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Live Recording and Music by Kevin Gant

Thursday April 4

7 PM
Free - Donations Accepted

Never Records: You Are Not Listening

THURSDAY APRIL 4

8pm

Q&A follows with director Jason Wyche & Never Records founder, Ted Riederer

 

FREE SCREENING – DONATIONS ACCEPTED

 

directed by: Jason Wyche

RATED PG

 

Never Records: You Are Not Listening is a feature length documentary about artist/musician Ted Riederer and his Never Records project. The documentary explores the power of art and music to unite, educate, and uplift a community. In an era overwhelmed by virtual communities, Riederer is attempting to create actual communities.

Now Forager

FRIDAY APRIL 5

8pm

 

Q&A follows with Jason Cortlund & Julia Halperin

 

FREE SCREENING – DONATIONS ACCEPTED

 

Directed by: Jason Cortlund and Julia Halperin

RATED PG

 

Lucien and Regina are foragers – they gather wild mushrooms and sell them to New York restaurants. Their lifestyle is simple, their income unstable. As Regina seeks more security and Lucien wants to devote himself to full-time nomadic foraging, their individual desires put the marriage to a test. A food lovers’ film.

Live Recording and Music by Joe Reyna

Friday April 5

7pm 

Free - Donations Accepted

eMANNzipation

FRIDAY APRIL 5

10pm

 

Q&A follows with director Philipp Mueller-Dorn

 

FREE SCREENING – DONATIONS ACCEPTED

 

Directed by: Philipp Mueller-Dorn

RATED PG-13

 

Dominik Liebmann is a man who has lost everything: His wife, son, job,house – even his pride. Financially and emotionally bankrupt he entersBerlins first and only “Männerhaus”: a shelter for battered men. Hemeets Holger the director of the house and its members.

 

After a psychiatric examination by the youth welfare office he has toparticipate in the Group Therapy Session of the “Männerhaus” in orderto get custody for his son Dylan. After an initial resistance Dominikdecides to participate and so the other members of the “Männerhaus”learn about Dominiks past. …

The Dolls of Lisbon

Playing with Seed Story
 

SATURDAY APRIL 6

8pm

 

Q&A follows with director Ethan Minsker and Antagonist members Crispy and Rubio

 

FREE SCREENING – DONATIONS ACCEPTED

 

Directed by: Ethan Minsker

RATED PG-13

 

Channeling the Mexican Zapatista movement, The Dolls of Lisbon is New York City’s Antagonist Art Movement’s latest calling. Featuring artists from The US, Ecuador, Portugal, and fellow Antagonist Artists in Europe, this documentary focuses on the labors of the artist and begs the question: If you knew being an artist would be this much of a struggle, would you still have taken this path? The documentary also includes a varied soundtrack of underground musicians.

Seed Story (Short)

Playing with The Dolls of Lisbon

Saturday April 6
8 PM

 

FREE SCREENING -- DONATIONS ACCEPTED

 

Directed by: William D. Caballero

 

As a lone dandelion blossoms in an abandoned parking lot, it divides the lives of several miniature people in this experimental narrative short film that examines the role of religion, capitalism, environmentalism, and fascism shot in macro perspective. This excerpt occurs halfway into the 12 minute film, and deals with the subject of capitalism and pollution.Seed Story is the latest short film created by MTV Movie Award nominated filmmaker William D. Caballero.

Breakin' LA

SATURDAY APRIL 6

10pm

 

Q&A follows with filmmakers Karla Lemus & Boris Castro

 

FREE SCREENING – DONATIONS ACCEPTED

 

Directed by: Karla Lemus & Boris Castro

RATED PG-13

 

A group of bicycle aficionados from Hamburg, Sankt Pauli traveled to Los Angeles, to cross the city for 12 days into all cardinal directions. They cruised through the barrios of East L.A., to the beaches of Venice, climbed the Hollywood Hills and discovered a forgotten velodrome in Encino.They worked as volunteers at the Midnight Mission on Skid Row, where 15,000 people live homeless and as a contrast they face the madness of lethal weapons at the L.A. Gun range in downtown.The movie is not just showing Los Angeles from an unknown perpective, it also puts up the question how one can cross this ecological and cultural desert. But the group is not alone, because L.A. shaped a remarkable and complex bike community, who daily faces the pressures of modern evolution and overcome the distances and the traffic.Along the boulevards that are lined by palms trees either in the rich residential areas or in the ganglands of the poor, their bikes became a tool to discover, to challenge and to encounter.

 

AFTER THE FILM THERE WILL BE A LATE NIGHT SOCIAL RIDE THAT WILL END UP AT GREEKS 205 FOR AN AFTER PARTY

 

Ride is going to take place right after the Breakin LA film. We want everyone to wear reflective gear, helmets and have lights on their bikes. We will meet up right after the film and do a social ride through Riverside Park, then end up at Greek Brothers.

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