Sollers Point


The Main 5 Sun, Apr 15, 2018 9:00 PM
The Main 5 Tue, Apr 17, 2018 9:40 PM
Ticket Prices
General Public:$14.00
Youth (25 & Under/Box Office Only):$8.00
Film Info
Premiere Status:Minnesota Premiere
Programs:New American Visions
Culture & Society
Social Justice
Voice Category:Drama-rama!
Release Year:2017
Runtime:102 min
Print Source:Oscilloscope
Director:Matthew Porterfield
Producer:Eric Bannat
Alexandra Byer
Gabrielle Dumon
Jordan Mintzer
Ryan Zacarias
Cinematographer:Shabier Kirchner
Screenwriter:Matthew Porterfield
Editor:Marc Vives
Composer:Chris Swanson
Principal Cast:McCaul Lombardi
Jim Belushi
Zazie Beetz
Tom Guiry
Marin Ireland
Brieyon Bell-El
Filmography:Hamilton ('06)
Putty Hill ('10)
I Used to Be Darker ('13)


26-year-old Keith (McCaul Lombardi) is now a free man. No longer under house arrest, Keith can now roam the Baltimore streets from which his crimes first arose. His father Carol (Jim Belushi) is skeptical about his son’s return to normalcy but supports him even as Keith begins to drift into old ways. While old gang ties threaten to draw him right back into the fold, Keith halfheartedly takes online courses to become an air conditioning engineer to appease his father.

Although his initial crime is never revealed, Keith’s aimlessness puts him at risk of picking up right where he left off, and it is only through his relationship to other characters—his overwhelmed sister, his grandmother, a young art student—that Keith’s road forward, or back, begins to take shape. Alongside Lombardi and Belushi is a talented cast, including Zazie Beetz, Tom Guiry, and Marin Ireland, that brings Sollers Point to powerful, vivid life.

Director Biography

Matthew Porterfield American independent filmmaker Matthew Porterfield was born in 1977 in Baltimore, Maryland. He is a graduate of the Tisch School of Arts and New York University, and has produced four feature-length films, including Hamilton (‘06), Putty Hill (‘11), I Used To Be Darker (‘13) and Sollers Point.


"Another potent example of regional filmmaking from the Baltimore auteur." - Hollywood Reporter