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AWFJ highlights films made by and about women:
Friday, July 10
- Bruno – Univiversal Pictures, 83 mins
- Humpday – Magnolia Pictures, 94 mins. – Written, directed and produced by Lynn Shelton, “Humpday” is a humorous “bromance” in which two heterosexual young men decide it would be ‘radical’ if they made a porn film about having sex with each other. Shelton also plays a Lesbian love interest in the film.
- Soul Power -Sony Pictures Classics, 93 mins – The documentary about the legendary soul concert that took place in Zaire in 1974 features some priceless footage of divas Celia Cruz and Miriam Makeba.
- Lake Tahoe – Film Movement, 85 mins.
- Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. Goldberg – International Film Circuit, NY, with limited nationwide roll out to follow – Aviva Aviva Kempner directs this documentary about Gertrude Berg, the popular powerhouse in early radio and television.
- I Love You, Beth Cooper – Fox Atomic, 102 mins.
- Weather Girl – Secret Identity Productions, limited – A Seattle morning show weather girl freaks out on air when she discovers her boyfriend is cheating on her, and this leads to a pre-mid-life crisis regarding love, life and the pursuit of mature behavior.
- Blood: The Last Vampire – Samuel Goldwyn, 91 mins. – A vampire named Saya, who is part of covert government agency that hunts and destroys demons in a post-WWII Japan, goes undercover in a military school to find out which one of her classmates is a demon is disguise.