Wheres My Film?
2005 Festival Program
4 WEEKENDS: April 22 - May 16, 2005
Saturdays & Sundays: Screenings DayNight
Arlene’s Grocery Saturday April 23, 2005
196-NS ICHIAI 18:00 Dir. Emie(Eva-Marie Elg) Manhattan and Japanese hipsters woven together through Ichiai. Pretty photography.
82-NS A Potato Chip Tale 21:00 Dir. Heide Sjursen/ Clark ov Saturn What could wrong in the life of a supermodel with a pink telephone who lives in the very heart of DUMBO?
285-NS Empire 13:00 Dir. Joy Zaccaria Mission Impossible meets The Spanish Prisoner. A thriller that will leave you guessing.
76-DS Rocco Primavera 7:00 Dir. Philip Snyder Documentary concentrates on the work of a NJ based entrepreneur and his lovely assistants.
78- AS Little Monster Dam 8:00 Dir. Tadakune Yasuda 21st Century take on “Ugly Duckling”.
254-NS Lame 26:00 Dir. Steven D’lorio Doug Lloyd Christian bashing. WARNING: you may find this offensive. Seriously.
75-NS A Candy Cane Monster Holiday 4:00 Dir. Erik Santa Claus reconnects with his abandoned children. Reception follows.
77- NS Eviction 4:00 Dir. Don Gaile A love letter to a landlord. Psychological tension that would make Dostoevsky crap his pants.
48-NS H.R. Pukenshette 10:00 Dir. Steve Herold & Kurt Christiansen Heartbreak, Cuervo, projectile vomiting and guardian angel. It’s A Wonderful Life meets Sid and Marty Kroft.
209-DS Finding Jamie 10:00 Dir. Vicky Kuperman
34-NS The Wiffler 20:00 Dir. Kevin Scott A game of Wiffle Ball becomes a battlefield for two comedians.
39-NS Employee Orientation 4:00 Dir. Gregory McDonald Narrator explores his desires, sexuality and demons through archival footage.
53-NS The Gynecologists 12:00 Dir. Adam Dubin Hit men and underage sex lead to a shot gun wedding. Guest starring Lewis Black.
119-NF Townies 113:00 Dir. Brett Bagenstose At last, it’s this generations’s Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Outstanding.
Living Room Saturday April 23, 2005
129-DS/DF Will & Right 32:00 Dir. Michael Hall Gay and lesbian voices speak out in doc about same-sex marriage.
120-ES The Ark Of Life 20:00 Dir. Valery Baravi A contemplative, thoughtful work.
270-ES The Cave 8:00 Dir. Ted Weinbaum Fire is the central element of this earthy short.
266-ES Time Painting 6:00 Dir. Ted Weinbaum Cinematographic interpretation of a city.
267-ES Epilogue 5:00 Dir. Ted Weinbaum The city can be a rough place for living things in the experimental short.
268-ES Nursery Rhyme 6:00 Dir. Ted Weinbaum Trove of archival footage sings ode to urban roots.
269-ES Ustuolskaya 6:00 Dir. Ted Weinbaum Steel, iron and construction are the fooder for this visual tour.
233-NS The Idea 18:00 Dir. Robert Lee Russell III This how we party in Texas y’all.
303-DF A Place Like This 59:00 Dir. Yvonne Kenney Sensitive, informative documentary of a Chelsea women’s shelter with a logn history.
337-NS Its All You Can Hope For 14:00 Dir. Joe Dixon Baring your soul and feeling naked doing it.
265-NS Coming To My Senses 9:00 Dir. Chad Richards Woman begins to experience the world through her senses
226-NS What Remains 15:00 Dir. Curtis G. Schmitt A Madman confronts his immutable self.
124-NS Kiss and Run 12:00 Dir. Hollie Harper The incredibly true story of a woman obsessed with finding love.
117-NS Stay Good 9:00 Dir. Julie Perez Young girl tries to reconcile the Virgin Mary with her own burgeoning sexual curiosity.
100-NS The Face of The Earth 19:00 Dir. William Speruzzi Dark, disturbing police drama.
98-NS Better Without The Pulp 13:00 Dir. Benjamin J. Weisman Cultural pride unites, divides and confuses in this modern tragedy.
MF Gallery Saturday April 23, 2005
1- NS/ES To Every Story 5:00 Dir. Adam Etline New York City truly is a “gorgeous mosaic.”
167-NS Alchemist 23:00 Dir. Adrian Leath A man tries to live by his wits and a code in NYC.
6-DS Enrique S. The Shodan of One 18:00 Dir. M.B. Enver Beautiful scenes of aikido practice are juxtaposed to narration about the history of this ancient martial art.
184-NS Likely Hero 9:00 Dir. Stuart Weinstock Being a crime-fighter ain’t what it used to be.
342-NS Chimbomba 8:00 Dir. David E Goodman Soft, entrancing black and white photography. Fine original score.
