NewFilmmakers NY to Screen THE IBUR CONNECTION, THE LIBERATION OF JAMES JOYCE and More, 3/18
On Tuesday, March 18th, NewFilmmakers presents the documentary THE IBUR CONNECTION, a short film program, and the new feature THE LIBERATION OF JAMES JOYCE.
6:00 PM Documentary Series
Joe Diamand THE IBUR CONNECTION (2013, 73 minutes) A spiritual road trip that will elevate your soul.
7:30 PM Short Film Program
David Lombroso PILLOWCASE (2013, 16 minutes)
It's the morning after a big party at Lina's parent's house in East Hampton. The place is a mess; empty bottles and cigarette butts. Suddenly, a scream. It's Lina. Her boyfriend Eric didn't wake up. He took some pills to come down after doing blow all ni
Skyler Barrett NARCI-MASICHO (2012, 19 minutes)
An unexpected bond forms between a man and woman who meet in a hotel elevator.
JJ Vazquez FOR YOUR SAFETY (2012, 4 minutes)
Cocky frat boy tries to seduce a flight attendant who takes her job way too seriously.
Austin McKinley LIFE IN A GLASS HOUSE (2012, 8 minutes) A deep space miner, left for dead on an alien world, struggles to make it home before his air runs out - only to discover he has no home to return to.
Amy Jo Johnson BENT (2012, 20 minutes)
Bent is short film based off Amy Jo Johnson's feature length script 'Crazier Than You', which portrays a woman's battle with terminal cancer, her 12-year stint in a religious cult, and a painful relationship with her philandering husband - a dramatic-comedy!
8:45 PM Feature Presentation
Ryan Alexander THE LIBERATION OF JAMES JOYCE (2013, 88 minutes)
"The Liberation of James Joyce" is a dramedy that centers around David, a functional alcoholic, whose life is in pieces. While driving cross-country, David encounters a prostitute and a wayward teen, who will change his life. The film takes a look at a man, who has no interest in helping himself, but goes out of his way to help another.
NewFilmmakers screens at Anthology Film Archives on the Lower East Side at 32 Second Avenue & 2nd Street. NewFilmmakers LA screens at the AT&T Center, 1139 S Hill Street, and has become a leading showcase for new films in Hollywood. Many features screened at NewFilmmakers are now available on NewFilmmakers Online. New York Admission is $6 for the whole evening and tickets are available at the Anthology Box Office the night of screening.