2012, GREECE, 87 Min Narrative Directed by Babis Makridis Cast: Aris Servetalis, Efthymis Papadimitriou, Lefteris Matthaiou, Nota Cherniavsky
From the writer and cinematographer of the oscar nominated film, Dogtooth comes a film that has has dogtooth marks everywhere with the same off-beat sense of humor, but with professional drivers.
A man lives in his car. He is 40 years old and although he does not have a lot of free time, when he has, he chooses to spend it with his family. He meets his wife and two children at a specified day and time in car parking lots. His job is to locate and bring the finest honey to a 50-year old man. A new driver shows up, and the man gets fired. Disappointed, he decides to leave his car. The man's life changes, and he finds it absurd that no one will trust him anymore. L has the deadpan performances, flat compositions and a predilection for teasing out the casual cruelty. It stands out this year as a film overtly comic, both in script and style, so don't miss out on the Arizona Premiere.
"A deeply unsettling work that charms it's the kind of film that follows you out of the theater" Flix
"A remarkably beautiful film delicate, and funny" Film Ink
"It's bizarre. It's creative. It's intellectually engaging, and it's brilliant" Alternative Chronicle
Official Selection of Sundance Film Festival
Caldera 2011, USA, 12 Min Animation Short Directed by Evan Viera
A young girl goes off her medication and leaves a bleak metropolis to immerse herself in a vibrant oceanic cove.
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