Best of Film Fest
Drama”Strike the Tent”A true story of true love divided by a brutal Civil War. Based on a true story: This is a journey through the psyche of a southern captain in the waning days of the Civil War. Produced, written and directed by the descendants of Robert and Eveline featured in the film, this is an explosive, richly detailed saga of fierce combat, honor and the will to risk all that’s precious for love or country.Time: 3 p.m. Saturday Short drama”Last Call”Lanie sings in a grubby bar in Queens, but tonight she shows up five hours late. It’s after closing, and she has a proposition for scar-faced Ross, who runs the joint. She wants him to take topless pictures of her to send in to Playboy – this will be the ticket out of her troubled, dead-end life here. Gradually, she starts to come on to him. But when the reclusive Ross understands what she’s really after, he turns on her. Only a mutual need to change their desperate lives gets them through this dangerous night. Time: 9 p.m. SaturdayComedy”Zerophillia”Luke, a young man insecure about his masculinity, must solve the mystery of his sexuality before his rare, genetic condition, Zerophilia, transforms him into a female. This unusual romantic comedy combines magical realism with edgy humor. Join Luke as he journeys into the extraordinary world of Zerophilia, where people change gender at will – and occasionally against their will. Discard all assumptions about sexual identity and focus on one key question: “Who do you love?” Producer: Alan Grossbard, Greg Lanesey, Jay Whitney Brown Time: 9 p.m. SaturdayShort comedy”2 + 1″Rick and Jennie were a happy couple until they came to Paris, where she surprised him with an abrupt break-up. Unable to speak the language, Rick wanders aimlessly through the French capital, its streets swarming with couples in love. His path leads him into the Park of Versailles, where he finds himself locked in after hours. Time: 6 p.m. todayGLBT”Almost Normal”A gay man approaching a mid-life crisis is tired of being different because he is gay. He wants to be normal. Suddenly he is yanked back in time to when he was in high school. But this time, the world is gay, and he is straight. To be straight is considered deviant behavior. Then something happens – he falls in love with a woman.Time: 6 p.m. Saturday
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