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Photo of Hannah Gross

Hannah Gross

“There’s never anything solitary about acting. Choosing to be an actor means choosing to be entirely dependent on other people.”

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    Nathan Silver United States, 2015

    Filmed on a bygone video camera, Stinking Heaven immerses you in the darkest crevices of the 1990s: a rehab commune housing a coven of colorful yet caustic personalities. A lucid vision of Sartre’s assertion that “hell is other people,” written with an utmost sincere sense of anarchy. Oddly sublime.

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    Charles Poekel United States, 2014

    Need an antidote to the too-often terrible sub-genre of Christmas movies? Look no further than Charles Poekel’s debut: A gem that ignores the schlocky, capitalist veneer of holiday culture, but rather attends to the emotional and economic nuances brought about by the wintry, consumerist season.


    Nathan Silver United States, 2014

    Nathan Silver became one of the defining voices of low-budget American indie cinema with his prolific slate of discomforting slice-of-life dramas. Uncertain Terms explores the volatile relationships within a home for pregnant teens, enhancing its anxious charms with performances of acute intimacy.


    Dustin Guy Defa United States, 2021

    World Premiere! American actor-director Dustin Guy Defa (Person to Person) is a master of the short form, with a keen talent for directing actors in clever and formally playful character portraits. Gayle Rankin and indie favorite Hannah Gross co-star in this inventively irruptive New York miniature.


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