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Time Trap Directed
Mark Dennis and Ben Foster USA / 2017 / 87 minutes East Coast Premiere
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Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Mark Dennis, Ben Foster, Zachary Matt
The Premise: A group of archeology students, searching for their missing teacher, become trapped inside a mysterious cave where time passes at a different pace than in the outside world. The Realization: A time-bending science fiction adventure that is smart, entertaining and grips you from start to finish. Using a simple notion of time passing faster outside than inside the cave, what initially starts out as a straightforward rescue expedition soon becomes a spooky sci-fi mystery fraught with alarming threats and unforeseen twists and turns around every corner, making it impossible to guess what's coming next. Danger imperils the lives of the characters and threatens their ability to return home. Will they be saved despite their ineptness? With an animated cast portraying the somewhat dysfunctional rescue team, Time Trap is a clever, fast-paced ride packed with imagination and fun. Suitable for children who aren't easily scared and adults who long to still be kids. — Ben F. Fischer
Texas filmmaking duo Ben Foster and Mark Dennis team up once again for the sci-fi adventure film Time Trap. Together the two previously directed Strings, a film that was recognized at festivals around the United States, including the Breckenridge Festival of Film. Packing Time Trap with imaginative thrills, co-directors Mark Dennis and Ben Foster have fashioned a fantastically fun adventure flick.
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