NoBudge Live #13
Midnite weekend screenings happen on Friday & Saturday nights (meaning arrive on Friday and/or Saturday night by 11:45pm for seating, the movie starts after midnite)!
Run Time: 81 min. Rating: NR
Release Year: 2018
NoBudge is a movies club that presents a hand-picked selection of new indie movies daily. “One of the best places to sample what’s happening in low-budget cinema worldwide,” says Glenn Kenny of The New York Times. Its mission is to provide a supportive home for emerging indie filmmakers working with limited resources and without major industry connections, and to be a trusted discovery platform helping audiences find their new favorite movies and filmmakers.
Director Alexandra Neuman present.
A young woman copes with the messiness of womanhood by learning how to use a tampon.
The Apocalypse Will Blossom
Director Courtney Jines present.
After the 2016 U.S. presidential election, a young woman moves across the country to Washington D.C., to start what she hopes will be the next American revolution.
Directed by Dominique van Olm.
On the edge of adolescence, Dexter visits his sister for the first time.
Director Ashleigh Goh present.
Underneath the facade of opulence created by the influx of white, rich tourists, the modest Balinese people exist, detached from this constructed tourist experience.
Two Parts Black
Director Cleon Arrey present.
An exploration of blackness in America.
Director Lorelei Ramirez present.
A film about a person’s inability to cut an Avocado.
Director Max Roux present.
A delusional young woman mourning the loss of her cat receives an unexpected visitor.
Creators Dustin Waldman, Nicholas Nazmi and Bennett Clarkson present.
Setting out to “make a movie” on the streets of NYC, a man recruits strangers to act alongside him in “movie scenes.”
Directors Eric Paschal Johnson and Conor Dooley present.
The life story of Fernando Music, a writer born with no hands that becomes famous for a series of books about space and sex.
UPCOMING SPECIAL SCREENINGSSEE ALL
On the occasion of the release of his sixth film, director/writer Alex Ross Perry presents a special double-feature.
A person talking during a film can be the most annoying thing imaginable – unless that person is the director.