LIGLFF presents What Woman Do For Love
What Woman Do For Love
(Shorts program; 99 min)
Vibra Call (Esmir Filho, Brazil, 2007, 3 min)
Two adorable schoolgirls discover the joy of a strategically placed vibrating cell phone and make class a whole lot more interesting with the speed dial button.
They Love Each Other (Laura Astorga Carrera, Coasta Rica, 2008, 18 min) NY Premiere Estela and Rosario work at a textile factory and are believed to be lesbians. This fact brings them into a close relationship that helps them deal with their situation.
The Berated Woman (Anya Meksin, USA, 2008, 14 min)
An Orthodox Jewish woman finds herself strangely attracted to the Aryan Supermom bent on converting her to Christianity. Both women want something from the other, but what is each willing to sacrifice to achieve her goals?
Crafty (Erik Gernand, USA, 2008, 9 min) A super-political lesbian collecting signatures for a gay marriage petition encounters a conservative, craft-loving housewife who refuses to sign her name. Determined to obtain her signature, the lesbian follows the housewife on her daily errands, berating her with pro-marriage rhetoric and, ultimately, employing a little craftiness of her own.
Long Ago (Christy Wegener, USA, 2007, 14 min) NY Premiere
Maddie, a pretty lesbian with a vacant fashion sense and a broken heart, strives for love in the big city, but struggles to sever ties with the past, literally and figuratively.
Mechanics Daydream (Mary Guzman, USA, 2007, 9 min)
A butch mechanic meets her match and dreams about the ones that got away in this homage to perfection: high femmes, aerialists, vintage motorcycles ...and more.
Operated By Invisible Hands (Nicole Brending, USA, 2007, 7 min) Two antique dolls must confront their secret feelings for each other after a night of unforgettable passion.
At Home (or love as well) (Mariel Macia, Spain, 2008, 25 min) Rosa and Flor know what their meeting is for. However, things don't always go as planned and some words and some time together can make them reconsider their prejudices.
Cinema Arts Centre
423 Park Ave
Huntington, NY 11743
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