"The Party Is Over" a new comedy executive produced by and co-stars Kathy Baker


THE PARTY IS OVER is an alternative college comedy that follows the awkward adventures of three college roommates - Natan, Fino and Will - each involved in an obsessive relationship with equally complicated women.

When Natan (Kyle Mooney, "Saturday Night Live") meets fellow student Sana (Tamara Dhia, "The Coasters"), a strong-willed Muslim, he becomes obsessed with her dedication to her faith in a modern society. As Sana reluctantly entertains Natan's curiosity, she begins to question his motivation, forcing Natan to confront his obsession, even if it means facing her father, Yusif (Brian George, "The Big Bang Theory").

Fino (Mickey Shiloah, "The Baby") has always been conflicted about his physical relationship with Nia (Michelle Page, "American Horror Story"), a beautiful classmate who enjoys the rough edge of lovemaking. After the police show up to arrest Fino for sexual assault, Fino's Mother (Kathy Baker, "Big Time in Hollywood, FL") encourages him to find out whether he misunderstood Nia's wishes or whether a psychologically damaged person is manipulating him.

Will (Eddie Perino, "Lab Rats") is pleasantly surprised to find that fellow student Noel (Karynn Moore, "Water for Elephants") is curious about his appreciation for amateur pornography. As he gets closer to Noel, he becomes overwhelmed with the idea that she may have puzzling curiosities of her own.

Taken together, the relationships offer a humorous, twisted, and honest look at the complications that arise within the collegiate experience - one filled with cultural clashes, sexual adventures and embarrassing realizations.

THE PARTY IS OVER was written by Julian Camillieri and directed by Vahe Gabuchian. The film is executive produced by Kathy Baker, Varujan Gabuchian, and Steven Robman. The film has a running time of 89 minutes and will not be rated by the MPAA.

Gravitas Ventures will release the film on VOD and across all other digital platforms on Friday, May 1.



04.18.15