Colo.-Inspired ‘Leviathan’ Is Set For A Longmont Screening

· Jun. 12, 2015, 1:00 pm
Scene from (Photo: Anna Matveeva, Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics)
Sergey Pokhodaev as Roma in a scene from "Leviathan."

Now, Still Cellars Distillery and Arthouse in Longmont will screen the movie in its 49-person capacity space on Monday, June 15.

Based on muffler shop owner Marvin Heemeyer's destructive rampage with an armored bulldozer in the town of Granby in 2004, "Leviathan" picked up a 2015 Academy Award nomination for Best Foreign Language Film.

"It’s gotten strong feedback, and it looks like a powerful film," Still Cellars co-owner Jason Houston says. "We definitely keep our eyes out for local-oriented subjects.  The fact that it also has those Colorado roots meant we really wanted to show it."

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