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SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

Sundance Institute presents the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, an exhibition of work that showcases the best of independent cinema from January 18 - 28, 2007. Screenings will take place in Park City , Salt Lake City , Ogden and the Sundance Resort in Provo Canyon . The Sundance box offices are located at the Gateway Center in Park City and Trolley Square in Salt Lake City . For more information, please visit: www.sundance.org.

Titles denote films with no queer content; however, the filmmaker(s) identify as LGBT

FEATURE FILMS

AN AMERICAN CRIME

Directed by Tommy O'Haver
Written by Tommy O'Haver, Irene Turner
Starring Catherine Keener, Ellen Page, James Franco
(USA ; 2006; 92 min.; color; 35mm)
Premiere Section/World Premiere

The true story of Gertrude Baniszewski, suburban housewife and mother of seven, who locked a teenage girls in the basement of her home in the early 1960's. From the director of Billy's Hollywood Screen Kiss.

Friday, January 19, 9:30pm Eccles Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 8:30am Racquet Club, Park City
Sunday, January 21, 9:00pm Screening Room, Sundance Resort

FOR THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO

Directed by Daniel Karslake
Written by Daniel Karslake, Nancy Kennedy
(USA ; 2006; 95 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)
Documentary Competition/World Premiere

Five conservative Christian families are at the center of director Daniel Karslake's exploration of the Religious Right's impact on gay rights through its own interpretation of Biblical teachings.

Sunday, January 21, 8:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Monday, January 22, 12:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 6:45pm Broadway Centre Cinemas V, SLC
Thursday, January 25, 2:30pm Library Center Theatre, Park City
Friday, January 26, 11:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City

GIRL 27

Directed by David Stenn
Written by David Stenn
(USA ; 2006; 86 min.; color/b&w; Sony HD Cam)
Documentary Competition/World Premiere

Author and Hollywood multi-hyphenate David Stenn (The L Word) digs deep into Hollywood's seedy past to reveal the story of Patricia Douglas, an underage dancer raped at a stag party thrown by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Instead of heeding the studio's advice and stay silent, she went public and filed a landmark lawsuit. The resulting scandal and studio cover-up drove Douglas into hiding. Now, 65 years later, Patricia Douglas emerges to tell her story.

Monday, January 22, 6:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 4:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Thursday, January 25, 11:30am Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Friday, January 26, 12:00pm Screening Room, Sundance Resort
Saturday, January 27, 8:30am Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City

HOW SHE MOVE

Directed by Ian Iqbal Rashid
Written by Annmarie Morais
Starring Rutina Wesley, Dwain Murphy, Tracey Armstrong
(Canada ; 2006; 98 min.; color; 35mm)
World Cinema Dramatic Competition/World Premiere

Following the tragic death of her sister, gifted student Raya is forced to leave her prestigious private school and return to her old neighborhood. Raya endures life at the local high school, and soon finds herself drawn back into a world she knows well — the world of Step dancing. From the director and writer of Touch of Pink.

Monday, January 22, 9:00pm Egyptian Theatre, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 12:00am Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Wednesday, January 24, 1:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Friday, January 26, 9:00pm Tower Theatre, SLC

THE LAST DINING TABLE

Directed by Gyeong-Tae Roh
Written by Gyeong-Tae Roh
(South Korea ; 2006; 91 min.; color/b&w; 35mm)
New Frontier/North American Premiere

A minimalist, surreal, ironic and poetic exploration film explores modern social problems including pollution and environmental concerns, and the collapse of "family values."

Friday, January 19, 11:30am Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 3:00pm Broadway Centre Cinemas IV, SLC
Tuesday, January 23, 3:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 7:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Sunday, January 28, 10:00am Screening Room, Sundance Resort

LIFE SUPPORT

Directed by Nelson George
Written by Nelson George, Jim McKay, Hannah Weyer
Starring Queen Latifah, Wendell Pierce, Anna Deavere Smith
(USA ; 2006; 127 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)
Premiere Section/World Premiere

Based on the life of director/writer Nelson George's sister, Life Support stars Queen Latifah as a former drug addict and now a devoted mother who, when she learns she's HIV-positive, becomes an AIDS activist.

Friday, January 26, 6:00pm Eccles Theatre, Park City
Friday, January 26, 9:30pm Eccles Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 5:30pm Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Sunday, January 28, 12:15pm Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center , SLC

THE NINES

Directed by John August
Written by John August
Starring Ryan Reynolds, Hope Davis, Melissa McCarthy, Elle Fanning
(USA ; 2006; 102 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)
Premiere Section/World Premiere

Acclaimed screenwriter John August's (Go, Big Fish) directorial debuts centers on a troubled actor, a television showrunner, and an acclaimed videogame designer who discover their lives are intertwined in unsettling ways.

