NoBudge Live #12 (Post-screening Q&A with filmmakers.)
- Mon Apr 9
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)!
Q&A with filmmakers after the screening.
Run Time: 85 min. Format: DCP Rating: NR
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.
JUST GETTING BY IS OK
Director Travis Wood present.
Experimental silent film about about a space mans first day in Brooklyn.
Director Alan Neal present.
After being turned down by a boy her age, sixteen-year-old Honey, the daughter of a religious family in a small Southern town, turns her interests to Leander, an older man who’s recently been saved at her church.
Director Mimi Jeffries present.
Bearing the weight of social obligation, Mel attends her baby shower.
Directors Anamari Mesa and Kevin Rios present.
A young woman begins to have doubts while waiting to meet the adoptive parents of her unborn child.
Director Sebastian Sdaigui present.
A candid portrait of three hedonistic queer performers living in New York.
Director Lance Lizardi present.
A young man takes his love for lizards to the extreme.
THE GOOD BOY
Director Will Kempner present.
Automation disrupts a father-son relationship.
Writer/star Amy Zimmer present.
A guileless shoe designer is unwittingly determined to make her sneaker pitch a success.
Director Tynan DeLong present.
A group of friends try to remake “The Matrix” in a Brooklyn apartment.
THE PHOTOS OF ANA
Director Graham Mason present.
An artist is interviewed about her photos.
UPCOMING SPECIAL SCREENINGSSEE ALL
A group of dedicated Bay Area headbangers shun MTV and hairbands in favor of thrash.