omplete QPORIT: April 2013

Thursday, April 18, 2013

 

TRANSMEDIA STORYSCAPES AT TFF - THE BOMBAY SAPPHIRE HOUSE OF IMAGINATION


2013 STORYSCAPES TRANSMEDIA PROJECTS


APRIL 18TH - 21ST

THE BOMBAY SAPPHIRE HOUSE OF IMAGINATION

DUNE STUDIOS 121 VARICK STREET, 7TH FLOOR.

The 2013 Storyscapes Transmedia Projects are on view to the public, April 18th - 21st.

The works can be experienced at The Bombay Sapphire House of Imagination (at Dune Studios) on 121 Varick Street, 7th Floor.

A ground floor event entrance is located on Dominick Street between Hudson St. and Varick St.

The exhibit is free.

Currently all reservations for the Storyscapes exhibit are filled, walk-ins are welcome based on capacity.

All visitors must be 21 and over – ID required for entry.

 
There are five projects on display:


A JOURNAL OF INSOMNIA



ROBOTS IN RESIDENCE



STAR WARS UNCUT



SANDY STORYLINE



THIS EXQUISITE FOREST



PROGRAM GUIDE
http://tribecafilm.com/filmguide?section=514255aac07f5d47ac000021



All the projects have a similar transmedia structure: Content is gathered from the public, and then presented. Because the content is created by the public, the “storytelling” does NOT conform to a classic “story structure;” however, by setting the parameters, the creators have developed projects which have a “thematic” structure, and a particular presentational “style.”

Unlike a classic story, which is simply presented to the audience, these projects consist of BOTH the collection of content and the presentation. The creation and collection of the content is as important and essential a part of the project as its presentation.

Each project’s concept is quite intriguing. The quality, style and interest of the execution varies widely. The project on the web is likely to be quite different from the project live as experienced at Storyscapes.

I suspect it would be helpful to any visitor to Storyscapes, to visit the website of each of the projects first.

Here are the projects: (Following the list of projects, there is a fuller description of each, collected from the Storyscapes website.):

 
A JOURNAL OF INSOMNIA

Stories of insomnia are collected and presented.

 
ROBOTS IN RESIDENCE

Little ROBOTcams (each in the shape of a small boxy robot) ask questions of people and record their answers.

 
STAR WARS UNCUT

People select 15 second scenes from Star Wars and re-make them. The scenes are then collated to create a fan-made patch-work quilt version of Star Wars.

 
SANDY STORYLINE

People who were affected by Sandy contribute images and descriptions of their experience.

 
THIS EXQUISITE FOREST

People add simple short animations to a base. Each base becomes the root of a tree in the forest; the animations added become the tree itself branching off in myriad ways.



HERE ARE SOME MORE COMPLETE DESCRIPTIONS
FROM THE TFF PROGRAM GUIDE


A JOURNAL OF INSOMNIA


 
JOURNAL OF INSOMNIA



From the National Film Board of Canada, NFB Interactive has been collecting stories via video, text and drawing online since fall 2012, and in this second phase of the project, they will share answers to questions like, what is your relationship with your alarm clock? What is out of your control? What scares you?



In the Storyscapes space, A Journal of Insomnia will take you into a different zone. Share your own stories of sleepless nights and discover what other people get up to in the wee hours by entering a bedroom space in this fully immersive, contemplative installation.



—Ingrid Kopp



Director - Guillame Braun, Bruno Choinière, Philippe Lambert, Thibaut Duverneix

Executive Producer - Hugues Sweeney



GUILLAUME BRAUN, BRUNO CHOINIÈRE and PHILIPPE LAMBERT are, respectively, the founder and creative director, artistic director and sound designer of the Montreal-based design outlet Akufen.



THIBAUT DUVERNEIX is a film and interactive media director at Montreal’s Departement, a creative studio he co-founded.



