Boston area indie film “Joy and the Apocalypse” premieres in Concord, NH, this Saturday


We’re not as big into social media as we should be, given the fun we have with our screenings and all the great people we meet. We should change our tune, as our discovery of local and indie film comes to us primarily from our humble Twitter and Facebook pages, and we are THANKFUL. Such was the case with Joy and the Apocalypse, which has its theatrical premiere at Red River Theatres in Concord, NH, on Saturday, February 5 at 3PM. Shot in the Boston area and locally produced, JATA will also have a television premiere on February 12 at 12PM (EST) courtesy of MyTV New England.

It’s always a pleasure to support independent film, and if it’s got New England ties, all the better. View the intriguing synopsis and learn more about Joy and the Apocalypse at JoyandtheApocalypse.com, and if you’re free this Saturday afternoon, we encourage you to head up to the marvelous Red River Theatres in Concord — they’re an impressive bunch of film-loving folks who adore what they do.

Check out the official trailer for Joy and the Apocalypse: