Original Love is a short film adaptation from a feature script about a Russian-American crime family involved in Healthcare Fraud in South Brooklyn. The project is currently in development.
There will be a short Q&A and after party to follow!
More is More PRESENTS
CASTING BY Kate Murray
HAIR AND MAKEUP ARTIST Joanna Pisani
MUSIC SUPERVISOR Maya F. Margolin
ORIGINAL MUSIC BY Heidemann
COMPOSER Bryan Senti
COSTUME DESIGNER Lisa Tobias
PRODUCTION DESIGNER Rayna Sarvosa
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Alan McIntyre Smith
ASSOCIATE PRODUCERS Marina Bejarano Helen Vaysman Orin Wilf
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER Michelle Booso
PRODUCED BY Erin Abeln
WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY David Gutnik
100 minutes action fest. List of Participants: Philippe Avila, AA Bronson & Bradford Kessler, Pam Butler, Dionisio Cañas, Marina Fernandez Ferri, April Flores & Carlos Batts, Lynsey G, Keith McDermott & Catherine Galasso, Ashly Woo, Jana Leo, Alex Lora, Puela Lunaris, Simon Lund, David Maroto, Marko Markovic, Manuel Molina Martagon, Kathleen Purcell, Screamachine, Alfredo Tauste, Kònic Thtr, Ronald V Bijleveld, Madison Young, Jess Whittam.
Friday, September 14, 2012
7.30 pm. Performances open to the public. 9:30pm Reception
Anthology Film Archives
32 2nd Avenue (F train to 2nd Avenue) New York
Tickets are $9 (general admission) and are available at Anthology's box office on the day of the show only. The box office opens at 7pm. There are no advance ticket sales. Reservations are available to Anthology members only. A reception will follow the festival from 9:30-10pm.
Beyond putting together two generations and inserting Spanish art into the court of American’s art, the festival simply wants to bring artists together. The visible part of this Project is the festival itself, but much more happens previous to the evening of performances. Once an artist registers, the communal work begins: artists couple with other artists (an old and a young partner, eg), performances are adapted, videos and films are edited, sound tracks are created, and then the various elements are choreographed into a whole. The festival is a unique event whose participants form a collective.
This year the festival wants to reflect the social aspects of porno cinemas. Sex creates a community in public and commercial spaces. In his book, Times Square Red, Times Square Blue, author Samuel Delaney, portrays porno cinemas as places for encountering (as opposed to networking). In a world where everything is filtered, marketed and mediated, the reality of: “first unzip me, do me, and then we can talk about our lives” is much appreciated.
We will be showcasing the stellar achievements of Polish cinematography from the past year together with the shorts of our animation stars: Mariusz "Wilk" Wilczynski and Zbigniew Rybczynski.
Krzysztof Kieslowski will be commemorated with a special screening with the release of a rare documentary, "A Conversation with Krzysztof Kieslowski".
The screenings will be followed by receptions.
Please view our website for detailed program information and join us to witness the fresh breeze of talent from overseas!