343-NS Narroway 9:00 Dir. David E Goodman A Knights Tale meets The Hobbit.
344-NS Willow Weaver 11:00 Dir. David E Goodman Don’t make me get medieval on your ass.
345-ES Yellow #1 7:00 Dir. Elliot FahlgrenTechnique-driven short asks many questions.
339-ES Cadmium Yellow 3:00 Dir. James Quinlan “TAXI!”
185-MV Goodbye 7:00 Dir. Kirk A Chukalas What if Yanni and John Tesh had a lovechild using Enya as the sexual surrogate?
346-ES The Center For Hearing and Dizziness 10:00 Dir. Gary PecorinoThese guys put the “mental” in experimental.
8-NS Un-Real 28:00 Dir. Paul Natale Seven meets Saw. Note to filmmaker” Please don’t kill me.
256-NS TOTEM 14:00 Dir. Kevin Nicholson It’s Heathers meets Bully in a horror film that would make Clive Barker shit his pants.
123-AS Circle of Freaks 6:00 Dir. David Popolow Little claymation boy gets his money’s worth at carnival freak show.
Arlene’s Grocery Sunday April 24, 2005
289-NF I Dream of Dracula 75:00 Dir. Jim Haggerty Not a dream you want to have to often. Great gore.
361-NF The Rodnees: We Mod Like That! 77:00 Dir. Lindley Farley The Five Heartbeats meets The Thing You Do.
7pm-8pm: REEL SWEET BETTY
134-MV “Manchester United” The Giraffes 6:00 Dir. Joe Renz and The Giraffes And the hits just keep on coming in the two-fisted music video. No stuntmen were used.
332-NS Why Must I be A Zombie In Love? 17:00 Dir. Ben Jurin Love means never having to share a spleen for dessert. Film that makes From Dusk ‘til Dawn look like a kids birthday party.
172-ES Food 12:00 Dir. Jack Myers Far-out mixed-media film. Awesome special effects.
359-NS Suicide Queens 8:00 Dir. Jem Jurin To be or not to be? Let’s just shoot each other in the backyard. Fun time.
126-NS Mistakes Were Made 14:00 Dir. Jeffery Velazquez Three shorts from a Picture Show veteran. Classic fight scene in Overtime.
164-ES Braintrain 22:00 Dir. Jimi Pantalon Scissors, paper, glue. A visual-aural collage of one man’s tormented stream of consciousness. Totally compelling.
170-ES Carnival 4:00 Dir. Alfred Giancarli Step right up and take a ride!
169-ES A Life in the Day of 4:00 Dir. Michael Hall Sometimes it’s hard to know what you look like.
199-DS Booth #154 18:00 Dir. Wendy Brinker, Jonathon R. Robinson Riveting firsthand accounts of encounters with the supernatural.
193-MV Superhuman 4:00 Dir. Lindell Blai, Jen-Claude Harris Top animation set to groovy music.
192-NS Alien Bong 11:00 Dir. Lindell Blai, Jen-Claude Harris That’s some powerful muthafuckin’ herb.
191-NS Possessed Property 22:00 Dir. Lindell Blai, Jen-Claude Harris Make sure your realtor does his due –diligence. Scary stuff.
188-NS Love Story 9:00 Dir. Jason Fisher Love means never having to say “Fuck you bitch.”
189-ES Joke 5:00 Dir. Jason Fisher This city can make you %&$#@ crazy!
12-NS Two Wrongs 9:00 Dir. Vance Tucker Death Wish comes to Tribeca, in tale of revenge
9-DF The Restorer 40:00 Dir. Selcuk Oksuglu Doc-biopic professional carpet restorer.
The Living Room Sunday April 24, 2005
51-DF Why Neal? 90:00 Dir. Chris Deleo Brutally honest look into a socially challenged collage artist who confronts his demons.
204-NF Blue Skies are A Lie 97:00 Dir. Gregory Ruzzin As Good as it Gets meets Rainman at the crossroads of Thelma and Louise. Fine acting.
180-NS The Spin Cycle 10:00 Dir. Chris Ohlson Woman in laundromat needs some fabric softner but gets taken to the cleaners.
28-NF The Lacan Hour 49:00 Dir. Erich Kuersten An over-intellectual Mr. Rogers explores life’s phallas-ies.
23-NS “Fickle” 26:00 Dir. Joseph Fusco Whatever fickles your pickle...or whatever.
27-NS The Ballad of Cherry and Starbuckle 19:00 Dir.Laura Fay Lewis A young cowboy follows a sexy female singer halfway across the country.
111-DS Motherwell 4:00 Harlan D Whatley Revealing story of protest and conscience.
177-NS Rose Madder 12:00 Roberta Gotti A fine film from London that is sure to delight.
283-NS Do Tell-Rise of an Artist 12:00 Tony Cadet A movie that you’ve been waiting to see.