NewFilmmakers NY Presents CHANGE OF LIFE and More Tonight, 6/13
Tonight, June 13, NewFilmmakers presents another screening in its popular Christian Sex series.The evening begins with our 6:00 PM Documentary Series. Daryl Stoneage DONKEY LOVE (2012, 84 minutes) is a funny, shocking and controversial film. Donkey Love is a documentary that introduces the unknown tradition of Colombians having sex and falling in love with donkeys.Next, the 7:45 PM Short Film Program presents four new films. Jacob Brown BLINDERS (2011, 10 minutes) is about a young couple (Nathaniel Brown and Byrdie Bell) who go to a bar one night and meets a young creature of a boy (Luke Worrall). This boy possesses an otherworldly physical beauty that could attract anyone, man or woman. Eliane Lima LEONORA (2011, 6 minutes) is a dark drama of sexual sorcery and crippled creatures in the throes of a primitive passion that defies decency! A shadowy work of naked fury that will plunge the viewer into a cesspoolof sinister slime and shocking shame! Experience the excrement of Satan. In Renata Bialkowska CRUMBLE (2010, 23 minutes) refined upper class trophy wife 'Lorna' is lured into the seedy New York underground scene through an unlikely relationship with a prostitute named Bianca. In Gregg de Domenico HIP PRIEST (2011, 24 minutes) is a visceral and emotional exploration of the duality of man and the place for God in a sometimes dismal world. NewFilmmakers' 9:00 PM Feature Presentation is Amy McClug CHANGE OF LIFE (2006, 99 minutes). Gary Catell is a bigoted evangelical minister, who leads his congregation in the persecution of gays and lesbians. When his gay daughter is outed and commits suicide on his nationally syndicated radio show, Gary looks to God for answers and a second chance to make things right with this daughter. The next day, Gary awakes to find that time has been rewound by two weeks, his daughter is still alive, and his spirit now inhabits the body of a gay man. As Gary struggles to come to grips with this new reality, he also comes to understand that second chances and redemption come with heavy prices.
NewFilmmakers screens at Anthology Film Archives on the Lower East Side at 32 Second Avenue & 2nd Street. NewFilmmakers LA screens in the Stanley Kramer Theater at the Sunset Gower Studio 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.
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