In late 2010, BW's Josh Gross wrote about a film being made here in Boise in an article about crowdfunding. That movie—though not entirely funded that way—was made, and tonight is your chance to check out a test screening and chat up the movie makers, cast and crew.
Nobody Cares, written and directed by Travis Swartz, tells the story of a janitor who discovers he has 8.5 days to live. It sounds like an homage to the sad and lonely, but that description wouldn't be accurate. Based on the behind-the scenes video clips that Swartz and his crew put together, black comedy is more like it.
The film starts at 3 p.m. today at The Flicks and tickets are $12. You can purchase your ticket there or in advance at nobodycaresmovie.com.