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Gasoline Rainbow (2024)

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Director: Bill Ross IV, Turner Ross Run Time: 110 min. Rating: NR Release Year: 2024

Starring: Makai Garza, Micah Bunch, Nathaly Garcia, Nichole Dukes, Tony Abuerto

Country: United States
Language: English

About the film:

A SXSW and Venice Film Festival selection. With high school in the rearview, five teenagers from small-town Oregon decide to embark on one last adventure.

“A vivid travelogue whose freewheeling spirit emulates the film’s improvisational making.”

Tim Grierson, ScreenDaily

Piling into a van with a busted tail light, their mission is to make it to a place they’ve never been—the Pacific coast. Their plan, in full: “Fuck it.” Their improvised odyssey takes them through desert wilderness, industrial backwaters, and city streets. They encounter outsiders from the fringes of the American West and discover that the contours of their lives will be set by trails they blaze themselves. They are forgotten kids from a forgotten town, but they have their freedom and they have each other, hurtling toward an unknowable future—and The Party at the End of the World.

About the filmmakers:

Bill Ross IV and Turner Ross, commonly known as The Ross Brothers, are Ohio-born filmmakers who moved to New Orleans when they decided to pair become a filmmaking duo. Their 2009 debut feature 45365 (2009) won the Grand Jury Prize at SXSW. Since then, they have gone on to make several more films such as Tchoupitoulas (2012), Western (2015), Contemporary Color (2015), and Bloody Nose, Empty Pockets (2020). Their latest film, Gasoline Rainbow (2024) is their first fully fiction film, and it also premiered at the 80th Venice International Film Festival.

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