Sun, Apr 26 / 12:00 / Kabuki / VOIC26K
Wed, Apr 29 / 12:15 / Kabuki / VOIC29K
WATCH CLIPS FROM SELECTED PROGRAM SHORTS
In this program, listeners will delight and be moved by the dulcet sounds of a ring tone, the poignant last recording of Harvey Milk and the musings of an elderly artist who gleefully admits, "I live for beautiful women." These films depict a variety of real people and fictional characters whose voices impact with humor, insight, experience and tragedy.
A retired sculptor lovingly creates a variety of female figures, filling his studio and home with women who "watch" him as much as he watches them. (Bartosz Blaschke, Poland 2008, 17 min) In GGA competition.
Young Yoni, recently fired and possessed of a hilariously malfunctioning cell phone, joins his brother on a very particular fishing trip. (Boaz Lavie, Israel 2008, 26 min) In GGA competition.
575 Castro St.
Shot in a storefront recreated for Gus Van Sant's Milk, the final words of the slain politician play in voiceover. (Jenni Olson, USA 2008, 7 min)
The Conscience of Nhem En
At 16, Nhem En was forced to take pictures of several thousand Cambodians before they were murdered by the Khmer Rouge. Nominated for an Academy Award, this film interrogates the photographer who is endeavoring to come to terms with his actions. (Steven Okazaki, Cambodia 2008, 25 min) In GGA competition.
A delightfully creepy, Cronenbergian tale of an unprepossessing man who discovers a boil in a most uncomfortable place. (Johan Lundh, Sweden 2008, 18 min) In GGA competition.
At an opulent and diverse banquet, diners discover the perils of abundance and gluttony. (Denis Villeneuve, Canada 2007, 12 min)
Total running time 105 minutes.