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Kansas Bowling’s “B.C. Butcher” World Premiere at The Egyptian Theatre

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Thursday, March 3, 2016 at 7:30 pm, 17 year old director Kansas Bowling will present for the first time ever on the silver screen, a world premiere of her feature length cavewoman slasher comedy, B.C. Butcher. The event will be the inaugural theatrical screening for the American Cinematheque’s new film program, “Women Underground”. “Women Underground”, part of the new SHEspectives Initiative at The American Cinematheque, showcases the Los Angeles premieres of new independent, underground feature length cinema from innovative and taste-making new female filmmakers. The premiere was announced today by the American Cinematheque.

B.C. Butcher, which was shot on 16 mm film in Bowling’s father’s backyard in Topanga Canyon, California, stars Kato Kaelin and features Rodney “The Mayor of Sunset Strip” Bingenheimer. Bingenheimer, along with B.C. Butcher’s Executive Producer and the president of Troma Entertainment, Lloyd Kaufman, are also scheduled to make appearances at the premiere. Troma Entertainment, which has selected Bowling’s B.C. Butcher for distribution, is one of the longest-running independent movie studios in the country and the creator of world-famous movie classics like, The Toxic Avenger, Tromeo & Juliet and Return to Nuke ‘Em High Volume 1.

The film will be screened alongside another brilliantly crafted female directed Troma film, Lollilove, by star of smash television comedy show The Office and the upcoming new series, You, Me and the Apocalypse, Jenna Fischer.Lollilove, which was co-directed and co-written by director of Guardians of the Galaxy Volumes 1 & 2, James Gunn, is a satirical dark-comedy about a hipster California couple that attempt to make a difference in the lives of the homeless.
The screening will be accompanied by a guest panel featuring Kansas Bowling, cave-starlet of B.C. Butcher, Leilani Fideler, Rodney Bingenheimer, Kadeem Hardison and Kato Kaelin and will be moderated by Lloyd Kaufman.
Tickets are $11 general admission and can be purchased at the Egyptian Theatre box office or online at www.fandango.com
The Egyptian Theatre is located at 6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90028. www.egyptiantheatre.com

Written by Blacktooth

(Staff Writer) Lover of all things horror and metal. Also likes boobs and booze.