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NO ALTERNATIVE - Trailer Debut



NO ALTERNATIVE is a teen drama set in the early 90’s world of grunge. Thomas Harrison (Proft) is determined to start his own alternative band after the suicide of Kurt Cobain -- it's an obsession that blinds him to what's either the mental collapse, or the eruption of musical genius, of his little sister, Bridget. Bridget (Cavazos) boldly rejects her brother's music, and the music of an entire generation of slackers, by taking on the persona of a gangsta' rapper named "Bri Da B."

Release Date June 7th, 2018 (WORLD PREMIERE- Opening Night of Dances With Films Festival in Los Angeles, CA) 
Director: William Dickerson 
Writers: William Dickerson, Dwight Moody 
Cast: Harry Hamlin, Kathryn Erbe, Michaela Cavazos, Conor Croft, Chloe Levine

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