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AFTER PORN ENDS – 94:00 – Documentary
A documentary that not only examines the lives and careers of some of the biggest names in the history of the adult entertainment industry; but what happens to them after they leave the business and try to live the “normal” lives that millions of other Americans enjoy.
- Wednesday, June 13th @ 8p
- Saturday, June 16th @ Midnight
- Thursday, June 21st @ 8p
- Saturday, June 23rd @ 8:15p
11/11/11 – 90:00 – Horror
Young parents and their son move into a new neighborhood and soon discover that all of their new neighbors are conspiring to control the boy in the belief he is the anti-Christ.
- Friday, June 15th @ 1015p
FRED & VINNIE – 89:00 – Comedy
Lonely guy Fred Stoller is thrilled when his good buddy, Vinnie D’Angelo, the world’s happiest agoraphobic and fattest vegetarian, comes to live with him,until Vinnie also proves to be the world’s most maddening roommate.
- Friday, June 15th @ 8p
- Sunday, June 17th @ 2:15p
RETRACE – 98:00 – Drama
A Holocaust survivor returns with her husband and sister to Transylvania, Romania for the first time since her youth. As the memories of her forgotten past come to life, she has to overcome the depressing reality of Ceausescu’s communist dictatorship as well as the developing romance between her husband and her sister.
- Sunday, June 17th @ 8p
SINE ZEN NON – 69:00 – Documentary
Filmmaker/actor Kevin Carr takes the viewer on a fever dream through the streets of Amsterdam in this Zen stoner comedy as he philosophizes and theorizes his way to finding the best bud in the city.
- Wednesday, June 13th @ 4:20p
- Thursday, June 14th @ 4:20p
- Saturday, June 16th @ 4:20p
THE LAUGHING MATTER – 98:00 – Documentary
Enter Hollywood’s hottest competition as improv comedy’s freshest talent battle for legendary laughs, immortal glory, and the ultimate cage match title in The Laughing Matter.
- Friday, June 15th @ 4p
- Saturday, June 16th @ 8p
- Thursday, June 21st @ 10:00p
THE RIGHT TO LOVE – AN AMERICAN FAMILY – 90:00 – Documentary
Jay and Bryan with their two adopted kids start a YouTube channel called “Gay Family Values” in order to combat the lies about same-sex marriage, but the media and their own family are not easily changed.
- Thursday, June 14th @ 615p
- Sunday, June 17th @ 6p
- Friday, June 22nd @ 4p
THE SELLING – 90:00 – Comedy
A too-honest-for-his-own-good real estate agent has to sell a haunted house before its ghostly inhabitants ruin his life.
- Saturday, June 16th @ 10p
- Friday, June 22nd @ 9p
THE TWISTED LIFE OF MINDYA12 – 65:00 – Documentary
A single woman, Mindy Reed, feels she is disappearing in middle-age and turns to YouTube vlogging for validation, communication and community building. Incorporating both interviews and video blogs.
Short film THE BREAKUP by Sparklepuss precedes screening.
- Saturday, June 23rd @ 6:30p
WAGES OF SIN – 99:00 – Drama
1964. A small town. A kidnapping. A simple plan… just like in the movies. But real life isn’t simple. Somebody always gets hurt.
- Thursday, June 21st @ 545p
- Wednesday, June 13th @ 6p
- Friday, June 15th @ 215p
- Sunday, June 17th @ 1015p
- Thursday, June 21st @ 4p
- Friday, June 22nd @ 730p
NOBODY LOSES ALL THE TIME – 14:30
Mexico City, 1973. After a long, hot day of shooting “Bring Me the Head of Alfredo Garcia” director Sam Peckinpah and his producing partners leap into action in order to save their motion picture from getting shut down
SPARKLEPUSS: DOMESTIC VIOLENCE – 0:43
The comedy team SPARKLEPUSS gives us a public service announcement about domestic violence.
GREAT THINGS – 12:40
At the Aztec Hotel on old Route 66 in the San Gabriel valley, a young woman is taken in by the hotel’s laundry man. Guy Zimmerman, director of last year’s favorite, “Pronghorn” brings another trippy short film to the Hollywood Fringe.
CARL’S LAMENT – 9:30
Carl travels door to door with his compulsive flashy behavior and a reluctant need for divine intervention.
OUTSIDE PARADISE – 29:00
Two brothers equipped with Peacemaker six-shooters, a gross misinterpretation of the Holy Bible, and their obsession with Hollywood Western folk heroes, journey across a post-apocalyptic American wasteland in search of their survivalist grandfather.
