Amy Frear is pleased to announce the premiere of ANOTHER TIME, a short film about a twenty-something woman who may or may not be a lost time traveler dealing with commitment issues and indecision in present day Philadelphia.|
The premiere will take place at Venice Island Performing Arts Center, a brand new state of the art theater built between the Manayunk canal and the Schuylkill river, right off of Main Street in Manayunk, Philadelphia.
We will also be screening work and sneak peeks from other Philly filmmaker friends, including Jena Serbu, Samantha Paradise, John McGlaughlin, Brian Gallagher, and projects from Coffeebot, Common Society, and Cinevore.com.
More about the movie:
Another Time is the story of Harriet, a 27 year old woman living in Philadelphia and dealing with typical twenty-something problems of indecisiveness, daily panic attacks, the sense of being lost, and a total fear of commitment. Only Harriet has more than millennial angst to blame for her troubles- she honestly believes she is a victim of botched time travel and belongs in 1783. Haunted by strange dreams and strong connections to various historic parts of the city, she will suddenly be thrown into a situation that makes the question all the more pressing: Is she willing to give up finding a way home and settle into her modern existence?
Venice Island Performing Arts Center (View)
1 Cotton Street
Philadelphia, PA 19127