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Kick Off Pride Weekend With ‘The Foxy Merkins’ at BAMCinemafest

Kick Off Pride Weekend With ‘The Foxy Merkins’ at BAMCinemafest

Fresh off the bus in New York City, Margaret embarks on a career as a lesbian prostitute, servicing upper-class Manhattanites under the tutelage of Jo, a straight and streetwise grifter with a knack for picking up women. Madeleine Olnek’s raucous buddy comedy and Independent Spirit Award nominee (co-written with the two stars, Lisa Haas and

2014 Tribeca Film Festival Filmmaker Interview: Onur Tukel (Director – ‘Summer of Blood’)

Brooklyn writer-director Onur Tukel stars in ‘SUMMER OF BLOOD‘, a black comedy about relationships, attraction, commitment, and the true meaning of ‘eternity.’ Eric, a misanthropic, emotionally-stunted New Yorker, finds himself on the brink of a premature mid-life crisis when he rejects his career-woman girlfriend’s marriage proposal. Stuck at a dead-end job with no allure in

SXSW & AFI Film Fest Favorite ‘WUSS’ Opens @ reRun Theater – May 3, 2013

‘Wuss‘ is the story of a high school teacher who faces constant ridicule after he’s repeatedly beaten up by several of his own students. Having nowhere else to turn, he eventually teams up with another of his students to fight back. This student, a young girl, is feared school-wide because of a dark family reputation.

Interview: Sam Neave (Writer/Director – ‘Almost in Love’)

‘ALMOST in LOVE‘ is a love story shot in two single, continuous 40 minute takes set eighteen months apart: the first over a sunset, the second over a sunrise. Sasha has been in love with Mia for years. His best friend, Kyle, recently started dating Mia until it all fell apart. None of them have

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