INSOMNIA Link: www.nfb.ca/insomnia




ROBOTS IN RESIDENCE


Director Alexander Reben
ROBOTS IN RESIDENCE


What kind of documentary would a robot make? In Robots in Residence, originally commissioned by IDFA DocLab, pre-programmed robots collaborate with festival audiences to make a film during the festival itself. Through this unexpected, futuristic twist on the creative process, robot artist Alexander Reben and filmmaker Brent Hoff examine how people open up to artificial intelligence. The robots are specifically designed to make people trust them, and the results are often hilarious and surprising.



Robots in Residence creates a fascinating space for stories to exist as both hardware and software in the digital age. The robots may look cute, but they know what they are doing as they get you to answer questions about your life. Take the robots for a walk around the streets of Manhattan and find out what secrets they will get you to share. Will your interview make the cut for the final film?



—Ingrid Kopp



Join us for a special short film screening of the Robots in Residence interviews captured at the Festival. This presentation will take place at the Bombay Sapphire House of Imagination on Sunday, April 21st at 5pm. All guests must be 21 and over.



Directed by - Alexander Reben and Brent Hoff



BRENT HOFF, named by Filmmaker Magazine as one of the "25 New Faces of Independent Film," recently received a Tribeca Film Institute® Sloan Grant for his feature script El Diablo Rojo.



ALEXANDER REBEN’s work in robotics, interaction and tangible design has been shown at Ars Electronica, IDFA, EYEBEAM, The Whitney Biennial and more.



ROBOTS IN RESIDENCE Link: www.RobotsInResidence.com








STAR WARS UNCUT


Darth Vader's bounty hunters aboard the Star Destroyer.
STAR WARS UNCUT
Photo Credit: Jacob Borshard


Guided by project creator Casey Pugh, helped by the viral success of his Emmy-winning revision of A New Hope and using everything from hand-drawn animations to intricate reenactments, fans re-imagine The Empire Strikes Back, fifteen seconds at a time. This joyful celebration of the Star Wars universe shows both the extent of fan culture around the world and the increasing sophistication of the tools with which we can rewrite our favorite stories.



The skill, imagination and diversity on display in Star Wars Uncut is truly extraordinary. In the Storyscapes space, become part of Star Wars fan culture as you use a joystick to select the scenes and make the movie of your choosing. Participation is part of the fun. Experience the galactic saga like you never have before.



—Ingrid Kopp



Producer - Casey Pugh, Jamie Wilkinson



STAR WARS UNCUT Link: www.starwarsuncut.com








SANDY STORYLINE 

Coney Island beach, November 4, 2012.
SANDY STORYLINE
Photo Credit: Matt Richter



Hurricane Sandy was a devastating event that affected millions across the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Caribbean. Sandy Storyline allows those individuals and communities to share their accounts of the storm and its aftermath, with photographs and audio beautifully intertwined through the ingenious Cowbird storytelling platform.



Sandy Storyline is a truly collaborative project, building a community-generated narrative of the storm that seeks to inspire a safe and more sustainable future. This unique approach to documentary storytelling and civic dialogue is both timely and very personal for a New York audience. It creates a living archive that shows the potential for sharing stories on a very human scale. Contribute your own Sandy stories in the Storyscapes space.



—Ingrid Kopp



Producer - Rachel Falcone, Michael Premo, Laura Gottesdiener



SANDY STORY LINE Link: www.sandystoryline.com














THIS EXQUISITE FOREST


THIS EXQUISITE FOREST

This Exquisite Forest is an online collaborative art project
that lets users create short animations
that build off one another as they explore a specific theme.
The result is a collection of branching narratives resembling trees.


Conceived by Chris Milk and Aaron Koblin and produced by Google and Tate Modern, This Exquisite Forest was inspired by the surrealist game “exquisite corpse” and its idea of collaborative creation. The project, hosted at exquisiteforest. com, allows visitors to create short animations right in their web browser. Other users may build on the animation at any point, creating a collection of navigable, branching narratives resembling trees that grow bigger as more artists contribute.


Chris Milk and Aaron Koblin, the creators behind The Wilderness Downtown and The Johnny Cash Project, are masters of pushing browser functionality farther and finding the potential for collaboration to create groundbreaking interactive projects.


