FESTIVALS & AWARDS GARNERED BY FILMS THAT HAVE PLAYED THE ALTERNATIVE SCREEN SHOWCASE

Plus where you can see them next!

HABIT directed by Larry Fessenden

Available on video 1998

 

FINISHED directed by William E. Jones

Sundance '97

Rotterdam '97

 

BLUE SKIES ARE A LIE directed by Gregory Ruzzin

Cinequest '96 (San Jose Film Festival)

Vancouver Film Festival (CANADA)

Manheim Film Festival (GERMANY)

Los Angeles Theatrical Engagement April 1998 /Laemmle Monica 4-Plex LA & Sunset 5

 

PAUL MONETTE: ON THE BRINK OF SUMMER'S END directed by Monte Bramer & Lesli Klainberg

OutFest '96 (rough cut)

Sundance '97

 

 

TROUBLESOME CREEK: A MIDWESTERN directed by Jeanne Jordan & Steven Ascher

Winner: Grand Jury Prize & Audience Award for Best Documentary, 1996 Sundance Film Festival

1996 Academy Award nominee, Best Documentary

Opening: Laemmle's Grande, Downtown Los Angeles -- Feb. 7th

 

 

DESOLATION ANGELS directed by Tim McCann

Winner: Merchant/Ivory Kodak Award, Telluride Film Festival

Winner: International Critics Prize, Toronto International Film Festival

Winner: Critics' Choice, Rotterdam Film Festival

 

 

SKIN & BONE directed by Everett Lewis

1996 Toronto International FIlm Festival

 

 

93 Million Miles From the Sun directed by Paul Budnitz

Opening Night Film: 1995 Film Arts Foundation Film Festival

Closing Night Film: Forum Section 1996 Berlin International Film Festival

 

 

Begotten directed by E. Elias Merhige

Montreal Film Festival 1989

1990 International London Film Festival

 

The Delicate Art Of The Rifle directed by Dante Harper

Winner of Best Picture; Chicago International Film Festival

Winner Best Screenplay ; Avignon Film Festival

Winner Best Picture; North Carolina Film & Video Festival

Slamdance World Premiere, Vienna Film Festival; Vancouver Film Festival; Independents Night In New York

Laemmle Grand - Downtown LA - May 1999

 

 

The Unseen Music

Director Jon Reiss’ music videos (Danzig’s It’s COMING DOWN, Extra Fancy’s SINNERMAN, and Nine Inch Nails’ HAPPINESS IN SLAVERY) were screened at the 1995 Toronto Film Festival

 

Phantom Pain directed by Neil Matsumato

San Francisco Gay & Lesbian Film Festival 1996

Slamdance 1998

 

I, Doll: The Unauthorized Biography of America's 11 1/2" Sweetheart directed by Tula Asselanis

Screening in July '97 in San Francisco

 

Means of Grace directed by J Clements

"Best of 1996" from Booklist of the American Library Association

MOMA screening in New York

PBS broadcast October 1996

WNET Broadcast on March 30th at 6:00 pm

 

 

Man With A Plan directed by John O’Brien

Floating Film Festival

GenArts 1996

Opened: Sunset Laemmle 5, LA

Angelika Theater, New York City

 

 

 

Timeless directed by Chris Hart

Sundance Film Festival 1996

Venice Film Festival 1996

Mannheim Film Festival 1996

Edinborough Film Festival 1996

Cleveland International Film Festival 1996

 

Fall & Spring directed by Steve Sobel

South by South West Film Festival 1996

Mill Valley Film Festival 1996

 

Cold Fever directed by Fridrik Thor Fridriksson

Sundance Film Festival 1996

Opened: New York, Angelika Film Center

Nu Art & Sunset Laemmle 5, Los Angeles

 

Scream Teen Scream directed by Joshua Rosensweig

OutFest 1996 Audience Choice Award

New York Gay & Lesbian Film Festival 1996

Boston Gay & Lesbian Film Festival 1996

International Berlin Film Festival 1997

London Film Festival 1996

Opened: Laemmle Sunset 5, Los Angeles

Castro Theater, San Fransico

 

 

Vintage -- Families of Values directed by Thomas Allen Harris

OutFest 1996

New York City Lesbian & Gay Experimental Film/ Video Festival 1996

San Francisco Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

 

 

The Bloody Child directed by Nina Menkes

Official Selection: The Locarno Film Festival, Vienna Film Festival, 1996

American Film Market 1996

Sundance Film Festival 1996

Opened: Nu Art & Sunset Laemmle 5, Los Angeles

 

 

Static directed by Tom Putnam

Breckenridge Film Festival 1996

 

"Domestic Disturbance" directed by Frank Novak (short film)

MOMA New Director’s\New Film Series 1996

 

NIKI DE SAINT PHALLE: Who Is The Monster? You Or Me? directed by Peter Schamoni

Mill Valley Film Festival 1996

International Berlin Film Festival 1996