By Community Art Support Desk,

Superlative Films & Depth of Field are honored to invite you to the Los Angeles festival premiere of “Columbus” Directed by Kogonada 

Starring John Cho, Haley Lu Richardson, Parker Posey, Rory Culkin, and Michelle Forbes

**Closing Night Film of the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival on Thursday, May 4, 2017 at 7PM at the DGA Theater 1 (7920 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90046) 

Festival Closing Night Reception following the screening** 

“A clever and compelling exploration into how physical structures can come to represent emotional landmarks in our personal lives, and the drive we have to share them with others… Kogonada is without question ‘one to watch’.” – Jordan Hoffman, VANITY FAIR

“REMARKABLE. Cho has never been better and Richardson is a revelation, giving one of the most memorable performances of the entire festival. She is brilliant and funny… It is a film with precise lines that captures very imprecise human emotions.” – Brian Tallerico, ROGER EBERT.COM

“Kogonada’s film breathes life and humanity into elusive abstract concepts and makes you look at the hard edges of the world a little differently afterward.” – Jessica Kiang, THE PLAYLIST

When his father, a renowned architecture scholar, falls suddenly ill during a speaking tour, Jin (John Cho) finds himself stranded in Columbus, Indiana – a small Midwestern city that is celebrated for its many significant modernist buildings. Jin strikes up a friendship with Casey (Haley Lu Richardson), a young architecture enthusiast who works at the local library. As their intimacy develops, Jin and Casey explore both the town and their conflicted emotions: Jin’s estranged relationship with his father and Casey’s reluctance to leave Columbus and her mother. With its naturalistic rhythms and empathy for the complexities of families, debut director Kogonada’s COLUMBUS unfolds as a gently drifting, deeply absorbing conversation. With strong supporting turns from Parker Posey, Rory Culkin, and Michelle Forbes, COLUMBUS is a showcase for its director’s striking eye for the way physical space can affect emotions. Opens Theatrically Starting August 4.