Sunday, January 21, 9:30pm Eccles Theatre, Park City
Monday, January 22, 8:30am Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 9:00pm Screening Room, Sundance Resort
Sunday, January 28, 3:30pm Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center , SLC

PROTAGONIST

Directed by Jessica Yu
Written by Jessica Yu
(USA ; 2006; 90 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)
Documentary Competition/World Premiere

Filmmaker Jessica Yu (In the Realms of the Unreal) unites the seemingly unrelated lives of four very distinctive men, including a German terrorist, a bank robber, a martial arts student, and an "ex-gay" evangelist.

Sunday, January 21, 6:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Monday, January 22, 3:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 12:00pm Screening Room, Sundance Resort
Friday, January 26, 11:30am Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 9:15am Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City

SAVE ME

Directed by Robert Cary
Written by Craig Chester, Robert Desiderio, Alan Hines
Starring Chad Allen, Robert Gant, Judith Light
(USA ; 2006; 93 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)
Spectrum/World Premiere

A gay recovering drug addict returns home to his family only to be forced into a Christian gay rehabilitation center, where he meets and falls in love with another gay man also being forced into conversion therapy.

Sunday, January 21, 8:30pm Library Center Theatre, Park City
Monday, January 22, 9:00am Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Monday, January 22, 9:00pm Broadway Centre Cinemas IV, SLC
Friday, January 26, 8:30pm Library Center Theatre, Park City

SMILEY FACE

Directed by Gregg Araki
Written by Dylan Haggerty
Starring Anna Faris, John Krasinski, Adam Brody, Jane Lynch
(USA ; 2006; 88 min.; color; 35mm)
Midnight Section/World Premiere

Stoner actress Jane unknowingly eats a batch of marijuana-infused cupcakes made by her equally stoned roommate, thus kicking off a trippy day of comical misadventures. From the director of Mysterious Skin.

Saturday, January 20, 11:30pm Library Center Theatre, Park City
Sunday, January 21, 3:00pm Egyptian Theatre, Park City
Friday, January 26, 12:00am Tower Theatre, SLC
Saturday, January 27, 3:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City

TEETH

Directed by Mitchell Lichtenstein
Written by Mitchell Lichtenstein
Starring John Hensley, Jess Weixler
(USA ; 2006; 87 min.; color; 35mm)
Dramatic Competition/World Premiere

A high school girl discovers that her body is more than capable of defending itself when she becomes the target of male violence. This is actor Mitchell Lichtenstein's (The Wedding Banquet) feature film debut.

Friday, January 19, 8:30pm Racquet Club, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 9:00pm Tower Theatre, SLC
Sunday, January 21, 12:00pm Eccles Theatre, Park City
Thursday, January 25, 11:30pm Library Center Theatre, Park City
Friday, January 26, 11:30am Racquet Club, Park City

TRADE

Directed by Marco Kreuzpaintner
Written by Jose Rivera, Peter Landesman
Starring Kevin Kline, Cesar Ramos Ceballos, Paulina Gaiton
(USA ; 2006; 113 min.; color; 35mm)
Premiere Section/World Premiere

A young Mexican national and an American cop team up on a desperate mission to find two young women kidnapped and sold into sex slavery. From the director of Summer Storm.

Tuesday, January 23, 6:15pm Eccles Theatre, Park City
Wednesday, January 24, 11:30am Library Center Theatre, Park City
Thursday, January 25, 9:00pm Screening Room, Sundance Resort

TULI

Directed by Auraeus Solito
Written by Jimmy Flores
Starring Desiree Del Valle, Carlo Aquino
(Philippines , 2006; 107 min.; color; Sony HD Cam; In Tagalog with English Subtitles)
Spectrum/U.S. Premiere

When a young woman who falls in love with her female best friend refuses her arranged marriage and rebels against her provincial town's customs, she finds the courage to start her own life that reflects her beliefs and her values. From the director of The Blossoming of Maximo Oliveros.

Friday, January 19, 12:00pm Egyptian Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 11:30am Library Center Theatre, Park City
Wednesday, January 24, 8:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 3:30pm Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center , SLC

A VERY BRITISH GANGSTER

Directed by Donal MacIntyre
(UK ; 2006; 97 min.; color/b&w; Sony HD Cam)
World Cinema Documentary Competition/World Premiere

Celebrated undercover journalist Donal MacIntyre explores the intriguing and contradictory life of Dominic Noonan, considered one of Britain 's biggest mob bosses, who also happens to be gay.

