Calendar

November – December 2014

Nov
29
Sat
Little Hope was Arson
November 29, 2014

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January 2010: In the buckle of the Bible Belt, 10 churches were burned to the ground in five weeks, igniting the largest criminal investigation in East Texas history.

imagesFilmmaker Theo Love in person!! No stone is left unturned and even Satan himself is considered a suspect in this gripping investigation of a community terrorized from the inside- out. Families are torn apart and communities of faith struggle with forgiveness and justice in this incredible true-story. LITTLE HOPE WAS ARSON is a feature length documentary produced by the Collaborate and Goodnight Smoke. The film delivers edge-of-your-seat suspense and mystery while re-defining the concepts of church, family and justice in this captivating East Texas community.

Directed by Theo Love, 71min. 2013, U.S.A.

Little Hope Was Arson Trailer from Theo Love on Vimeo.

Dec
4
Thu
FRAMELINE ENCORE: EAT WITH ME
December 4, 2014

FREE TO ALL!!

shapeimage_1A middle-aged Asian woman leaves her bland marriage and winds up crashing in her gay son’s apartment. Mother and son attempt to reconcile their estranged relationship and rediscover their zest for life in this hilarious food-centered dramatic comedy.Food becomes a metaphor for relating through deep nourishing sustenance in Eat With Me. Filmmaker David Au has cooked up a laugh-out-loud poignant dramedy—and a food lover’s dream. This Frameline Encore screening is free and open to the public.

shapeimage_1-1Emma only knows how to add spice to her life in one way… by squirting it from a bottle of hot sauce. The rest of her life is cushy but bland: scrambled egg whites, decaffeinated coffee and her husband, Ray. She’s had enough and runs away from home. Her estranged son, Elliot, finds her lurking outside his restaurant with suitcase in hand. They try to start over again as mother and son in this odd-couple living situation. But she’s old-fashioned. He’s gay. Between them are years of awkward moments and unspoken tensions. Feeling lonely, Emma accidentally befriends the lady next door who’s so eccentric that Emma’s way over her head. Meanwhile, a passionate encounter with a man in a bar turns Elliot’s fear of commitment on its head. With dumplings, dessert, whiskey, and even Ecstasy in front of them, will they give into their indulgences? And can mother and son reconcile while struggling to discover their own appetites for life?

Directed by David Au, 95 Minutes, U.S.A. 2014