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(Unhosted) 'It's Not You, It's Me' (2013) live Q&A w writer/director Nathan Ives

Support Indie Cinema and Indie distribution!


'It's Not You, It's Me' (2013) (Trailer below)


Support Indie Cinema and Indie distribution!  Come out for the screening of  'It's Not You, It's Me,'.

Described as an edgy, fun, relationship comedy...it stars Vivica Fox (Kill Bill 2), Joelle Carter (Justified) and Ross McCall (Band of Brothers) and will be followed by a Q&A with writer/director Nathan Ives.  Nathan is doing a grassroots distribution tour...so this is your chance to support independent filmmaking and the Indie DIY process!


"Serial commitment-phobe, Dave, is reeling from his decision to break up with his near perfect, now ex-girlfriend. As he tries to forget her, his battling inner voices come to life and cloud his mind with conflicting desires. Meanwhile, Carrie’s own disjointed inner voices push her to move on with someone less complicated. Sensing time is short, Dave embarks on a sincere and sometimes fumbled personal journey to conquer his fear of commitment."

"Directed and written by Nathan Ives, 'It’s Not You, It’s Me' is a refreshing and entertaining look at the seemingly depressing breakup process. This debut feature pushes the boundaries of the relationship comedy genre by ingeniously giving the audience a front row seat to the absurdity that plays out in the minds of the couple as they debate the choice that will affect their future, together or apart."

 “'It’s Not You, It’s Me'” is a familiar story that surprises by examining the complexities of relationships that exist, sometimes only by our own devices."


Creator of this Event: Robb

Tickets: Tickets are $8.  It's suggested you buy your tickets online, beforehand, to guarantee a seat.  You can purchase them at this link: Click Here For Tickets

When and Where: Un-hosted...but folks will meet in the lobby at 6:30pm.  Movie starts at 7:00pm.  The Q&A with writer/director Nathan Ives will be immediately after the film.


http://vimeo.com/83004036

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  • Kevin

    Great lesson, documentary, and comedy rolled into one. I'm baffled that decades of big-budget romance stories could not convey the thought processes of two people in a breakup as well as Nathan could.

    1 · February 20, 2014

  • Robb

    All - I apologize but there's a possibility I may not be able to make this film tonight due to something that's come up. I'm going to label this as un-hosted...but I may end up showing up, if I can.

    Please still look for each other at the event and before the show and don't forget to stick around for the Q &A with the writer/director, Nathan Ives.

    If I don't make it...have a great night!

    ~ Robb

    February 20, 2014

    • Kevin

      Darn, I didn't bring my bright green hat so people could identify me. Although, I did happen to find an old dog chain walking back from lunch, that happens to fit my neck perfectly. Hmm... Is that a sign?

      1 · February 20, 2014

    • Robb

      Haha! It is indeed! :)

      February 20, 2014

  • Kevin

    I'd allow an hour to get downtown, plus 30 minutes to get through downtown & park. I-5 traffic can be nasty in Sorrento Valley and again past Sea World. Plus I usually plan to grab a bite at Ciro's on Market, so if I'm late I just miss a slice of pizza, not the movie.

    February 19, 2014

    • Marcie M.

      Thanks , I am a maybe because of a family member who is sick. hope to make it...

      February 19, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Wish I could make it but I'm seeing the guys from Whose LIne is it Anyway! It was nice to finally meet some of you last night and Philomena was a wonderful film!
    See you next time!

    February 19, 2014

  • Robb

    All -

    Marcie is new to the area and will be traveling from Carlsbad down to SD for this event.

    Can anyone offer her thoughts on what time she should leave Carlsbad, in order to get to the theater and park by 6:30pm...taking possible traffic into consideration?

    Thanks for any thoughts you can offer her!

    ~ Robb

    February 18, 2014

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