I Really Hate Coffee

Join Indievents, and Club David, Sunday, April 17, for a free screening and DVD release of the Sioux Falls made independent film, I Really Hate Coffee.

I Really Hate Coffee is a romantic comedy shot almost entirely in Sioux Falls. Nathan Maas wrote, directed, and stared in the film which also features several regional acting talents.

Jared is convinced that love is driven by fate but when Jared meets Maggie, he decides to help fate along. Maggie has a secret, his best friend Dennis is trying to make a broken relationship work by trying an open relationship, and Jared believes a good relationship is built on knowing as little as possible about the other person.

Love is never easy to find but becomes even more difficult when you are sabotaging yourself.

The screening is free to the public. Come support a local filmmaker. After the screening, you'll have an opportunity to mingle and ask questions of the cast and crew. And if you like the movie, DVD's will also be on sale.

Indievents will also be selling off some old posters afterwards to help with screening costs.

This will be a fun opportunity to see a locally made film and meet some of the people involved in our local film scene.

The screening will be held at Club David in Sioux Falls on Sunday, April 17, 2016, and will begin at 6:00 p.m. The screening is free to the public. Come support a local filmmaker.