frank Caeti (“Boom Operator”)

Played at

Ahrya Fine Arts, 8.21.17 - 8.21.17
Monica Film Center, 8.18.17 - 8.24.17
Rated NR
Genre: Adventure, Comedy, Horror
Runtime: 81 min
Language: English

Director: Bill Watterson
Writer(s): Bill Watterson, Steven Sears
Cast: Adam Busch, James Urbaniak, John Hennigan, Kirsten Vangsness, Meera Rohit Kumbhani, Nick Thune, Stephanie Allynne
FEATURED REVIEW: Nathanael Hood, The Young Folks
Bill Watterson’s 'Dave Made a Maze' is a film that leaves you grasping for points of comparison. How to describe it? A Murakami Merrie Melody? A Jim Henson film written by Philip K. Dick? Jorge Luis Borges presents Pee-wee’s Playhouse? All tempting descriptions. But I&rsq...