Session 14               
Saturday June 10, 2006    10:45PM TO 11:55PM
Mass Art 621 Huntington Avenue Boston
The Party                      (7 min)

A comedy of manners that takes a twist on gender relations.

PRINCIPAL CAST:
Gina DeFreitas  
Damian Bonazzoli  
Emily Vigneron  
FEATURED PLAYER
Gregory Moss  

WRITER, DIRECTOR, PRODUCER: Dennis Stevens


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Life in Transition               (4 min)

'Life in Transition' is a visual and symbolic journey depicting the
continual transformations of life from birth to death to rebirth.

WRITER, DIRECTOR, PRODUCER: John R. Dilworth
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: John R. Dilworth
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Club Midnight                   (10 Min)

Presented in split-screen, this Cinemascope film
features Dennis Hopper's  mesmerizing delivery of
"Club Midnight' by Pulitzer prize-winner CharlesSimic,
with neo-Burlesque stars, Andrea Beeman and Bonnie
Dunn on-screen caught by the cinematography of Michael
Spiller, Director of Photography for "Sex And The
City".   The film turns the after hours erotic club
into a metaphor for a neo-noir world  that crosses
cinematic boundaries by transforming edgy experimental
film-making into a high production mini-spectacle, and
captures the emotionally powerful sensuality of the
women, from their bejewelled bodies to their often
hooded faces - as Hopper and Greenfield ask, 'Do you
put on wee hour girle shows with dead stars of black
and white films?' "

WRITER, DIRECTOR, PRODUCER: Amy Greenfield
Super 35mm



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Telemarketing Orphan          (6 min)

Telemarketing Orphan is a sad little comedy in which a stoner is
called by an unusual salesperson -- a Dickensian orphan.


WRITER: Greg Hill
DIRECTOR, PRODUCER: Justin Fielding

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Available Men                  (14 min)

A Hollywood agent (on the verge of losing his job) is dispatched to a
trendy L.A. bar with strict orders to sign a hot new writer he has never
met. On the same night, a sensitive gay man (with the same first name
as the writer) arrives at the bar to meet a blind date. Hilarity ensues
when these two men mistake each other for the person they were
expecting to meet.


PRINCIPAL CAST:
Richard Ruccolo
Kostas Sommer
Brian Gattas
Jack Plotnick

DIRECTOR, WRITER: David Dean Bottrell
PRODUCER: Sherri James
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Edward Bates, Rochelle Bates



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Succubus                              (14 min)

It’s the middle of the night, and Lilith, a sporty twenty-something, is up
to no good. Lilith’s business is called Acme Cat Retrieval, and her
skills attest to that. She scales a ravine, climbs a tree, and breaks into
a mansion. Lilith enters a bedroom where a man sleeps with a cat
cradled in the nook of his arm. But Lilith isn’t after the cat. Instead,
she injects the sleeping man with a needle, knocking him out. She
pulls back the covers, revealing the true object of her entry. We learn
that Athena, Lilith’s partner, is a genetic engineer, who is developing
a process to fertilize Lilith’s eggs with her chromosomes so they can
have a baby genetically related to them both. But the embryos died,
and Athena is grieving their loss. Lilith arrives back home clutching a
vial of her solution to the problem: the sperm of Athena’s brother,
Larry. Lilith’s plan is to use Larry’s sperm to have a child biologically
related to them both. But Larry has previously declined to be a sperm
donor, so Athena refuses to participate in the scheme. During their
argument, the sperm vial is broken, and Lilith runs away. Resigned to
becoming a mother on her own, Lilith returns to Larry’s house, and
collects a second specimen. She returns to her van to inseminate
herself and is met with a surprise. “It’s not a perfect world,” declares
Lilith, “but close enough”.


PRINCIPAL CAST:
Megan Fahlenbock  (Sam's Lake, Mutant X,
Blue Murder)
Angela Vint  (Urban Legends, Safety of Objects,
Earth: Final Conflict)
Stefan Brogren  (Degrassi: The Next Generation)

DIRECTOR : Alison Reid
WRITER: Alison Reid, Richard Beattie
PRODUCER: James Mou, Alison Reid
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Peter Simpson

WEBSITE:
www.succubustheshortfilm.com

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Transaction                           (14 min)

Based on transcripts of an interview with an actual call girl working for
over 22 years, 'Transaction' is a frank and affecting cinema verite-
style depiction of the interaction between a client and a call girl that
leaves the audience to determine their own feelings about that
dynamic. The shooting style also provides a subtle examination of
point of view, shifting energies/control and the commodification of sex.

WRITER, DIRECTOR: Jacques Thelemaque
PRODUCER: Toni-Ann Parker


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