Tonight Moviehouse presents Sixteen Candles with local shorts Things I Realized In 2002, Amanda and Trisha, One Picture Every Day and I Love My Cat at 8pm. Then stick around after the show for the video delights of Clay Franklin mixed with the DJ rhythms of Keith Oqueli
Hold on to your underwear, stalk the cutest boy in the school, and party with the Donger as we screen John Hughes' breakthrough Sixteen Candles .
But before we travel back to the 80s we're showing four of the freshest short shorts from NYC's own filmmakers.
In Things I Realized In 2002 by Chioke Nassor uses rotoscope animation to convey a series of short realizations.
In Tessa Greenberg's Amanda and Trisha Amanda can only get reception in her mom's closet and gets some sage advice once she finally gets through to Trisha
Waverly Films presents I Love My Cat in which a man and his furry roommate come to difficult realization.
Lastly, it's Olde English's One Picture Every Day, which is exactly as it sounds, one picture taken every day.
As always there's free popcorn for everyone and free drinks for the winner of our No More Yankie My Wankie trivia contest and whomever brings us the best pair of underpants, seriously make Anthony Michael Hall proud.
Moviehouse presents the best local shorts before a classic feature film every 1st and 3rd Sunday of the month at Galapagos Art Space. The event is sponsored by Brilliant Productions, Reel Life Video and Galapagos Art Space.
Upcoming Moviehouse Shows:
October 7: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre
October 21: The Nightmare Before Christmas
November 4: Rebel Without A Cause
November 18: The Big Lebowski
Official Website: http://www.myspace.com/reellifemoviehouse
Added by brilliantp on September 14, 2007