Thousands of people from all over the world, both well-known animators and gifted amateurs, have already contributed to This Exquisite Forest, reflecting the diversity of perspectives possible through web projects. Experience the epic scale of this project across multiple screens, and create your own exquisite branching animations.



—Ingrid Kopp



Director - Google Creative Lab, Tate Modern



EXQUISITE FOREST Link: exquisiteforest.com


http://tribecafilm.com/filmguide?section=514255aac07f5d47ac000021  



FYI -- Here some more recent articles in QPORIT related to TRANSMEDIA:

TRANSMEDIA AT NYFF 50

INTERVIEW - DIANE PAULUS AND RANDY WEINER (with 3D video)

SLEEP NO MORE -- REVIEW & GUIDE

$1M IN 2 DAYS - OCULUS RIFT -- IMMERSIVE 3D HEADMOUNTED EYEWARE

(Note: As an early backer, my Oculus Rift is supposed to arrive today!)


 

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Saturday, April 13, 2013

 

SNL -- APR 13, 2013 -- HOST: VINCE VAUGHN with musical guest... MIGUEL

 

SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
SNL -- APR 13, 2013     



HOST
 

VINCE VAUGHN 

 

with Musical Guest 

MIGUEL

http://www.nbc.com/saturday-night-live/


Recap: See below!

Hosting SNL will be Vince Vaughn, the well known comedy actor (for example):


Lay the Favorite
The Dilemma
Couples Retreat
Four Christmases
Fred Claus
Into the Wild
The Break-Up
Wedding Crashers
Mr. & Mrs. Smith
Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story
Old School
Swingers

and...
Delivery Man (coming!)
The Internship (coming!)
A Case of You (coming!)

VINCE VAUGHN ON IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0000681/ 

VINCE VAUGHN ON WIKIPEDIA
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vince_Vaughn


The Musical Guest is Miguel (Miguel Jontel Pimentel), a Grammy winning R&B/rapper, known for the song Adorn and the Urban Album Kaleidoscope Dream.

MIGUEL ON WIKIPEDIA
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miguel_%28singer%29


VINCE VAUGHN ON AMAZON


MIGUEL ON AMAZON



RECAP:


This was one of the stranger SNL shows.  Beginning with the monolog, most of the sketches had an undercurrent of hostility.  Throughout the show, there seemed to be much more conspicuous reading of the Cue Cards than usual.  And until the last sketch, both writers and actors seemed to be pulling their punches and running without much energy.

The best bits of the night were the Cold Open, and the final sketch.

Miguel had a dreamy kind of effect on me.  I listened and kind-of melted into reveries, while kind-of subliminally enjoying the sound.  (I also always appreciate when the Musical Guest brings their own look to the performance.)

COLD OPEN -- Obama and Senators explain the striking breakthrough on  discussing the idea of the possibility of maybe thinking about background checks for some people except perhaps where it might matter -- in the impossible event the House even considers the idea.

MONOLOG -- A weird and unique monolog in which Vince went into the audience and alternately coddled and hassled one woman and two men, who might have been real audience members and not paid shills.  The coddling of the woman unfortunately reminded me of the reports of the reported events with one woman that reportedly ruined the reported relationship between Vince and Jennifer.  The coddling seemed uncomfortably bordering on too cozy. The hassling of the two men was even less pleasant.  This is a kind of humor which humorists often respect, but audiences not so much: it was staged as a real interaction between Vince and real audience members... The sketch would have been more familiar and very different (less "realish" and possibly more funny) if the woman and the two men were played by cast members. 

It was also disappointing that having gone to great lengths in the monolog to talk about interacting and checking the woman's reactions through the show, that she was not ever mentioned again during the show.

AL PACINO ACCUSED MURDERER BIOPIC SERIES -- The idea was funny, and the wigs were funny in this "preview," but there were not many other jokes.

"STORMY SKIES" ON THE WEATHER CHANNEL -- This parody featured some mildly risque puns using weather terminology to describe Soap Opera situations, but the good jokes were scarce, and the delivery kind of tepid.

