ANIMATION 9:00 VIDEO 2004 CANADA
In a bracingly honest, revealing, revolting and hilarious monologue, Montreal comic artist Rick Trembles (creator of Motion Picture Purgatory) spills the beans on his sexual peccadilloes, touching on masturbation, cross-dressing, coprophagia and pretty much every cavity, protrusion and fluid the human body has to offer. “The Sickest film I’ve seen all year. I loved it!” – Bill Plympton
CUSHION ALEXANDER ROJAS
SHORT 15:00 VIDEO 2004 CHICAGO
“Two teenagers, brought together through cyber-chat and phone-sex, decide to meet in person. But from the first steps of coordinating the meeting to the decidedly anti-climactic finish, they experience a series of poignant and quietly comical mishaps, in their attempts to connect personally in a world saturated with impersonal modes of communication.” A.R.
FIVE MORE MINUTES DENA DECOLA, KARIN WANDNER
SHORT 17:00 VIDEO 2005
“An exploration into grief. Two women spend an afternoon trying to re-create time with one of their mothers. The film is based on a written script, it also documents moments, where the filmmakers break character, revealing that the story is propelled by actual desire.” –D.D. and K.W.
RESIDENT OF EARTH PAUL TARRAGO
EXPERIMENTAL 15:00 VIDEO 2004 U.K.
“Variform. I think this is about the lure of living with less gravity. Ostensibly particulate. It’s almost certainly about weight – and waiting – and south London and stasis, and the ongoing colonisation of the moon. Definitely heartfelt.” — P. T.
L.O.V.E. TED PASSON
EXPERIMENTAL 6:30 VIDEO 2005
A love story in three parts involving ketchup, diners, and New Jersey.
I’D RATHER BE DEAD THAN LIVE IN THIS WORLD ANDREW SEMANS
SHORT 17:00 16MM ON VIDEO 2004
“A young couple struggle to maintain a private utopia in a vicious, unforgiving world.” – A. S.
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