Friday, January 19, 10:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 3:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Monday, January 22, 10:30pm Broadway Centre Cinemas VI, SLC
Tuesday, January 23, 8:30am Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City

YEAR OF THE DOG

Directed by Mike White
Written by Mike White
Starring Molly Shannon, Peter Sarsgaard, Laura Dern
(USA : 2006; 98 min.; color; 35mm)
Premiere Section/World Premiere

A happy-go-lucky secretary's life changes in unexpected ways when her dog dies. From the screenwriter of Chuck and Buck.

Saturday, January 20, 6:30pm Eccles Theatre, Park City
Sunday, January 21, 8:30am Library Center Theatre, Park City
Sunday, January 21, 9:30pm Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center , SLC
Monday, January 22, 6:00pm Screening Room, Sundance Resort
Tuesday, January 23, 6:30pm Peery's Egyptian Theatre, Ogden

SHORT FILMS

ASK THE INSECTS

Directed by Steve Reinke
(Canada; 2006; 20 Minutes; color; Sony HD Cam)

Part homemade science (before it became doctrine and law), part animated video reverie, Reinke's brief and episodic compression is an incendiary release which opens by announcing the death of the reader, and ends with the death of the author.

Precedes feature film Last Dining Table

Friday, January 19, 11:30am Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 3:00pm Broadway Centre Cinemas IV, SLC
Tuesday, January 23, 3:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 7:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Sunday, January 28, 10:00am Screening Room, Sundance Resort

DOORMAN

Directed by Etienne Kallos
(USA ; 2006; 17 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)

A Latino doorman of a New York apartment building begins to unravel emotionally when he is seduced and then dumped by a privileged college kid who lives in the building.

Shown as part of Shorts Program II

Friday, January 19, 8:30am Racquet Club, Park City
Friday, January 19, 6:45pm Broadway Centre Cinemas V, SLC
Saturday, January 20, 1:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 2:30pm Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 9:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City

INFINITE DELAY

(Precedes feature film Strange Culture)
Directed by Kadet Kuhne
(USA ; 2006; 9 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)

A restrained subject surrenders herself to a sublime state of waiting in a mysterious underwater world.

Friday, January 19, 9:00am Egyptian Theatre, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 9:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 3:45pm Broadway Centre Cinemas V, SLC

LIGHT WORK I

(Precedes feature film Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait)
Directed by Jennifer Reeves
(USA ; 2006; 8 min.; color/b&w; Sony HD Cam)

Found images from 20th century educational films are sewn together with melted down pharmaceuticals affixed directly to the film, forming a concentrated fusion with pulsating electronic sounds, bass clarinet and organ.

Friday, January 19, 1:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 4:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Friday, January 26, 9:00pm Egyptian Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 9:30pm Broadway Centre Cinemas IV, SLC

THE TRAGIC STORY OF NLING

Directed by Jeffrey St. Jules
(Canada; 2006; 15 min.; b&w; Sony HD Cam)

In his struggle to survive beyond the walls of a slum city, a man soon finds that he is no more humane than his animal friend.

Shown as part of Shorts Program IV

Friday, January 19, 11:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 8:30pm Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Sunday, January 21, 6:45pm Broadway Centre Cinemas V, SLC
Saturday, January 27, 2:30pm Library Center Theatre, Park City
Sunday, January 28, 5:00pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City

DOCUMENTARY SHORT FILMS

FREEHELD

Directed by Cynthia Wade
(USA ; 2006; 40 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)

In the last weeks of her life, Lieutenant Laurel Hester has one goal - to leave her hard-earned pension to her life partner Stacie.

Shown as part of Documentary Spotlight

Friday, January 19, 8:30am Library Center Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 12:45pm Broadway Centre Cinemas V, SLC
Sunday, January 21, 8:30pm Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 8:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 4:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City

I JUST WANTED TO BE SOMEBODY

(Precedes feature film For the Bible Tells Me So)
Directed by Jay Rosenblatt
(USA ; 2006; 10 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)

Part document and part poem, this film brings us back to the late 1970s and reflects on Anita Bryant's life and the impact she had.

Sunday, January 21, 8:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Monday, January 22, 12:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 6:45pm Broadway Centre Cinemas V, SLC
Thursday, January 25, 2:30pm Library Center Theatre, Park City
Friday, January 26, 11:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City

SCAREDYCAT

(Precedes feature film Girl 27)
Directed by Andy Blubaugh (NGC)
(USA ; 2006; 13 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)

This film examines the inevitable and justifiable fear the filmmaker experiences following a physical assault at the hands of five young men.

