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Sunday, Mar 25, 2012 4:00 PM
IN ATTENDANCE DIRECTORS JANE PICKETT, MARC SALTARELLI AND MORE The Maiden and the Princess, The Men's Room, Pride, Half-Share, Time For Change, Hatch
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Admission Regular - $10.00

 
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The Maiden and the Princess Little Emmy Adams kisses a girl on the playground and is left feeling isolated and alone. The Grand High Council of Fairy Tale Rules and Standards led by Bernard (Julian Sands) sends her a hetero-normative fairytale to set her down the 'right' path in life. With the help of fairy godmother and rogue fairytale narrator, Hammond (David Anders), Emmy searches for herself amidst this musical fairytale.

The Men's Room IN ATTENDANCE DIRECTOR/WRITER JANE PICKETT The Men's Room is an emotionally charged short film dealing with explicit themes of male sexuality, intimacy, and the concept of public decency. When Thomas ventures into a park for a sexual encounter with a stranger, he uncovers a striking complexity composed of desire, fear, and betrayal when his would-be anonymous sex partner turns out to be a cop. The Men's Room explores the seemingly unwelcome yet enduring pastime of public sex, a world of secrecy and code lurking just below the surface of normalcy. ALSO IN ATTENDANCE PRODUCER ANDREW LUSH

Pride, Half-Share IN ATTENDANCE DIRECTOR MARC SALTARELLI On the morning of his annual gay pride party, Stephen's exhausted sister (Pauley Perrette) leaves their homophobic, Alzheimer's-suffering father (James Karen) on Stephen's (Perry Ojeda) doorstep. Father and son have been estranged since Stephen was a teen and was kicked out of the house. Throughout the day, Stephen's friends & guests (Susan Blakely, 'Sugar' Kiper, among others) take turns looking in on and sharing stories with the ailing senior, providing a rather unique crash course in all things gay. As seeds of Stephen and his father's turbulent relationship come to light so does hope that the two can move past their fears, accept and forgive one another. 

Time For Change A little Austrian girl on her way home for lunch is the daily witness to a long simmering spousal feud between two wooden figurines on the local town clock. What seems like innocent pantomime is not so sweet. When the old woman realizes she is going to be replaced by a young blond model, she decides to take action. But the old man outwits her and brings an unexpected change.

Hatch HATCH follows two couples and the wrenching decisions they each much make on a wintry Vienna night. Milo and Bilijana, illegal immigrants seeking opportunity, must acknowledge that they cannot raise their newborn and hope to achieve their own youthful dreams at the same time. Across town, Thomas and Andreas, an older and more stable couple desperately want to welcome a child into their lives. Decisions borne of desperation by both couples cause thei lives to briefly cross, and engender parallel feelings of angst and frustration as each accepts the harsh reality of what is simply, and unreasonably, not possible.

HATCH follows two couples and the wrenching decisions they each must make on a wintry Vienna night. Milo and Biljana, illegal immigrants seeking opportunity, must acknowledge that they cannot raise their newborn and hope to achieve their own youthful dreams at the same time. Across town, Thomas and Andreas, an older and more stable couple desperately want to welcome a child into their lives. Decisions borne of desperation by both couples cause their lives to briefly cross, and engender parallel feelings of angst and frustration as each accepts the harsh reality of what is simply, and unreasonably, not possible.