Women's Short Films
The Devotion Project: Foremost in my mind
Gail Marquis, an Olympic medalist , met Audrey Smaltz, a former model. Their story will
resonate with the 'late bloomers' among us as it tracks the course of these women's incredible
lives, each rich with accomplishment, and celebrates their love story. Dir: Antony Osso,
USA, 2013, 10 mins.
On a typical day a typical couple navigate their typical relationship in their own typical way
Dir: Masa Zia Lenardic & Anja Wutej, Slovenia, 2012, 6 mins.
Coffee & Pie
A young girl decides to break off her relationship in a diner, so as not to cause a scene.
Things don't go as planned. Dir: Douglas Horn, USA, 2011, 16 mins.
Two women meet up at various stages of their lives, but don't connect properly until old age
Dir: Will Kuether, Australia, 2012, 6 mins.
A comedy short about a father whose 6 yr. old son's drawings leaves him questioning the boy's
sexuality, with disastrous consequences. Director: Christopher Stollery,, ustralia, 2011, 15 mins.
Remember to Breathe
A former headliner remembers a past love, while mentoring a new singer
Dir: Marc Salterelli, USA, 2013, 26 mins. Starring Lee Meriwether, Susan Blakely
The movies have been around almost as long as professional baseball, leaving us with a
wonderful visual history of our national pastime. With the generous cooperation of the
UCLA Film & Television Archive, we are presenting a program from the archive's Hearst
Metrotone News Collection, organized by
David Filipi of the Wexner Center for the Arts in
Columbus. The program includes Stan Musial's
3000th hit (at Wrigley Field), a Hollywood charity
game with Buster Keaton and Jack Benny,
Babe Ruth's first day with the Boston Braves,
Sandy Koufax's retirement press conference, Jackie
Robinson relaxing at home with his family, and much more! (app. 120 mins., video)
Special thanks to Todd Wiener and Steven Hill of the UCLA Film & Television Archive for
their assistance with this program.
Out at the Movies
Rare Baseball Films: The Newsreels
L.I. Gay & Lesbian Film Festival
Cinema Arts Centre (View)
423 Park Avenue
Huntington, NY 11743
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