Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Northside Film, Day Two plus Led Er Est DJ Set at Nitehawk

Posted By on Tue, Jun 19, 2012 at 3:22 PM

Hope you're rested up, because Day 2 of Northside Film is this evening. If you'll permit us, let us draw your attention to a few of tonight's highlight. Plus, Led Er Est of local record label Sacred Bones will be DJing downstairs at Nitehawk Cinema from 9pm-11pm. For badge and ticketing information, head here.

Flooding with Love for the Kid (dir. Zachary Oberzan)
DIY Special Presentation
7:15pm - 9:15pm @ Nitehawk Cinema (136 Metropolitan Avenue between Wythe and Berry)
This rarely screened film was adapted, directed, filmed, acted, designed, and edited by one man. Shot entirely for $96 in a 220 square-foot studio apartment in Manhattan, Oberzan plays two dozen characters in this adaptation of First Blood, the novel that introduced the world to Rambo. The critic Matt Zoller Seitz, who put together this marvelous video essay on the film, will moderate a Q&A with Oberzan after the screening.

Creative Nonfiction (dir. Lena Dunham) 
Presented by The L Magazine
8:10pm - 9:10pm @ Nitehawk Cinema
Don't miss the chance to see the creator of the HBO series Girls (and L Magazine cover star) Lena Dunham's first full length feature (yes, even before Tiny Furniture), which she started filming while still at Oberlin, and already very much preoccupied with female friendship and the interpersonal gender gap.

Lefty Loosey Righty Tighty (dir: James Yaegashi)
Northside DIY Competition Feature
Tuesday June 19, 2012 5:05pm - 6:35pm @ Nitehawk Cinema
Oh My Rockness founder Patrick McNamara wrote this story of Micheal, a former indie rocker and new dad, and Franklin, a recently divorced college professor. Theirs is a story of friends who are too old to be young, and too young to be old. A Q&A with the filmmaker follows.

Take This Waltz (dir: Sarah Polley)
Presented by Magnolia Films
Tuesday June 19, 2012 9:55pm - 12:00pm @ Nitehawk Cinema
Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Luke Kirby and Sarah Silverman star in this story of a love triangle set during a sweltering Toronto summer. Luke Kirby will introduce the screening.

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