Monday, January 22, 6:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 4:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Thursday, January 25, 11:30am Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Friday, January 26, 12:00pm Screening Room, Sundance Resort
Saturday, January 27, 8:30am Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

Directed by Mitch McCabe (NGC)
(USA ; 2006; 13 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)

A photographer chronicles her life over five years of political events, comically interweaving protest footage with her photographic diary of self-portraits to tell a modern tale about art, change, hope, and futility.

Shown as part of Documentary Spotlight

Friday, January 19, 8:30am Library Center Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 12:45pm Broadway Centre Cinemas V, SLC
Sunday, January 21, 8:30pm Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 8:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 4:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City

INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILMS

A DAY OUT

Directed by Jong Yoon Lee
(South Korea ; 2006; 13 min.; color; 35mm)

Repressed sexual longings between a stern military sergeant and his submissive private come to a violent boil when the two spend a night with a prostitute in a motel room.

Shown as part of Shorts Program IV

Friday, January 19, 11:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 8:30pm Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Sunday, January 21, 6:45pm Broadway Centre Cinemas V, SLC
Saturday, January 27, 2:30pm Library Center Theatre, Park City
Sunday, January 28, 5:00pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City

FAMILY REUNION

Directed by Isold Uggadottir
(Iceland ; 2006; 19 min.; color; 35mm)

New York lesbian, Katrin, struggles to come out to her relatives back in Iceland , but revelations at a family reunion challenge all her assumptions.

Shown as part of Shorts Program V

Friday, January 19, 12:00am Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 6:45pm Broadway Centre Cinemas V, SLC
Monday, January 22, 5:30pm Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Thursday, January 25, 6:30pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 9:15am Eccles Theatre, Park City

GRACELAND

Directed by Anocha Suwichakornpong
(Thailand ; 2006; 17 min.; color; 35mm)

One night in Bangkok, Jon and a mysterious woman embark on a journey to a foreign land - the human heart.

Show as part of Shorts Program II

Friday, January 19, 8:30am Racquet Club, Park City
Friday, January 19, 6:45pm Broadway Centre Cinemas V, SLC
Saturday, January 20, 1:00pm Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 2:30pm Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 9:15pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City

HARD TO SWALLOW

Directed by Mat Kirkby
(UK ; 2006; 14 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)

Three couples share Sunday lunch...and certainly don't drink too much, fight or swear at each other.

Shown as part of Shorts Program I

Friday, January 19, 8:30pm Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 1:30pm Broadway Centre Cinemas VI, SLC
Sunday, January 21, 9:15am Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City
Thursday, January 25, 12:00pm Egyptian Theatre, Park City
Saturday, January 27, 12:00am Holiday Village Cinema IV, Park City

MAKE A WISH

(Precedes feature film Enemies of Happines)
Directed by Cherien Dabis
(Palestinian Territories ; 2006; 12 min.; color; 35mm)

A young Palestinian girl will do anything it takes to buy a birthday cake.

Saturday, January 20, 2:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Sunday, January 21, 2:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Monday, January 22, 8:30am Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Tuesday, January 23, 9:00pm Broadway Centre Cinemas IV, SLC

PEACE TALK

Directed by Jenifer Malmqvist
(Sweden ; 2006; 14 min.; color; Sony HD Cam)

Little Jonna and her friend Emilie play at being soldiers, but Jonna's mother doesn't approve of the course their game takes.

Shown as part of Shorts Program IV

Friday, January 19, 11:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 8:30pm Prospector Square Theatre, Park City
Sunday, January 21, 6:45pm Broadway Centre Cinemas V, SLC
Saturday, January 27, 2:30pm Library Center Theatre, Park City
Sunday, January 28, 5:00pm Holiday Village Cinema III, Park City

SUNDANCE SPECIAL PROGRAMS

ARTIST SPOTLIGHT


PIERRE HUYGHE ARTIST SPOTLIGHT

Directed by Pierre Huyghe
(France ; 2007; 90 min.; color; 35mm)
New Frontier

A presentation of rarely screened short films by Pierre Huyghe, one of France 's most celebrated young artists. Huyghe's split-screen project The Third Memory (1999) features legendary gay bank robber John Wojtowicz re-enacting scenes from Dog Day Afternoon — the 1975 Al Pacino film based on Wojtowicz's real-life attempted bank robbery to pay for his lover's sex change operation. Also included are Blanche Neige Lucie (1997), Streamside Day (2003), This is Not a Time for Dreaming (2004), and A journey That Wasn't (2006).

