WIFV Presents: Local Filmmakers
Drama abounds in these films.
THE LAUGHING CLUB (preview screening) by Jason Lobe
Laughing Yoga helps in any disastrous situation.
RSVP by Samantha Mitchell – documentary
Last year, Samantha threw herself a birthday party, and no one showed up. She cleaned her house, cooked food, and got cute for no one. Inspired by this low moment, she documents different parties, camera in hand, looking for common emotional threads among the hosts. Rye Ann throws a birthday rave, Pooja performs a Hindu prayer, Francesca cooks an elaborate Italian dinner, and Beth helms a triple-mansion house party. What begins as a search for commiseration becomes, instead, a community.
LULU AND JOSIE by Nancy Bannon
An exhausted young mom on the run from an abusive home life desperately seeks a quiet moment to process all that’s happening but parenting an active, watchful toddler along the way means she needs to stay on her game.
ODYSSEY by Serge Delpierre
ODYSSEY follows Penelope as she attempts to get home via the latest ride share service. Instead, she winds up criss-crossing the city on a journey driven by the vagaries of technology and encounters quite the cross-section of fellow passengers along the way.
RESPIRE by Monda Raquel Webb
A young man reflects on love, life and relationships as he and Father Time go head to head.
Doors are at 7:15 PM. Tickets are $5 at the door (cards preferred). All proceeds benefit Women in Film & Video. This month is definitely a must-see and will sell out as usual, so arrive early.
- 3/25 | 8:00PM