IAN RUSH OF THE BIZARROS -- BioPic of an angry Brit rocker (of the Reagan-Thatcher era) who lost his audience because he was pro-Thatcher. Another funny idea that lacked a critical mass of jokes. And does anyone watching SNL care about the Reagan-Thatcher era?

A PREVIEW OF THE INTERNSHIP (with Vince Vaughn) --  Coming soon. Seems very promisingly funny.

SHORT TERM MEMORY LOSS THEATER -- A great premise.  Terrible execution. A play with none of the characters able to remember their lines.  This could be improv heaven or Christopher During hysteria, but there were no jokes, just people not remembering their lines.

WEEKEND UPDATE -- The jokes were OK. LL & BRAD were amusing.  MARINA CHAPMAN (who claimed to have been raised by monkeys) not so much.

PROM -- In the same hostile/unpleasant spirit of the monolog, Vince is the rich old guy on the hill who contributes a fortune to support the Jr High School Prom, then comes and dances with the barely teenage boys, abuses the barely teenage girl, and borders on sexually and socially inappropriate behavior. (On the wrong side of the border.) But it wasn't funny.

NBC SPORTS OFFICES 1990 -- The best (and only funny) line: after the NBC execs complained that the lyrics of the proposed theme song for basketball broadcasts was repetitive, the lyricist responded, "But basketball is repetitive."

LAST CALL -- The only sketch in which the actors and writers let go: The last two drinkers at the bar hook up.  

This last sketch saved the night, and will join the ranks of SNL classics.

Here it is, LAST CALL:















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Friday, April 05, 2013

 

MIKAL EVANS – ACTRESS SINGER SONGWRITER – IN "HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT" - AT SIFF


MIKAL EVANS
ACTRESS SINGER SONGWRITER
"HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT"


SOHO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (SIFF)
APRIL 5-12 2013


Mikal Evans is a principal actress in HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT, a new thriller with its New York Premiere on Sat, April 6, at the SOHO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL.

Mikal Evans
Photo by Eric Roffman


HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT – AT SIFF – TICKETS:
https://okvenue.com/sohofilmfest/events/58-feature-how-we-got-away-with-it-by-jon-lindstrom-usa-90-mins

PREVIEW – HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT


Mikal is a terrific actress, and an exciting singer/songwriter, who recently had a starring role in KISSES, CHLOE, and can also be seen -- as Sarah Palin’s assistant -- in GAME CHANGE.

Mikal is also a singer-songwriter. Her music has a strong, compelling, and sensual sound; many songs come with hooks that are hard to unhook from your brain. Southern influenced indie-rock, it is some of the most interesting and powerful popular music I’ve heard -- for its melodies, its background harmonies, its rhythms, its lyrics, and her performance (an emotional, clear, lovely sound with surprising flourishes).

Her lyrics seem to me highly suggestive of hidden histories, and somewhat inscrutable. They are sometimes hard (or impossible) to understand completely in performance, yet they complement the sound perfectly, and the sounds complement the words. Read from a page, the lyrics are complex and subtle poetry with layers of meaning and depth of feeling.

Mikal Evans in mid-performance
Photo by Eric Roffman


She says the music and the idea of the words often come together all at once; yet the words often start as incoherent syllables that slowly coalesce into the words that express the feeling of the song.

Much of Mikal’s music is available on sound tracks on the web and music videos on YouTube (see below). She plays often at venues in Manhattan and Brooklyn. (However, unfortunately, her last scheduled concert ‘til the Fall was just last night). To see and hear her live it pays to follow mikalevansmusic.com fairly closely, since she often posts events with little warning. She also has a signup for an e-mail alert. (But not every event is announced that way. So, again, closely follow the website!)

As an actress, her looks are highly mutable, and her performance always moving. Her acting page, mikalevans.com, gives three very different looks. Her highly professional and impressive reel shows how different (and convincing) she has looked in various roles. It’s interesting to compare her look in KISSES, CHLOE with her look today, at ease, and with her look while rocking-out in performance.

