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Shorts: WTF
State Theatre Wed, Jul 29, 2015 11:59 PM
What do a prancing pony, a rapping hot dog bun, and David Hasselhoff have in common? They’re all part of this collection of mind-melting shorts coming to the State Theatre at midnight. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry (well, probably not), you’ll get to see “Kung Fury” on the big screen. And if you don’t think “Storm Hits Jacket” is the best film you’ve ever seen about time traveling, aliens, and a witch who controls cows with her mind, then we don’t know what to tell ya. See you there.
The Wolfpack
The Kubrick at Central Grade School Thu, Jul 30, 2015 6:00 PM
Great movies can change your life, but can they save it? No doc has been more buzzed about in 2015 than this stranger-than-fiction story about the six Angulo brothers who lived their whole lives in a Manhattan housing project, locked up by their overprotective father. Homeschooled and forbidden to leave the apartment with the exception of rare, carefully supervised excursions, the boys turn to movies to cope with their isolation, diligently transcribing screenplays and meticulously re-enacting their favorite films, complete with elaborate sets, props, and costumes. The kids use cinema to understand an outside world they can only glimpse from their windows, until 20-year-old Mukunda sneaks out of the house wearing a Michael Myers mask, ends up in court-mandated therapy, and the family is forced to enter society. Winner of the Sundance Documentary Grand Jury Prize, “The Wolfpack” is ultimately a film for anyone who has ever used the movies to escape.
The Wolfpack
Old Town Playhouse Fri, Jul 31, 2015 6:00 PM
Great movies can change your life, but can they save it? No doc has been more buzzed about in 2015 than this stranger-than-fiction story about the six Angulo brothers who lived their whole lives in a Manhattan housing project, locked up by their overprotective father. Homeschooled and forbidden to leave the apartment with the exception of rare, carefully supervised excursions, the boys turn to movies to cope with their isolation, diligently transcribing screenplays and meticulously re-enacting their favorite films, complete with elaborate sets, props, and costumes. The kids use cinema to understand an outside world they can only glimpse from their windows, until 20-year-old Mukunda sneaks out of the house wearing a Michael Myers mask, ends up in court-mandated therapy, and the family is forced to enter society. Winner of the Sundance Documentary Grand Jury Prize, “The Wolfpack” is ultimately a film for anyone who has ever used the movies to escape.
Film Info
Section:Short Films
Release Year:2015
Runtime:5 min.
Type of Film:Short Narrative
Production Country:USA
Original Language:English
Web Site:ornana.com
Cast/Crew Info
Director:Danny Madden
Produced by:Benjamin Wiessner
Jim Cummings

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