If we had such a thing as seasons in Miami, we would wish you a happy spring, but alas!
Just because we are letting your inbox chill doesn't mean we haven't been busy. This is actually a thoroughly insane weekend for us, with all-Borscht programs premiering at THREE different film festivals that you should check out if you are near one:
Cineglobe Film Festival at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. [Yes, we will be playing Adventures of Christopher Bosh in the Multiverse! as the Large Hadron Collider opens up tiny black holes just below our feet. Jillian Mayer and Lucas Leyva will also be lecturing there (seriously).]
Treefort Film Festival in Boise, Idaho. Boise!
Gasparilla International Film Festival in Tampa, Florida. [Michael Arcos and Marnie Ellen (Biscayne World) will be there for a Q and A as well as a secret program in a Tampa hotel room.]
The films were all sent on these disks:
Not to mention the Papa Machete screening on Sunday at New Voices in Black Cinema at BAM, which the NY Times calls "hypnotic."
For those of you keeping track of our terribly insecure external validation scorecard, this caps an impressive month for Borscht shorts that also saw All Your Favorite Shows! premiere to positive reviews at SXSW, Swimming in Your Skin Again get a rave review from Filmmaker Magazine, Ahol Sniffs Glue's Biscayne World tear it up at Glasgow Film Festival, and El Sol Como Un Gran Animal Oscuro continue its run at Cinequest!
See you in April at a 'Theatrrr Near U!'
PS. Let's play a game of "spot the filmmaker from Miami" in this press photo from the Glasgow Short Film Festival:
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