Brix & the Bitch - Reviewed & Upcoming Screenings


"At first glance, Nico Raineau’s Brix and the Bitch looks like it could be a great product reel from Zack Snyder’s beginnings. I mean that in the most complimentary way. The film has energy, great looks and dynamic action welded together in a great tight story. In fact, it could easily be expanded into a feature film, and if they did I only hope they use the original stars. Dre Swain as the proverbial “Bitch” and Alex Marshall-Brown as the hard hitting “Brix” tear up the screen with their emotional energy and unique prowess. Raineau’s tale of one woman fighting for the top spot in an illegal fight club so she could finally break free is both exhilarating and hard to watch. The end fight is a match up no one will want to miss, and Raineau refuses to let us have any breathing room. Move over Rocky and Jake, these women kick all kinds of ass."

- The Movie Guys
May 17, 2016


Do you want to see what the hype is all about?  
Then come to one of our upcoming screenings!

1Provincetown International Film Festival
Shorts Program: Queer Shorts: Women’s
Friday June 17th, 11:30am, Art House 1
Sunday June 19th, 7:30pm, Waters Edge 2

2) NewFilmmakers Los Angeles
Saturday June 25th, 5:30pm
Shorts Program #1 - InFocus: LGBT Stories
Transamerica Center
1150 S Olive St, Los Angeles, CA 90015
(*Cast & Crew in attendance!)

3) Outfest Los Angeles
Shorts Program: "Girls Shorts"
Friday, July 15th at 9:30pm // DGA, Theater 1
Sunday, July 17th at 3:30pm // DGA, Theater 2
(*Cast & Crew in attendance!)


4) Marfa Film Festival
July 15th – 17th

5) Woods Hole Film Festival

July 30th – August 6th

6)  HollyShorts

7) Martial Con