She also appears in a very interesting video format by the director of HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT. He calls it a Moving Portrait, and it is a one minute, wordless video in which Mikal simply looks at the camera.

Moving Portrait. Mikal Evans. 
from JeffBarryFilms on Vimeo.

Mikal’s first starring role was in KISSES, CHLOE (which also used her music) a 2010 Hamptons International Film Festival selection. Her most important role to date was as Sarah Palin’s assistant in GAME CHANGE where she appeared in many scenes with Julianne Moore. (Julianne called Mikal out near the top of her list during Julianne’s SAG Award thank-you remarks.)

In addition to HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT, which will be screened in New York on Saturday (after receiving a nice review following its screening at a Festival in Georgia), Mikal will be appearing in INNOCENCE (in which she is not very innocent), a film currently in post-production. After working on several music videos, Mikal will be directing her first narrative short film later this year.

She describes herself as a “maker”. She is most happy making music as a writer and performer and making films as a director and an actress.

Mikal talked with QPORIT on (3D!) camera about her music and the film.  Here are some excerpts from this interview. 

It looks best in full screen, and can be watched in 3D with red/cyan glasses or even on a 3D TV or NVIDIA 3D computer (and probably -- though that hasn't been tested yet -- on Nintendo 3D).

You can also watch it in NORMAL 2D.   Just click the 3D button at the bottom of the video and select Turn off 3D.

 
 MIKAL EVANS
Talks about her music and
HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT
http://youtu.be/zG-FuKFi5A4


Mikal Evans is a major talent. She is intelligent, nice, friendly, and hard working. I think her music is superior, and her acting is versatile, attractive and sophisticated. She is ready to break-out!


LINKS


QPORIT (Oct 21, 2010): KISSES, CHLOE WITH ROBIN SINGER AND MIKAL EVANS
http://qporit.blogspot.com/2010/10/kisses-chloe-with-robin-singer-mikal.html

QPORIT (Nov 9, 2010): MIKAL EVANS FROM KISSES, CHLOE IN CONCERT
http://qporit.blogspot.com/2010/10/mikal-evans-from-kisses-chloe-in.html


MIKAL EVANS HOME PAGE – ACTING
http://www.mikalevans.com/

MIKAL EVANS HOME PAGE – MUSIC
www.mikalevansmusic.com

MIKAL EVANS - FACEBOOK
https://www.facebook.com/mikalevansmusic

MIKAL EVANS - MOVING PORTRAIT
http://vimeo.com/31514936

MIKAL EVANS - IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm2669510/?ref_=tt_cl_t11


MIKAL EVANS - YOUTUBE MUSIC VIDEOS

...MAGNOLIA
http://youtu.be/h0vrQkVIuPM

...BUILD A CANNON
http://youtu.be/08cOq2UkSts

...HOLDING ON TO
http://youtu.be/oypPJzoyEuc

...FIRE WHORE
http://youtu.be/pjkCOaQAGuo



HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT
…OFFICIAL SITE - http://www.howwegotawaywithit.com/
…IMDB - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2017711/
…FACEBOOK - https://www.facebook.com/howwegotawaywithit?ref=ts&sk=wall


INNOCENCE – IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1724965/

GAME CHANGE – IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1848902/

KISSES, CHLOE - IMDB
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1691864/

MIKAL EVANS ON AMAZON







MIKAL EVANS ON iTUNES
https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/mikal-evans/id256129143

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Thursday, April 04, 2013

 

SOHO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL APRIL 5-12, 2013


SOHO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL (SIFF)
APRIL 5-12 2013

Sunshine Cinema
143 East Houston, New York City

 http://www.sohofilmfest.com/2013_CALENDAR.php


The SOHO INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL is a weeklong, action packed fest, with nightly parties, and many filmmaker appearances. The Festival has feature films, documentaries and short films from the US and around the world.

A separate article in QPORIT highlights Mikal Evans, an important young actress/singer/songwriter who appears in HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT, screening on Saturday, a film that has a strong reputation already preceding it.