SHORT FERVIDITIES – Dramatic – (67:00)
- Thursday, June 14th @ 215p
- Friday, June 15th @ 615p
- Sunday, June 17th @ 415p
- Friday, June 22nd @ 215p
- Saturday, June 23rd @ 230p
COMING HOME – 7:25
An anxious, young wife waits for her husband at the train station as he returns from war.
IMPERFECT – 24:00
A Film Noir examination of our obsession with beauty, technology and the cult of fame.
THE AERIAL GIRL – 12:30
Urban cool teen Taylor’s life is uprooted when her father dies and she moves to her grandfather’s ranch in Wyoming with her mother. There Taylor meets a ranch hand who turns her life upside down.
SATI – 7:30
On the verge of being sacrificed on her husband’s funeral pyre, Dhumavati makes the bold and dangerous choice to flee her fate, in turn, discovering her self worth.
THE FAMILY FRIEND – 15:15
Both known and unknown secrets are housed in a seedy motel room in the high desert as two siblings visit with a man from their past.
SHORT FIGMENTS – Fantasy/Sci-Fi/Horror (52:00)
- Thursday, June 14th @ 10p
- Friday, June 15th @ 1245p
- Saturday, June 16th @ 245p
- Friday, June 22nd @ 1230p
- Saturday, June 23rd @ 1015p
BUGBABY – 15:46
Little Sammy Gregory is a “special needs” infant – special in that he resembles a giant insect and needs a constant supply of raw meat. Mink Stole appears as a social worker in this silly take on modern parenting.
SHOW ME – 12:50
A married Vaudevillian couple examine their parenting options once the circuit begins to crumble.
SPARKLEPUSS: EXTREME CHEFS
The comedy troupe Sparklepuss brings its madness to the world of The Food Network.
BLOOD ROULETTE – 12:45
You never know exactly what your boyfriend is up to when he stays at home all day while you’re at work.
ANNA SEES GHOSTS – 7:30
A gentle walk through the veil guided by the beautifully evocative musical strains of Windows To Sky.
SHORT JOCOSITIES – Comedies (66:00)
- Wednesday, June 13th @ 2p
- Thursday, June 14th @ 815p
- Saturday, June 16th @ 615p
- Thursday, June 21st @ 2p
- Friday, June 22nd @ 1115p
- Saturday, June 23rd @ 430p
SPARKLEPUSS: RAPE PSA (0:35)
The comedy team SPARKLEPUSS gives us a public service announcement about rape.
METHOD – 8:55
An actress in LA goes to any and all lengths to capture the proper characterization for a role in which she’s been cast.
SPARKLEPUSS: ABORTION PSA (0:30)
The comedy team SPARKLEPUSS gives us a public service announcement about abortion.
BACK TO HOLDING – 21:00
Which is harder? Serving time in prison or working as an extra in Hollywood?
SPARKLEPUSS: MASTURBATION PSA (0:32)
The comedy team SPARKLEPUSS gives us a public service announcement about masturbation.
HUGHES THE FORCE – 34:20
Mashing up the Star Wars and John Hughes universes, high school nerds set out to create the real Princess Leia. Filmmaker Kevin Smith makes a cool cameo.
SHORT UNFATHOMABLES – Oddities (65:00)
- Thursday, June 14th @ 12:30p
- Friday, June 22nd @ 6p
- Saturday, June 23rd @ 11:45p
THE BLKICE CHRONICLES: THE SHIFTER – 32:00
CURATOR’S PICK! Defies categorization. Ed Wood meets Spike Lee. DIY at its most extreme. Director/Writer/Editor/CD store owner Crazy Dee encounters a strange being vesseled in the form of an innocent looking female. Based on a true story!
SPARKLEPUSS: FREE BLEEDING – 3:00
The comedy team SPARKLEPUSS examines the extreme benefits of a more natural approach to dealing with menstruation.
UNTITLED MF 6: BRING THE RUKUS – 20:00
An amalgam of images and quick cuts that takes you on a reeling ride of nonsensical metaphors.
FILM FRINGE TOUR 2012 – All day event
A touring compilation of film screenings showcasing up and coming filmmakers from around the world, and presenting their films to international audiences. Stopping at Fringe festivals in Hollywood, Edinburgh and Philadelphia. Specific film schedule at: www.filmfringetour.com
- Sunday, June 24th , all day, starting @ 2p.
A brand new dark comedy from some dudes you never heard of. It's surreal! It's absurd! It's low budget! It's the fringiest Fringe show that's ever fringed! OMR Theatre @ The Complex - 6/3, 6/9, 6/18, 6/21, 6/23
In 2001, Shadley Grei went to a holiday party that he was sure his father would attend. It felt brave to show up because he didn't know anybody at the party, including his father. ... And that's the boring part.