The theatre showing of Stuart Ashen’s film Ashens and the Quest for the GameChild has sold out in just over a week.
The film will be screened on 17 January at the Prince Charles Cinema (PCC) in London.
Originally released in August 2013, Ashens and the Quest for the GameChild follows Stuart Ashen as he attempts to find the GameChild before his enemies do. It has since racked up over 900,000 views and features the likes of Chris Kendall, Harry Potter‘s Warwick Davis, and PJ Liguori.
“It’s a comedy adventure about a man searching for an obscure – and seemingly worthless – old gaming system, while shadowy forces from his past seek it for their own dastardly ends,” explains Stuart, speaking with TenEighty. “Think Indiana Jones meets Monty Python on their way to a retro computer fair!”
Along with watching the film on the big screen, those in attendance will participate in a live Q&A with Stuart and director Riyad Barmania.
Speaking about his decision to show the film at the PCC, Stuart says: “I’ve had a lot of people at events say they’d love to see it on the big screen, and since it was made to be shown on the big screen, it should be great viewing. It’s incredibly pleasing that there’s still demand for cinema screenings years after its release – especially as you can watch it on YouTube anytime for free.”
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