Sunshine Celluloid – Documentary
South Florida Premiere
BREAK THROUGH, Aaron Hosé
USA / 2013 / 61 min / BluRay / English
In September 2010, 18 year-old Tyler Clementi took his own life following the online posting of a secret video, made by his roommate, of Tyler’s sexual encounter with another male student. This tragedy and betrayal touched people across the country, but none more intensely than young adults questioning modern sexual mores and how they affect their own sexual identities. Break Through is a raw, eye-opening documentary following a group of impassioned theatre students who come together to produce a play aiming to shed light on the many stigmas and equality-rights issues faced by LGBT youth in the United States today. Throughout the creative process, they face the truths about themselves and their families. In the end, they learn the importance of self-acceptance and of overcoming their fears, regardless of gender or sexual orientation.
Screenplay: Play written by Alex Wall with spoken word poetry by Eden Wetherell / Producers: Aaron Hosé, Brigitte Hosé (co), Vanessa Brewster (co), Don Merritt (executive), Bryce West (executive), Rebecca Roos (associate), Kyle Shelton (associate) / Cinematographer: Aaron Hosé, Dale Fakess, Vanessa Brewster / Editor: Aaron Hosé / Principal Cast: Gabrielle Shulruff, Alex Wall, Austen Edwards, Carson Summers, Eden Wetherell, Meshia Wright / Contact: Aaron Hosé - 407-227-2110 - email@example.com www.bt-film.com twitter.com/bt_film www.facebook.com/btfilm
THE DIRECTOR: Aaron Hosé is an Emmy Award-winning producer and filmmaker who’s been involved in commercial, television, and documentary film production for nearly fifteen years. In 2010 Aaron completed his début feature-length documentary Voices in the Clouds, which he produced and directed in Taiwan. The film has screened and won awards at festivals in the Caribbean, Canada, U.S.A, Europe, Africa, Australia, and Asia. His latest documentary feature, Break Through, is now touring the international film festival circuit. Aaron also serves as programming director of the Aruba International Film Festival, one of the fastest-growing film festivals in the Caribbean region.
Spooners, Bryan Horch
USA / 2013 / 14 min / HDCam / English
After convincing his husband to retire their beloved, lumpy futon, Nelson is forced to come out in a spectacular way while shopping for a new bed.
Screenplay: Bryan Horch / Producers: Liz Ellis / Cinematographer: Matt Bucy / Editor: Bryan Horch / Composer: Nathan Berla Shulock / Production Designer: Claire Delsio / Art Director: / Principal Cast: Ben Lerman, Walter Replogle / Contact: Bryan Horch firstname.lastname@example.org www.spoonersmovie.com Facebook.com/spoonersmovie
Bryan Horch has worked as a filmmaker and interactive media designer for over ten years. His work spans topics from reproductive health, LGBTQ issues, human rights and Deaf Culture to comic narrative shorts, music videos and television ads.
The 28th Annual Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival runs Oct 18 - November 11, 2013 in Ft Lauderdale, Hollywood, Sunrise, Pompano Beach and on Grand Bahama Island. The fest moves to Saint Augustine January 16 - 19, 2014. There are over 200 films plus a galaxy of parties, cruises, and special events. Special guests include Ann-Margret, Ed Asner, Tab Hunter, Anna Paquin, Lea Thompson, Aphrodite Jones, Guy Harvey, Jonathan Bird, Pauly Cohen, William Grefe, Jonas Armstrong, Hannah Tointon and Michael Bolton. FLIFF is the Guiness World Record holder for longest in the world.
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