CineBLAST! Vol. 2
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Eight independent short films include: Frog Crossing, by Jamie Babbit
and Ari Gold, the story of an environmental wacko who falls for a
junkfood diva while defending mating frogs on a California highway;
Generic Metal Titan, a powerful, award-winning story of teen angst by
Timothy Naylor; Tick, by John Hamburg, the Sundance hit comedy about
inept bomb disposal experts finding love in the ashes of their
careers, starring Michael Showalter of MTV's The State; An Autumn
Wind, by Iara Lee, the director of Synthetic Pleasures, a beautiful
reflection of Japanese culture with haikus written and read by Allen
Ginsberg; Boom, by Morgan J. Freeman, starring Brendan Sexton, Jr.
(Welcome to the Doll House), shot in Virginia, the beautiful drama of
the tattered lives of three orphans; Bad Liver, Broken Heart, by
British director Terry Stacey, an ironic take on Americana in which
two fictional types meet and celebrate the Greyhound bus and the
passing of their era; Call Waiting, by Mimi Steinberg, filmed in Grand
Central Station at telephone booths, in which a parade of bizarre New
Yorkers passes before the eyes of a young country boy; and A Counter
Fancy, by Brian D. Cange, the story of a diner waitress whose
dishwater life is spiced up by the attentions of a mysterious stranger
(Bill Sage). "A welcome antidote to the anti-short mentality that
marginalizes some of the best filmmaking in the country" (Filmmaker
Magazine). 100 mins.