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Etheria Film Night 2018 – Short Films by Women Showcase I Red Carpet and Afterparty!

June 16 @ 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

Etheria annual premiere showcase returns for its FIFTH YEAR!

The Egyptian Theatre Honors Director Rachel Talalay (“Tank Girl”, “Dr. Who”) with the Inspiration Award and screens the Official 2018 Lineup of Short Films followed by a Q and A with filmmakers Maria Alice Arida (“Instinct”), Devi Snively (“Bride of Frankie”), Naledi Jackson (“The Drop In”), Mac Montero (“The Agency”), Anca Vlasan (“C U Later Tuesday”), Cidney Hue (“Ovum”), Jocelyn Stamat (“Laboratory Conditions”), and Elizabeth Serra (“Skin Deep”) conducted by Rebekah McKendry (Shock Waves Podcast).

Special red carpet guests from your favorite genre films and TV shows will be helping us celebrate!

ETHERIA FILM NIGHT 2018
Etheria Film Night showcases the best new science fiction, horror, fantasy, action and thriller films made by emerging women directors.

Films include:

“Laboratory Conditions” (USA, 17 min. Dir. Jocelyn Stamat) A physician investigating a missing body disrupts an unlawful experiment.

“Lady M” (U.K., 12 min. Dir. Tammy Riley Smith) Actress Margot Collins played Lady Macbeth to great acclaim in her youth. Now in her 50s, she is offered the role of one of the witches. But one should never underestimate the spirit of the play to conjure black magic, to summon mishaps and mischief, nor the power of a formidable older woman to get what she wants.

“Bride of Frankie” (USA, 19 min. Dir. Devi Snively) In this feminist nod to Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, a not-so-mad scientist builds a mate for her mentor’s lonely creature with electrifying, and deadly, results.

“Creswick” (Australia, 10 min. Dir. Natalie James) Sam’s fear of her childhood home is brought to light when her aging father claims there is another presence in the house.

“Skin Deep” (USA, 7 min. Dir. Elizabeth Serra) Sisters Karen and Vivian are 1960s housewives. Under their sophisticated veneer lurks seething hatred. Both women strive for dominance in an epic battle for sibling supremacy.

“Instinct” (USA, 18 min. Dir. Maria Arida) A psycho-sexual thriller about Isabelle, a lonely gallery owner who meets a dangerously seductive performance artist and discovers they have more in common than expected. Will Isabelle allow herself to let Camila in without giving in to her true nature?

“Ovum” (USA, 8 min. Dir. Cidney Hue) A woman must make a hard choice after a mind-bending procedure.

“The Drop In” (USA/Canada, 13 min. Dir. Naledi Jackson) A hairdresser has a challenging day when a mysterious visitor from her past arrives for a drop-in appointment.

“The Agency” (U.K., 10 min. Dir. Macarena Montero) The Agency is the best place to purchase a husband, and Mrs. Hold thought it would be fun to head down and get a new one today.

“C U Later Tuesday” (USA, 5 min. Dir. Anca Vlasan) This year’s cutest romantic comedy is all about finding love in an unexpected basement.

Join us at 5:00 PM for a reception and cocktail party in the courtyard.
Program begins with the 2018 Etheria Inspiration Award, which will be presented to filmmaker Rachel Talalay.
Discussion following the films with directors in attendance.
Tickets: $15. | 120 min. | Screening format: DCP

Calendar Listing: www.americancinemathequecalendar.com/content/etheria-film-night-2018
Tickets ($15): www.fandango.com/egyptian-theatre-hollywood-aaofx/theater-page?date=2018-06-16

WHEN: Saturday, June 16, 2018
Cocktail party and Reception in the courtyard: 5:00 PM
Shorts and Inspiration award Start Time: 7:30 PM
After-party: 10:30 PM – Location TBA

For details and more info, visit www.etheriafilmnight.com

Details

Date:
June 16
Time:
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm
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Website:
https://www.etheriafilmnight.com

Venue

Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90028 United States
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