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<i>Happy Am I.</i> 2009. USA. Directed by Erin Cosgrove
  • Paulina Hollers

    2006. USA. Brent Green. 12 min.

  • Happy Am I

    2009. USA. Erin Cosgrove. 3 min.

  • Confessions of a Sociopath

    2002. USA. Joe Gibbons. 37 min.

and more

Saturday, May 8, 2010, 4:30 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2



  • Paulina Hollers

    2006. USA. Written, directed, and animated by Brent Green. On May 6, in conjunction with the IFC theatrical premiere of his new animated/live-action feature Gravity Was Everywhere Back Then, Brent Green presents his exquisitely handcrafted, not-to-be-missed animation short Paulina Hollers, with live narration and improvised music by a rollicking band that includes Donna K., Brendan Canty (of Fugazi), Catherine McRae (of The Quavers), and Drew Henkels (of Drew & the Medicinal Pen). Green’s haunting film is also presented with its original soundtrack on May 8. 12 min.

  • Happy Am I

    2009. USA. Written, directed, and animated by Erin Cosgrove. Merrily the human race rolls along, from the Birth of Creation to the End of Days, in Cosgrove’s animated short, an irresistible, toe-tapping mash-up of old-time eschatology, politics, and a dazzling array of art historical and pop culture references. East Coast Premiere. 3 min.

  • Confessions of a Sociopath

    2002. USA. Written and directed by Joe Gibbons. Voyeuristic, transgressive, hilarious, and philosophical, Gibbons’s Confessions lays bare his (alter ego’s) obsessive psychopathologies and conspiratorial ruminations, seeming to tread a precariously thin line between improvisatory performance and psychic disintegration. 37 min.

  • El Doctor

    2005. USA. Directed and animated by Suzan Pitt. Screenplay by Blue Kraining. Pitt’s sardonic, grotesque animated short—a magic realist fable about an alcoholic Mexican doctor who imagines miracles as he lay dying—recalls the films of Luis Buñuel and Day of the Dead folk art. 24 min.

In the Film exhibition Creative Capital

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