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Female Connection di Adrienne Levy (USA, 2017, 4’), muto

Alla presenza della sceneggiatrice Liz Baxter

Liz è lesbica, Kylie è eterosessuale ma in dubbio sulla sua identità. Le due due donne sono vicine di casa e si innamorano. Anche Matt, il fidanzato di Kylie se ne accorge. Ma Kylie ha paura di deludere la sua famiglia e lascia Liz. Adesso deve affrontare il dolore per la perdita del vero amore.

Biografia della regista
Adrienne Levy è una regista pluripremiata nota per aver dato vita a storie commoventi e impattanti che hanno come protagonista personaggi femminili
I suoi progetti più recenti includono “A Lifetime Later”, un corto sulla storia di una donna alle prese con il sistema di giustizia e “Tragic Fate”, un video musicale per l’artista indie Alex Feder e “10,000 Days” un video musicale per Andy Allo. Ha lavorato all’Atlantic Theater Company a New York e ha frequentato un master alla The Tisch School of the Arts a New York. Adrienne ha recitato in diverse piece off Broadway incluso “Top Girls” di Caryl Churchill e Neil Simon’s “Chapter Two” al Second Stage Theater. Dopo la laurea, Adrienne si è trasferita a Los Angeles dove ha frequentato la David Mamet’s Atlantic Acting School. I suoi film sono stati proiettati al Festival di Cannes, Camerimage e Broad Humor Festival

Female Connection by Adrienne Levy (USA, 2018), 4’, mute

In the presence of the screenwriter Liz Baxter

Liz, an out lesbian, and Kylie, a questioning heterosexual, are neighbors. When they first meet, there is an undeniable attraction between them. Their chemistry is immediately apparent even to Kylie’s boyfriend Matt. The two girls fall in love and Matt is soon out of the picture. But despite all their passion, Kylie continually pulls away, fighting the reality that she is in love with a woman. In the end, Kylie’s fear of disappointing her family is too great and she leaves Liz. Now, she must live with heartache of true love lost.

Director Biography
Adrienne is an award winning director known for creating moving and impactful stories focused on strong female characters. Her latest projects include “A Lifetime Later” a short film about a woman struggling with mandatory minimum sentencing in the criminal justice system, “Tragic Fate”, a music video for Indie artist Alex Feder and “10,000 Days” a music video for Andy Allo. She began her training at the Atlantic Theater Company in New York. She has a B.F.A. from The Tisch School of the Arts at NYU. While in New York, Adrienne performed in several off Broadway shows including Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls and Neil Simon’s Chapter Two at the Second Stage Theater. Upon graduation, Adrienne moved out to LA where she participated in David Mamet’s Atlantic Acting School Los Angeles conservatory. Her films have participated in the Cannes film Festival, Camerimage and the Broad Humor Festival