APRIL 5, 2013

02:30PM:
FILMMAKERS REGISTRATION & WELCOME COCKTAIL PARTY

05:00PM:
Feature: "EL PRESIDENTE" by Mark Meilly (Philippines, 165 mins)

08:30PM:
Feature: "BILLY BATES" by Jennifer DeLia (USA, 90 mins)
Short: "MOTIVE" by Rick Carmona (USA, 13 mins)

 
TRAILER FOR BILLY BATES

08:30PM:
OPENING NIGHT EXCLUSIVE AFTER PARTY



APRIL 6, 2013

11:00AM:
SHORT FILMS:"PROGRAM A" -
"SPARROW" by Joe Rodriguez (USA, 17 mins);
"HIPSTER PARADOX" by Kyra Nicole Rogers (USA, 13 mins);
"THE SHOEMAKER" by Machael Kaves (USA, 15 mins);
"MUDDY BOOTS" by Joe Cozza (USA, 6 mins);
"EN HEMLIGHET (A SECRET)" by Dennis Peterersen (Sweden, 9 mins);
"PROJECT SEAL" by Chris Prangley (USA, 10 mins);
"BOTES AL AMANECER" by Nikki Roberts (USA, 15 mins);
"GROS" by Adam Taylor (USA, 10 mins)

01:15PM:
Feature: "AS HIGH AS THE SKY" by Nikki Braendlin (USA, 90 mins)
Short: "STALLED" by Shannon Kohli (Canada, 16 mins)

03:45PM:
Feature: "PLACEBO" (US)

06:30PM:
Feature: "HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT" by Jon Lindstrom (USA, 90 mins)


TRAILER FOR HOW WE GOT AWAY WITH IT

Short" "SHOOT'ER" by P.R> Brown (USA, 12 mins)

08:30PM:
Documentary; "THE NIMBY EXPERIENCE - HOMELESS" with LUIS GUZMAN directed by Jacqueline Aluotto

08:30PM:
DAY 2 AFTER PARTY AT OPEN HOUSE



APRIL 7, 2013

11:00AM:
SHORT FILMS: "PROGRAM B" -
"TIRAMISU" by Larence Michael Parker (USA, 14 mins);
"A GOOD FRIEND" by Kelsey O'Brien (USA, 5 mins);
"CONCRETE JUNGLE" by Steven Cartoccio (USA, 6 mins);
"A BOY WITH ARMS" by So-jin Park (South Korea, 15 mins);
"WORST BEST FRIEND" by Mia Pinchoff & Anni Weisband (USA, 4 mins);
"ELLIE" by Ricky Lloyd George (USA, 10 mins);
"DAY & NIGHT" by Julien Crebassa (USA, 11 mins);
"THE CONDITION" by Stephen Graziano (USA, 9 mins);
"THE FIX" by Ante Novakovic (USA, 18 mins)

01:15PM:
SHORT FILMS: "PROGRAM C" -
"THE BUTCHER'S KEY" by Sung Cho (USA, 12 mins);
"EL INVENTO" by Giovanni Granada (Colombia, 20 mins);
"PAPER PLACE" by Dave BArnis (USA, 5 mins);
"MY BETTER HALF" by Olivia DeLaurentis (USA, 30 mins);
"KING TIGERMORE IN STRAWBERRY FIELDS" by Tunde Reid-Kapo (USA, 3 mins);
"THE LEPIDOCTOR" by Jonathan Biernboim (USA, 20 ins)

03:30PM:
SHORT FILMS: "PROGRAM D" -
"MORNING CALM" by Rudy Dobrev (USA, 20 mins);
"BESIDE HER" by Carrie Carnevale (USA, 16 mins);
"A SECOND THOUGHT" Winner of Octavia Spencer's Film Contest;
"THE TEST" by Anthony DiBlassi (USA, 13 mins);
"UNEXPECTED GUEST" by Bradley Stryker (Canada, 16 mins);
"FUTURE MEMORY" by William Holden (USA, 11 mins),
"FOXED" by James Stewart (Canada, 4 mins);
"HERE YOU GO" by Jill Durso (USA, 13 mins)

