• Devolver Digital Films to Release
    See You Next Tuesday
    A Feature-Length Dark Comedy-Drama
    The Whole Family Can Enjoy Cutting Themselves To
    Directed By Drew Tobia
    • Digital VOD Release: Tuesday, August 26, 2014
    • Cable VOD Release: Tuesday, September 2, 2014

    Plus a New York Theatrical Run and DVD Release:
    • NYC Theatrical Run: Friday, August 22, 2014 – Cinema Village
    • DVD Release: September 23, 2014

    You always hate the ones you love.

    LOS ANGELES, CA – August 4, 2014 – Devolver Digital Films is proud to announce the digital VOD release of the award-winning dark comedy-drama, See You Next Tuesday. Directed by Drew Tobia and produced by Rachel Wolther, the critically acclaimed feature-length film is about an odd pregnant girl who disrupts the lives of her campy recovering alcoholic mother and vulgar lesbian sister during a nervous breakdown. The digital VOD (Video on Demand) release is scheduled for Tuesday, August 26, 2014 through Devolver. The film will be available via iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, PlayStation, Xbox, VUDU, Vimeo on Demand, VHX, Google Play, and others. A cable VOD release date is set for Tuesday, September 2, 2014 (check your local listings). The film will also screen at New York City’s Cinema Village on Friday, August 22, 2014 (info here). A DVD of the film is also in the works for a September 23, 2014 release through BRINKvison. For additional information, please visit www.seeyounextmovie.com.

    See You Next Tuesday (Dark Comedy-Drama, 2013, 82 min.) –
    Mona, played by Eleanore Pienta (The Unspeakable Act, 7 Chinese Brothers opposite Jason Schwartzman), is a mentally unbalanced and very pregnant young woman in a hideous orange coat. Without any friends to speak of and alienated from her hoochie mama coworkers at a crummy Brooklyn supermarket, Mona maintains a strangely close relationship with her campy, recovering alcoholic mother, May, played by Dana Eskelson (3 Backyards, Deep Powder, The Americans). Mona’s sister, Jordan, played by Molly Plunk (Profane, Schizcago), is an unemployable party girl, estranged from May and making life hell for her increasingly fed up girlfriend, Sylve, played by Keisha Zollar (Orange is the New Black). In the final days of her pregnancy, Mona draws her mother, sister, and anybody who happens to get caught in her wake, into her hectic life as she drifts further from reality.

    Featuring a tapestry of diverse characters with varying levels of sanity and awful taste in wardrobe, See You Next Tuesday is a dark comedy-drama the whole family can enjoy cutting themselves to. Shot in Brooklyn, the film also features appearances by cult legend Beverly Bonner (Basket Case, Brain Damage, Frankenhooker), actor/director Ingrid Jungermann (The Slope, F to 7th), and Karley Scioritino (aka Vice Magazine’s Slutever, who also writes for Vogue and The Huffington Post). Original music for the film was composed by Brian McOmber, formerly of the Dirty Projectors.


    See You Next Tuesday

    Awards –
    • Best Narrative Feature – Birmingham Sidewalk Film Festival 2013
    • Audience Choice Award – Chicago Underground Film Festival 2013
    • Most Effectively Offensive – Boston Underground Film Festival 2013
    • Best Director – Arizona Underground Film Festival 2013
    • Screenwriting Award – Indie Memphis Film Festival 2013
    • Special Jury Award for Outstanding Performance (Pienta) – Indie Memphis Film Festival 2013
    • Best Actress Eleanore Pienta – Victoria TX Independent Film Fest 2014
    • Best Director Drew Tobia – RXSM Festival 2014

    Drew Tobia, Director –
    Drew Tobia is an award-winning independent film writer and director. See You Next Tuesday, his first feature length film, played the festival circuit in 2013 to critical acclaim and will be released in 2014 through Devolver Digital Films. Filmmaker Magazine labeled him as a “promising new voice in American independent motion pictures,” with the Village Voice asserting that “he embraces the absurdity of human behavior at the same time that he recoils from it.” He is currently in development on his new film, slated to begin production in winter 2015.

    Rachel Wolther, Producer –
    Rachel Wolther is a producer based in New York City. She was a co-producer on Josephine Decker’s two feature films, Thou Wast Mild and Lovely and Butter on the Latch, which both premiered at the 2014 Berlin Film Festival. She was a producer on the second season of Ingrid Jungermanns hit web series, F to 7th and associate producer on Richard’s Wedding (Onur Tukel, 2012). Wolther is the Executive Producer of NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS, a boutique production company that focuses on original storytelling and branded content. Upcoming features include Stinking Heaven (Nathan Silver) and Luzon (Angeline Gragasin).

    Devolver Digital –
    Based in Austin, Texas, Devolver Digital distributes independent video games and guides indie filmmakers through digital distribution and film promotion. Devolver Digital’s outspoken passion for independent games, developers, and fans has earned the company no minor measure of game industry notoriety. With its expansion into film, which was announced at South by Southwest 2013, the company applies that same fiercely creative devotion and digital content expertise to support and celebrate indie filmmakers and projects. Co-Founder and Partner Mike Wilson says his own experience as a filmmaker seeking distribution led him and his partners to expand Devolver Digital into film. That experience has guided the company’s focus on “hand-crafted” strategic partnership and personal attention in distributing the titles on the label to a full range of digital and cable VOD platforms.

    Links –
    • Film’s Devolver Page – www.devolverdigital.com/films/view/see-you-next-tuesday
    • Official Site – www.seeyounextmovie.com
    • Trailer – http://www.devolverdigital.com/films/trailer/see-you-next-tuesday
    • IMDb – www.imdb.com/title/tt2520394
    • Facebook – www.facebook.com/seeyounextmovie
    • Preorder – iTunes & Amazon

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    For more information, photos, a screener, or to schedule an interview, please contact Green Galactic’s Lynn Tejada at 213-840-1201, lynn@greengalactic.com. For NYC theatrical press please contact Ryan Turrin at 212-505-2900, rturrin@thekarpelgroup.com.

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    “The laughs are so abrasive that they hurt.”

    – Calum Marsh, Village Voice

    “Perfectly encapsulates the vibrant cynicism at the root of American underground filmmaking today.”

    – Eric Kohn, Indiewire

    “It feels alive in the ways only superior works of art can… a bold announcement that Mr. Tobia is a promising new voice in American independent motion pictures.”

    – Brandon Harris, Filmmaker Magazine

    “See You Next Tuesday traffics in raw truth and disorderly conduct.

    – Steve Dollar, The Wall Street Journal

    “A delightfully bitter breath of fresh air.”

    – Matthew Hammett Knott, Indiewire

    “I defy you to not be won over by its abrasive charm.”

    – Mar Belle, nofilmschool

    “If quirky indie-film maven Hal Hartley had some balls, he might make a movie like this one day…”

    – Casey Dewey, Tucson Weekly

    “The final scene between May and Molly knocks the wind out of me; it guts me. This is my favorite film of the year.”

    – Tallie Medel, Paste Magazine

    “Top 10 Films of All Time… the actresses are as raw and committed and brave as you will ever see. It’s hilarious and awful.”

    – Trieste Kelly Dunn, Ion Cinema




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