SPRING FILM SERIES 2012

 
 

F E B R U A R Y


The Wise Kids

8 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 22, 2012, Four Day Weekend Theater

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In a Baptist church community in Charleston, S.C., three teenage friends contemplate the next stage of life. There's Brea, an introspective pastor's daughter experiencing debilitating doubt; the hyperactive Laura, Brea's best friend and a devout believer; and Tim, the open-hearted son of a single father, confronting his homosexuality for the first time. Weaving comedy and drama, The Wise Kids is is a character-driven coming-of-age story with an extraordinarily talented young cast. Winner of the Grand Jury Award for U.S. Dramatic Feature and Grand Jury Award for Outstanding Screenwriting at the Outfest Film Festival.

(2011, USA, 95 min.)

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M A R C H


Tomboy

8 p.m. Wednesday, March 28, 2012, Four Day Weekend Theater


Laure is 10 years old. Laure is a tomboy. On her arrival in a new neighborhood, she lets Lisa and her crowd believe that she is a boy.

Truth or dare? Dare. Summer becomes a big playground and Laure pretends to be Michael, a boy like the others … different enough to get the attention of Lisa who falls in love with him. Laure takes advantage of her new identity as if the end of the summer would never reveal her unsettling secret. In French, with English subtitles. Winner of the Audience Award for Best Feature at the Frameline Film Festival in San Francisco, a Teddy Jury Award at the Berlin Film Festival and Best Narrative Feature award at the Seattle Gay & Lesbian Film Festival.

(2011, France, 84 min.)

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A P R I L


Kawa

8 p.m. Wednesday, April 25, 2012, Four Day Weekend Theater


This psychological drama focuses on a family in crisis as Kawa, a successful Māori businessman in Auckland, New Zealand, is forced to reveal his lifelong secret..

     Kawa is the man who has everything. He’s a corporate high-flyer, being groomed to take over his prominent family’s company, properties and legacy. He and his beautiful wife Annabelle have two children –16-year-old Sebastian (Pana Hema-Taylor) and 7-year-old Miranda (Miriama Jane Devantier) – who he loves deeply. They live in an elegant house and all appears perfect in their world.

     But Kawa has a secret. He is gay. He always has been. And he’s never shared his secret life with his wife or his family. Based on the novel Nights in the Gardens of Spain by Witi Ihimaera, who also wrote The Whale Rider.

(2011, New Zealand, 76 min.)

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Richard Michael

& Mike Williams


Tim Chase &

Eric Powell

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