06:15PM:
Feature: "ASSAULT ON WALL STREET" by Uwe Boll (USA, 102 mins)
Short: "HAPPY BIRTHDAY" by Kathrin Frey (Switzerland, 4 mins)

08:45PM:
Feature: "WET BEHIND THE EARS" by Sloan Copeland (USA, 92 mins)
Short: "DANCE OF THE BOOKS" by Lorena Fernandez (USA, 4 mins)

08:30PM:
DAY 3 AFTER PARTY AT SUTRA



APRIL 8, 2013

03:30PM:
Documentary: "MAYAN BLUE" by Rafael Garcia (Guatemala/Mexico, 82 mins)

03:45PM:
Documentary: "HORSE & RIDER" by Ben Stamper (India, 58 mins)

06:00PM:
Feature: "36 SAINTS" by Eddy Duran (USA, 97 mins)
Short: "FOREIGN LANGUAGE" by Adam Kelly Morton (Canada, 12 mins)

06:15PM: 
Feature: "BODY COMPLETE" by Lukas Sturm (Austria, 85 mins)
Short: "FRAMMENTI [SCRAPS]" by Emanuele Michetti (Italy, 11 mins)

08:30PM:
Documentary: "WHAT'S THE T?" by Cecilio Asuncion (USA, 68 mins)
Short: "REBIRTH" by Nicole Libassi (USA, 21 mins)

08:30PM:
DAY 4 AFTER PARTY AT COOP AT THE RIVINGTON



APRIL 9, 2013

03:0PM:
Documentary: "TIM SANDERS GOES TO HOLLYWOOD" by (Germany, 97 mins)

03:15PM:
Special Screening: "LONG SHOT LOUIE" by John Bianco (USA, 90 mins)
Short: "I CAN SMOKE" by Tony Ducret (USA, 17 mins)

06:00PM:
Documentary: "RUNNING FOR JIM" by Finish Line Features & Noyes Productions (USA, 78 mins)
Short: "THE BIG PRIZE" by Leigh Ann Jernigan (USA, 18 mins)

08:30PM:
Feature: "WAKING" by Ben Shelton (USA, 90 mins)
Short: "5AM" by John Painz (USA, 7 mins)

08:30PM:
DAY 5 AFTER PARTY AT TOSHI'S LIVING ROOM & PENTHOUSE



APRIL 10, 2013

03:30PM:
Documentary: "FREE CHINA: THE COURAGE TO BELIEVE" by Michael Perlman (US, 53 mins)

03:45PM:
Feature: TBA

06:00PM:
Feature: "JUNCTION" by Tony Glazer (US, 92 mins)
Short: "The Dog" by William J. Holden (USA, 9 mins)

06:15PM:
Feature: "JUNCTION" by Tony Glazer (US, 92 mins)
Short: "BEST OF BOTH WORLDS" by Michael Dunker (USA, 13 mins)

08:15PM:
Feature: "LESS LOST" by Chase Conner (USA, 77 mins)
Short: "88 MILES TO MOSCOW" by Karen Glienke (USA, 20 mins)

08:30PM:
Feature: "THE BOYZ OF SUMMER" by Antonio DiFonzo (USA, 99 mins)

08:30PM:
DAY 6 AFTER PARTY AT LA VIE



APRIL 11, 2013

05:45PM:
Feature: "WEST END" by Joe Basille (USA, 90 mins);
Short: "THE BEARD" by Yaz Rabadi (Canada, 5 mins)

06:00PM:
Feature: "THE SILENT THIEF" by Jennifer Clary (USA, 102 mins)
Short: "GLUE" by Michal Lavi (Canada, 7 mins)

08:35PM:
Documentary: "GAZZARA" by Joseph Rezwin (USA, 94 mins)
Short: "UNCOMFORTABLE SILENCE" by Gabriele Altobelli (Italy, US, France, 18 mins)

08:30PM:
CLOSING NIGHT AFTER PARTY AT LIBATION



APRIL 12, 2013

AWARDS NIGHT


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