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Black/Caribbean & Latino Filmmakers Coalition Hosts Opening Night Reception For Brooklyn Indie House Film Series

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The Black & Latino Filmmakers Coalition is hosting an opening night VIP and press reception for the 3rd Annual Brooklyn Indie House Film Series on Saturday, April 21st at the Joloff Restaurant downtown Brooklyn. The reception will kick off the Spring leg of the screening series which will be held at the Embora Wellness Studio in Brooklyn, every Saturday starting April 21st.

Brooklyn Indie House has created a necessary platform for emerging filmmakers to enter the competitive motion picture industry. Ranging from socially conscious drama to dark and light comedy, the 10 films chosen for the opening spring season (April 21st through June 3rd), present an array of new and unconventional artists in international cinema, with presentations from Africa, Europe, the Caribbean, and North America.

Opening night’s screening features the films:

DIE BESUCHER (Germany) Director: Ulrike Molsen Suspense
A young woman has unexpected houseguests-a young family she has just met whom she invites to stay in her small apartment. As she uncovers layers of lies, the mysterious couple turn from friendly house guests into her worst nightmare, as she must ultimately face what she is most afraid of to get rid of them.

LIBERA (Canada) Director: Jeff Dewis
A middle aged man, whose mother recently passed away, falls into a bizarre ritual that may once and for-all shake his mother’s unhealthy hold over him.

EVEN THE SCORE (US) Director: Duane Chivon Ferguson
What would you do if your partner is unfaithful? Would you forgive and forget … or would you move on? What if your partner offers you the opportunity to sleep with someone else to “make up” for their infidelity? Even the Score tells the story of a young couple that is face with that very scenario and the choices that ultimately seal the fate of the relationship

LAYLA’S GIRL (US) Director: Nicole Sylvester
Carla’s life seems perfect to those looking in from the outside. She’s strong, intelligent, has a supportive man, a good job, and a promising future. What isn’t visible is a life filled with longing and regret. Her only goal in life is to reverse the effects of her past and map out a course that will dictate her future. That is until the death of her biological mother forces her to reevaluate her expectations of family and the meaning of unconditional love.

WHAT: Opening Night Reception, Brooklyn Indie House Film Series (www.brooklynindiehouse.com)

WHEN: Saturday, April 21st, 2007 at 5:30 pm, Film screening starts at 7:00pm

WHERE: Joloff Restaurant, 930 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11238 (corner of St. James Place),

Train: C to Clinton & Washington Avenues

RSVP: Camille T. Barrett, [email protected], 718-886-9885

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