Hot Winter: A Film by Dick Pierre

Jack Henry Robbins | 18 min | USA | 2016

SYNOPSIS
One of the first films in American cinema to address climate change, Hot Winter: A film by Dick Pierre, was also a hardcore porno. All sex scenes have been removed as to not distract from the conscious message.

SCREENING SCHEDULE
Memory Error
7:30 PM | Monday, October 16, 2017
Spectacle Theater
124 S 3rd St, Brooklyn, NY 11249

PRODUCTION CREDITS
Director | Jack Henry Robbins
Screenwriters | Jack Henry Robbins, Nunzio Randazzo
Producer | Alexandra Sandler
Executive Producer | Tim Robbins
Director of Photography | Nate Gold
Production Designer | Jenell Randall
Costume Designer | Candice Brittain
Music | Vulfpeck
Sound | Matt Schwartz
Editor | Jack Henry Robbins
Makeup | Valene Del Rosario
Assistant Director | Jeff Cohn
Principal Cast | Nunzio Randazzo, Chandra Brenner, Cameron Simmons, Nikki Tilmouth, Rachael Bower, Louis Madrapilias

DIRECTOR’S BIO
Jack Henry Robbins is a filmmaker and human being who lives in Los Angeles. Jack Henry recently wrote and directed Spotify’s first scripted show, Ultimate Ultimate, a mockumentary about EDM DJs. He completed his second feature film, Ghostmates for YouTube Red, and his documentary Storied Streetsplayed at the 2014 Traverse City Film Festival. According to Jack, he has “the potential to be a universally respected male model,” but he hasn’t found the time yet.