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THE FISHERWOMAN, FOR THE WOMAN ON THE FLOOR, FRAMES, LADY HUNTERS, MOON RABBIT and SAME SAME AND DIFFERENT
Dwyer Cultural Center
New York, NY
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THE FISHERWOMAN, FOR THE WOMAN ON THE FLOOR, FRAMES, LADY HUNTERS, MOON RABBIT and SAME SAME AND DIFFERENT
Shorts programs are listed alphabetically and not in the order of screening.

Followed by a Q & A with the filmmakers

THE FISHERWOMAN
Director: Lorena Duran
Country: Dominican Republic, USA, Running Time: 11 min
Celida, the leader of a group of fisherwoman, tries to seek the help of local fishermen after her fish farm gets poisoned by a male competitor., FOR THE WOMAN ON THE FLOOR,

FOR THE WOMAN ON THE FLOOR  
Harlem Premiere
Director: Livia Ihinosen Ohihoin
Country: USA, Running Time: 8 min
After a traumatizing assault on her body, a woman hides within a quiet world of clean sheets. Ms. Yarn must reveal the pain she has buried deep within.

FRAMES
Director: Frank Donnangelo
Country: USA, Running Time: 3 min
Max, an amateur photographer, overcomes having her heart broken by her girlfriend, Jess, with competing thoughts of cherishing the love she had.

LADY HUNTERS
Director: Angela Atwood
Country: USA, Running Time: 16 min
Three best friends, on a weekend retreat to the Adirondacks, learn a heinous gang rapist has been released from prison nearby. Dangerously curious, with their hearts set on retribution, the women accidentally kill the criminal, only to learn his cronies are still on the loose. Incensed by the atrocious nature of the crime against a teenage girl, and incarceration of only one of the perpetrators, the three suburban moms find themselves novice killers and self-appointed arbiters of justice.



MOON RABBIT                                                                  
East Coast Premiere
Director: Kae Ho
Countries: Japan/UK, Running Time: 14 min
Seven-year-old Rio visits her grandparents in Japan for the first time. She observes the beauty and unfamiliarity of the household, but senses a distance between her American family and her Japanese relatives. When her mother, Seiko, reveals an open secret, the children are excused from the room and something happens behind closed doors.



and

SAME SAME AND DIFFERENT
World Premiere
Director: Seok Wun Au Yong
Country: USA, Running Time: 26 min
A young international film student from Thailand discovers her sexuality in a 21st century U.S college.

Followed by a Q & A with the filmmakers

Location

Dwyer Cultural Center (View)
258 St. Nicholas Avenue
New York, NY 10027
United States


Categories

None

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact

Owner: Harlem International Film Festival
On BPT Since: Apr 18, 2017
 
Harlem International Film Festival
info@harlemfilmfestival.org
harlemfilmfestival.org


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