While “Girls” is set to air its final season sometime next year, main cast member Zosia Mamet has spent the past year appearing in films like Todd Solondz’s “Wiener-Dog” and Steve Bernstein’s “Dominion.” Now, she’s set to appear in the new film “Goldbricks in Bloom,” a social satire that explores what it means to be an artist today by interweaving the story of a self-obsessed group of disenchanted young creatives with the mythic rise and fall of a New York painter. Watch a brief trailer for the film below featuring Mamet talking about the actors in the film.
The film is the first feature film by Danny Sangra, who has previously directed a series of short films and has worked with brands like Hugo Boss, Nike, Verizon and more. Along with Mamet, the film also stars Tavi Gevinson (“Enough Said”), Jake Hoffman (“The Wolf of Wall Street”), Evan Jonigkeit (“Bone Tomahawk”), Leo Fitzpatrick (“Kids”), Waris Ahluwalia (“The Life Aquatic”), Margaret Clunie (“Victoria”), Carson Meyer, Tony Arcabascio, Kat Clements, Tim Renouf, Peter Davis, Adelind Horan, and Sam Hamill.
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“Goldbricks in Bloom” is available for purchase and rent at Vimeo from Control Films and In Your Face Entertainment.