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She Dies Tomorrow. 2020. USA. Directed by Amy Seimetz. With Kate Lyn Shiel, Jane Adams. 84 min.
After waking up convinced that she is going to die the following day, Amy’s carefully tended life begins to unravel. As her delusions of certain death become contagious to those around her, Amy and her friends’ lives spiral out of control in a tantalizing descent into madness. Courtesy of Neon
Sisters! 2020. USA. Directed by Nicole Emanuele. Screenplay by Beth Hoyt. 10 min.
Sisters are women that share parents. Sisters are women that commit a monastic devotion to God. Sisters can be supportive architectural beams. A homologous pair of genetics are sisters. Sister cities, sister companies, sister wives. This Sisters! is a short film about the mystery of human connection.
Specifically, it’s about Molly and Dee, a nun and a makeup artist, as they wait for a bus they both desperately need to arrive. The discovery that they are both wearing Chico State t-shirts—neither is an alum, both were thrifted—is only the beginning of their connection. Their new friendship inspires them to take the leaps they were too afraid to before, including a haircut, a dance, and a podcast. For these two women, and for the viewer, these are unforgettable celebrations.
Nicole Emanuele and Beth Hoyt received a 2020 The Future of Film Is Female post-production grant with Nice Shoes for Sisters!.
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