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Jennifer’s Body

Thu, Oct 28

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)!

Introduction by The Future of Film is Female founder Caryn Coleman

Director: Karyn Kusama Run Time: 113 min. Format: DCP Rating: R Release Year: 2009

Starring: Megan Fox, Amanda Seyfried, Adam Brody, Chris Pratt

Celebrate Halloween with The Future of Film is Female as we present Karyn Kusama’s 2009 epic classic Jennifer’s Body. “The Future of HORROR is Female” goodies will be available for sale. To make an additional $10 donation to The Future of Film is Female, select the “Event + Donation” ticket on the checkout screen.

When small town high-school student Jennifer is possessed by a hungry demon, she transitions from being “high-school evil” — gorgeous (and doesn’t she know it), stuck up and ultra-attitudinal — to the real deal: evil/evil. The glittering beauty becomes a pale and sickly creature jonesing for a meaty snack, and guys who never stood a chance with the heartless babe, take on new luster in the light of Jennifer’s insatiable appetite. Meanwhile, Jennifer’s lifelong best friend Needy, long relegated to living in Jennifer’s shadow, must step-up to protect the town’s young men, including her nerdy boyfriend.

Screening before Jennifer’s Body, a FOFIF short:
directed by Kristine Gerolaga, 2019 (11 min)
When Ivy agrees to let her old friend Bless treat her to a spa day, she soon learns that Bless has joined a cosmetics pyramid scheme.

The Future of Film is Female amplifies the work of all women filmmakers through its funding, exhibition, and promotion programs. Our mission to support filmmakers early in their career through is achieved through our grant program for short films, our unique programming commitment to theatrical representation of films by women, our community building with women in the industry to facilitate necessary culture change, and through ensuring equal representation of BIWOC within all of our programs. We are committed to creating industry-wide partnerships to work in solidarity towards an equitable future of film.



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