Friday, January 19, 8:30pm Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City
Saturday, January 20, 11:30am Holiday Village Cinema II, Park City

SUNDANCE PANEL DISCUSSION

THE BURDEN OF REPRESENTATION

Whether it's speaking on behalf of all Native Americans or all Asian Americans or all gays, the burden of representation can weigh a lot. Most often that burden, imposed by a community's expectation, is never met. Join a openly gay Palawano Islander, a Jewish Maori, a Seminole Okie and a host of others whose films step outside "conventional" representation and explore what it means to speak for one's self rather than an entire community. Sterlin Harjo, Auraeus Solito, Taika Waititi and others are schedule to participate.

Thursday, January 25, 11:00am Elks Building , 550 Main St. , Park City

SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL

Slamdance Film Festival will be held from January 18 – 27, 2007. Slamdance's box-office is located at 255 Main Street in Park City , Utah . Tickets are $10 or $8.50 for Utah residents. Screenings will be held at Slamdance's headquarters, Treasure Mountain Inn, at the top of Main Street in Park City along with venues in Salt Lake . For more information, please visit www.slamdance.com.

FEATURE FILMS
(TIMES & SCREENING VENUES WILL BE ANNOUNCED SOON)


OFF THE GRID: LIFE ON THE MESA

Written & Directed by Jeremy Stulberg and Randy Stulberg
(USA ; 2007; 70 min)
World Premiere

Amid the backdrop of a vast New Mexican desert, a group including dispirited Gulf War veterans, vagabonds, and lost youth band together to protect "the last part of America that is free." Their extreme radical take on real American patriotism meets federal law head-on and their legal rights to produce and sell marijuana. Fight for your right to party!

Friday, January 19, 4:30pm Gallery Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn
Monday, January 22, 12:30pm Gallery Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn

RED WITHOUT BLUE

Written & Directed by Brooke Sebold, Benita Sills & Todd Sills
(USA ; 2007; 74 min)
World Premiere

This film documents the turbulent lives of identical twin brothers, Mark and Alex, and the journey they go through after one decides to become a woman. At 14, the twins had already been faced with divorce, coming out as gay, and a joint suicide attempt forcing a brief separation between the two. This story gives an honest portrayal of their bond and ultimate redemption despite their family's dismal past.

Sunday, January 21, 6:30pm Gallery Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn
Tuesday, January 23, 9:30pm Gallery Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn

SUPER AMIGOS

Written & Directed by Arturo Perez Torres
(Canada/Mexico; 2007; 82 min)
World Premiere

Meet Super Barrio, Super Gay, Super Ecologista, Super Animal and Fray Tormenta. They are real-life masked crusaders, out to fight crime in Mexico City . Together they fight against some of the city's worst criminals: corrupt government officials, homophobes, polluters, animal rights abusers, and poverty.

Monday, January 22, 8:30pm Main Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn
Thursday, January 25, 6:30pm Gallery Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn

SHORT FILMS

THE MALLORYS GO BLACK MARKET

Directed by JoEllen Martinson & William Scott Rees
(USA ; 2007; 13 min.)
Opening Night Short/World Premiere

Three Big Apple fashionistas ship two suitcases worth of vintage clothing to fashion hungry Russian teens in a scheme to save them from fashionable ruin.

Friday, January 19, 8:30pm Main Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn
Tuesday, January 23, 10am Main Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn

THE SADDEST BOY IN THE WORLD

Directed by Jamie Travis
(Canada ; 2006;13 min)
US Premiere

Being the saddest boy in the world is not easy for Timothy Higgins, but preparing himself for death is.

Saturday, January 20, 8:30pm Main Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn
Wednesday, January 24, 3:30 Main Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn

THE FAMOUS JOE PROJECT

Directed by Eli Rarey
(USA ; 2007; 16 min.)
World Premiere

In a grand attempt to spread love worldwide, a young man puts his web cam to great use and documents his sex life.

Sunday, January 21, 4:30pm Gallery Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn

THE CARESS OF THE CREATURE

Directed by Stewart McAlpine
(USA ; 2006; 19 min.)
World Premiere

Just what exactly is this thing creeping about in Lake Habbagappee... with such a gentle touch?

Sunday, January 21, 2:30pm Gallery Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn

$99 SPECIAL

PROCESSING

Directed by Michael Lucid
(USA , 2007)

A furtive counselor takes a crack at reigniting a broken friendship between two people still squabbling over past issues.

Friday, January 26, 11am Gallery Screening Room, Treasure Mountain Inn

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