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Brooklyn Girl Film Festival Lineup!

Friday, March 16th, 2012 by

Women as filmmakers, subjects of films, and an integral part in the survival of film as both a source of entertainment as well as a source of diversity and change is of the utmost importance if film hopes to press on into the future. If you are able, take the much-too-brief but very-much-appreciated three days the BGFF have dedicated to bringing women centric films together to enjoy and discuss women in film!

Thursday, March 29th, 5pm

Opening Reception (sponsored by Brooklyn Brewery)

Short Films, Block 1:

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS TO RECEPTION / SHORT FILMS BLOCK 1

Spirit of the Bluebird
Documentary Short, Directed by: Xstine Cook
Cree artist Jesse Gouchey uses spray paint on a fence to animate a beautiful tribute to murder victim Gloria Black Plume.

Tick Tock Time Emporium
Short Narrative, Directed by Morgan Faust
Max’s mom never has enough time. In a strange pawn shop on the edge town, Max finds a man who buys and sells time of all varieties, but getting Enough Time will cost her more than she anticipated.

Passengers of 7D
Short Narrative, Directed by: Sharifa Williams
A recently divorced man encounters a formidable woman when dimensional levels fluctuate inside his apartment.


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Thursday, March 29,2012
6:30PM

Short Films, Block 2

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Susan’s Horses
Documentary Short, Directed by Elizabeth Henry
Shot in Super 8 Kodachrome, ‘Susan’s Horses’ explores a humble Colorado horse camp for kids, run by a woman whose troubled past helps to inform her unique relationship to her animals.

Bike Love
Short Narrative, Directed by Martine Charnow
After forgetting to lock up her boyfriend’s bike, Sara tries to get it back from a creepy neighborhood bike thief.

First Bite
Short Narrative, Directed by Louise Marie Cooke
Young Eve meets Jake, and the world begins to open up around her.

Color of Beauty
Short Narrative, Directed by Shamara Cox
A young woman who despises her dark complexion tries any and everything to dispose of it.

Ashley/Amber
Short Narrative, Directed by Rebecca Rojer
An antiwar activist finds fame after she is outed as the one-time star of an internet porn video.


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Thursday, March 29, 2012
8PM

Opening Night Feature

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The People You Know
Narrative Feature, Directed by Elizabeth Spear
What you don’t know about the people closest to you can’t hurt you – until the drinking games begin. One weekend with old friends might change things forever.
*Screening with “The Reward”
Narrative Short, Directed by Lucy Patrick Ward
Two alienated New Yorkers unite over the disappearance of Mr.Puggles, a dog.

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Friday, March 30, 2012
5PM

Short Films, Block 3

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Ad & Subtract
Animated Short, Directed by Laura Stephens
The world of a junior accountant explodes in hundreds of resumes after he learns that his boss put an ad in the paper to replace his job.

No Offense
Short Narrative, Directed by Danielle Sepulveres
Ryan is skeptical of Brandon’s career choice as an actor, but a day together in Ryan’s office shows some surprising and striking parallels between the corporate world and the entertainment world.

Papillon
Short Narrative, Directed by Delphine Le Courtois
Spending the summer alone with her grandmother, Nolwen sees herself differently. 

It was a Tuesday
Documentary Short, Directed by Jennifer Casriel
A group of New York City high school kids discuss their memories of 9/11, an event they witnessed as 6 years olds.

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Short Films, Block 4

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS TO SHORT FILMS, BLOCK 4
(includes 8pm discussion with Leah Meyerhoff)

Friday, March 30, 2012
6:30PM

Salt Water Jackie
Music Video, Directed by Ruthie Levy
Watch what happens when a tightly wound ballet troupe is forced to share their rehearsal space with a group of  bad boys, fighting to bring back the lost art of rock and roll.

Here Is What I Like: Fashion, Flowers and Now I’ll Tell You Why
Short Narrative, Directed by Abigail Zealey Bess
Helen Pellet, talk show host, will show you how to use mother nature to help you with your fashion choices.  

Little Red Bill
Experimental Short, Directed by Sally Cinnamon
Shot on Super 8, a precious $50 bill is lost almost as soon as it was earned.

Hella Strong
Documentary Short, Directed by Cathleen Arnerich
Blow Pony, a monthly dance party and show space run by DJ and activist Airick Heater, brings together Portland Oregon’s sometimes splintered queer scene, combating oppression and negativity from outside as well as within the LGBT community through music, mayhem, and dance. 

Don Justino Neve
Animated Short, Directed by Daisy Jacobs
He’s filthy and gorgeous, cruel and mean, and irresistible to women with low self-esteem.

Mr. Atse in Pursuit of an Ascending Career
Animated Short, Directed by M Chendler

Kwik Fix
Narrative Short, Directed by Kelly Hucker
A passionately deluded manager attempts to inspire the idiosyncratic staff of a fast food restaurant.

Speed Dating
Narrative Short, Directed by Mary Niederkorn
A neurotic woman unexpectedly encounters the man of her dreams in a chance meeting on the street.

Spring
Animated Short, Directed by Marissa Sher

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Friday, March 30, 2012
8pm

Discussion with filmmaker Leah Meyerhoff

“How to use a short film as traction towards making a feature”
Leah will lead a discussion with filmmakers and screen her short film Twitch.

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Friday, March 30, 2012
9pm

CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS TO “THE BIG BAD”
(includes discussion with filmmaker Leah Meyerhoff)

The Big Bad
Narrative Feature, Directed by Bryan Enk, Written by Jessi Gotta
A broken woman obsessed with revenge, desperately searches through a surreal and frightening world for the monster who destroyed her family.
*Screens with “Sybling Rivalry”

Narrative Short, Directed by Tara-Nicole Azarian
*Screens with “Gypsy Moon”
Narrative Short, Directed by Cheri Robartes
Twin girls stunned by the death of their mother, discover a mysterious gypsy living in the woods who forever changes their lives.

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Saturday, March 31, 2012

12:30PM

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS TO RARE
(includes social media marketing workshop with Amy Greenlaw of FilmPop!)

Rare
Documentary Feature, Directed by Maren Grainger-Monsen & Nicole Newnham
RARE follows an extraordinary mother in a race against time, as she unites a group of isolated people from around the world in a quest to cure her daughter’s rare genetic disease.
*Screens with “Living with Tommy”
Documentary Short, Directed by Aubrey Carp
*Screens with “Two In A Million: A Lasting Legacy”
Documentary Short, Directed by Cici Brown
At the peak of their talent, two extraordinary musicians are cut down by a terrifying brain disorder leaving stunned students and fans to question the meaning of coincidence and legacy.

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Saturday, March 31, 2012

2:30PM

Social Media Marketing Workshop hosted by Amy Greenlaw of FilmPop!

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Saturday, March 31, 2012

3:30PM

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS TO “The Power of Three”
(includes social media marketing workshop with Amy Greenlaw of FilmPop!)

The Power of Three
Narrative Feature, Directed by Yvonne Deutschman
Your never too old and it’s never too late to live your dreams.  All  you need is the Power of Three.
Screens with Being Bradford Dillman
Animated Short, Directed by Emma Burch
When bullied Molly Flowers declares her dislike of boys, her boozy and self medicated mother invents a story to shock her into a more sympathetic view.
Screens with Unrapped
Narrative Short, Directed by Dena Greenbaum
Shay, struggles to find a balance between her ordinary life as a timid, young schoolteacher and her alter ego as a confident, intimidating rap diva. 

For more information on the Brooklyn Girl Film Festival visit their webpage.

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