The Journal of Short Film / The Reeler Screening Series in NYC this weekend

From: contact (email suppressed)
Date: Mon Apr 02 2007 - 12:16:56 PDT

The Journal of Short Film has published experimental films since its
beginning, and we've included some of this fine work in our latest

Please save April 8 for a special program of New York shorts at the
Pioneer Theater, co-presented by The Journal of Short Film and The
Reeler. Filmmakers include New Yorkers Ian Olds, Brian Cassidy and
Melanie Shatzky, Peter Sillen, Marie Losier and many others; visit the
Pioneer's site for information and please join us if you can.

@ the JSF

The Reeler Presents
The Journal of Short Film: NYC Series
Sun., April 8th, 7pm
@ The Pioneer Theater, NYC
(East 3rd Street, between Avenues A and B)

The Journal of Short Film is a quarterly DVD publication of
exceptional, peer-reviewed short films. To date, the JSF has published
72 filmmakers from 8 countries. (

The Reeler is a leading source of news, happenings, and gossip emerging
from the world of NYC cinema. (

Many filmmakers will be in attendance. Plus, film submissions will be
accepted in person. Below is the program.

1. Brian Cassidy and Melanie Shatzky, GOD PROVIDES, 8:30, v.7
Shot in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina this unexpected short
examines faith and inexplicable loss in the American South.
2. Josh Safdie, WEíRE GOING TO THE ZOO, 14:40, v.6
Driving to the zoo, a young woman and her little brother pick up an
unconventional hitchhiker.
3. Marie Losier, ELECTROCUTE YOUR STARS, 8:00 v.3
A dream-portrait in which American Underground legend George Kuchar
tells stories of extreme weather and how not to kill the actors.
4. Ian Olds, BOMB, 14:00, v.7
An offbeat love story set on the edge of an old Air Force bombing range.
5. Natalie Frigo, FIRST LADIES, 1:30, v.6
In FIRST LADIES, the focus of news footage is altered, addressing
alternate histories disregarded due to implicit cultural structures.
6. Joel Fendelman, BAND OF SISTERS, 8:00, v.4
A group of 1.15 million women and men march through Washington, D.C.,
in the largest march in U.S. history.
7. Paul Karlin, WHY I DONíT GO TO THE MOVIES, 7:00, v.4
The force of romantic obsession and the doldrums of life with a goddess
lead to a strange vow.
8. J.J. Adler, FINAL LAP, 11:50, v.2
A sleepy American suburb.† A mysterious car roars around the block each
night. Tom Bickerton, 15, watches and waits.†
9. Peter Sillen, GRAND LUNCHEONETTE, 5:00, v.5
This film documents the final days of Fred Hakimís unforgettable 42nd
Street lunch counter.

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