Sunday, September 22, 2013

Press Release: "Welcome To Nowhere" Streaming for Free


Exclusive online premiere is available from September 17 through October 18 on Kentucker Audley’s recently expanded indie film streaming site

New York, September 17, 2013 - will be presenting the online streaming premiere of the award-winning film Welcome to Nowhere (Bullet Hole Road) from Tuesday, September 17 until October 18. A surrealistic and dreamlike new take on the classic American road story, this experimental film follows the overlapping encounters of five strangers as they struggle to exist in the American desert.

Part live-action, part motion-graphics animation, Welcome to Nowhere (Bullet Hole Road) is a fractured, genre-bending road movie inspired by the gritty road films of the 1960’s and 70’s. In a series of warped, image-driven episodes, the fractured narrative revolves around a poet, a hitchhiker and three motel rooms doomed to violence and perversity.

Directed, Photographed and Edited by filmmaker and video artist William Cusick, whose work has been called “mind-blowing” by Jason Zinoman of the New York Times, the film indelibly imprints unique and stunning moments throughout its brief but intense 55 minutes.

Welcome to Nowhere (Bullet Hole Road) premiered at the LES* Film Festival in 2012, received the Founder’s Choice Award at the Queens World Film Festival in 2013, Best Supporting Actress (Cara Francis) at the 2012 Dreamland International Film Festival, and was an official selection of the 2012 PollyGrind Festival, 2013 Cinetarium Festival and the 2013 Scare-A-Con Festival. The film was featured in the inaugural issue of Chance Magazine, the most innovative art magazine about American theater designers ever published.

No Budge covers the world of true indie films. It was started in February 2011 by filmmaker Kentucker Audley to premiere and compile true indie films. Free + no ads + no piracy. It has been called “innovative” (Filmmaker Magazine) and “indispensable” (GreenCine).

“Audley’s fierce devotion to truly independent American cinema is vital. His commitment to treating the micro-budget form with the utmost seriousness is needed now more than ever.”
- Michael Tully, Paste Magazine

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