Refilmery’s monthly Refilmery Series hosts an intimate screening of an original feature film in our exclusive 24-seat theatre, including a Q&A with the director and time for complimentary beer, popcorn, and networking.

This month we are hosting a private screening of Crushed by Writer/Director Megan Riakos.

As a past attendee, register at this link for free entry:



Screening: 111-min | Mystery, Thriller
Interview with writer/director Megan Riakos
Date: 6:30pm Monday 2 November 2015
Address: 69 Charlton St, New York, NY 10014

SYNOPSIS: When a winery owner dies in a suspicious accident, his estranged daughter is forced to return home to the vineyard to uncover the truth. Ellia returns to her family vineyard after her father dies in a winery accident. When his death is ruled a murder and her mother becomes the prime suspect, she’s determined to find the truth. As Ellia uncovers secrets about her family and the winery, she becomes the murderer’s next target. Will she find out the truth before it’s too late?

About the Director

Megan Riakos is an Australian Screenwriter and Director whose debut feature Crushed world premiered at The Montreal World Film Festival. Her short films range from the psychological thriller The Shed to the 1930’s crime drama 50-50 to experimental dance film The Eye of the Beholder. Megan earned her BA in Communication (Media Arts) at University of Technology, Sydney and completed a Graduate Diploma in Directing at the Australian Film Television and Radio School. During 2012-13, she also completed the Professional Screenwriters Program at UCLA. Megan is currently developing her second feature and splits her time between Los Angeles and Sydney.


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