Friday, December 12 - Thursday, December 18, 2014
Determined to set their pet goldfish free, Lana and Nico embark on a magical urban odyssey from their Los Angeles home to the ocean. Their adventure, seen through the eyes of the brother/sister team, is filled with an array of wild and sometimes frightening encounters! LITTLE FEET is a the return of director Alexandre Rockwell to his black and white 16mm roots that won him a Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival with In The Soup. LITTLE FEET’s cinematography shows the poetic side of Los Angeles one rarely sees and stands as an homage of sorts to the very first films shot in the city.
Playing with the short film BONESHAKER (Frances Bodomo, 12 min.):
BONESHAKER (starring Quvenzhané Wallis from Beasts of the Southern Wild) follows a Ghanaian immigrant family taking a road trip to a Pentecostal church in Louisiana to cure its problem child. As the family journeys to a tent revival at the ends of the levee-less Louisiana delta, they discover the complications of trying to perform a traditional ritual away from home. Boneshaker focuses on the feelings of homelessness, landlessness, and rootlessness that accompany immigration.
Watch the trailer:
- Country USA
- Rating NR
- Director Alexandre Rockwell
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