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TRIBECA '17 - First look at a scene from THE ENDLESS



THE ENDLESS is the story of two brothers who return to deal with the cult from which they fled a decade ago, only to find that there might be some truth to the group’s otherworldly beliefs.

Directors: Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead
Screenwriter: Justin Benson
Cast: Justin Benson, Aaron Moorhead, Tate Ellington, James Jordan, Shane Brady and Kira Powell

For me, this is the film I am most anticipating from this year's Tribeca Film Festival. We are pleased to bring you an exclusive look at one of the scenes from the film.




If you are attending Tribeca this year... don't miss this one.

Tribeca Film Festival Screenings:

Friday, April 21st | 9:00 PM | Cinepolis Chelsea -07 – World Premiere
Saturday, April 22nd | 10:00 PM | Cinepolis Chelsea-09
Saturday, April 22nd | 1:45 PM | Cinepolis-01 – P&I
Sunday, April 23rd | 7:45 PM | Cinepolis Chelsea-01
Tuesday, April 25th | 1:45 PM | Cinepolis-01 – P&I
Wednesday, April 26th | 8:45 PM | Cinepolis-04

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