The award-winning short film that took home the Silver Saint George for Best Short in the Shorts Competition at the 38th Moscow International Film Festival is available for streaming. This film screened at festivals around the world and got two-thumbs up from a member of the Pussy Riot. For a limited time, use promo code "annaoutonbail" to rent for $3.99. (Price is normally $14.99 due to explicit content and its award-status.) Click the link to watch: Selfied on Vimeo.
"Selfied" will finally come home to the Twin Cities after touring Europe, where the film won the Silver George at the Moscow International Film Festival and received both praise and controversy for its honest and brutal portrait of online culture and socially-sanctioned narcissism. "Selfied" is screening in Shorts Program 4 on Thursday, April 20th at 7PM at St. Anthony Main. "Kismet Kill" is also an official selection, and will participate in the XYZ Party at the Soap Factory on April 21st which features music videos from the past year and live musical performances including Haley Bonar's side project Gramma's Boyfriend. Tickets are on sale now at the film society website.
This fun video I got to direct made its debut on The Bluegrass Situation this week (April 17th, 2017). You can check out the write up here. Video below.
The evening will include screenings of each fellow's work and discussion on the year. Empathy Arousal will be in the line-up so if you're dying to see it, here's your chance. April 13th, 5:30PM Reception and 6:30PM show.
An Academy-qualifying film festival and now in its 45th year, the Athens International Film & Video Festival will take place April 3rd-9th, 2017 where my latest film, "Empathy Arousal" will make its World Premier. "Empathy Arousal" is an experimental short film about a woman stuck behind a car door who meditates on her life before pain in this Beckett-esque dystopia. The film was conceived and shot during a weekend in Los Angeles. Super excited to be a part of this awesome festival again. "Selfied" screened here last year and they screen really cool stuff.