Afterschool

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Showings

Green Hills Cinema- Theater 5Sat, Apr 18, 2009 7:00 PM Not Available  
 
Green Hills Cinema - Theater 16Mon, Apr 20, 2009 1:30 PM Not Available  
 

Description

Directed By: Antonio Campos

Screenwriter: Antonio Campos
Year: 2008
Running Time: 107 min
Format: Color
Language: English
Executive Producer: Andrew Renzi, Susan Shopmaker
Producer: T. Sean Durkin, Josh Mond
Co-Producer: Jesse Ozeri
Cinematographer: Jody Lee Lipes
Editor: Antonio Campos
Production Design: Kris Moran
Sound: Micah Bloomberg
Cast: Ezra Miller, Addison Timlin, Rosemarie DeWitt, Christopher McCann
In Attendance: Antonio Campos
At the center of 24-year-old director Antonio Campos's debut feature, Afterschool, is the 21st Century media technology. With the advent of You Tube and cell-phone video cameras, everything from giggling babies to impromptu acts of violence has become internet entertainment. In such a world, can young people engage in reality without the distance the screen creates? Robert is a sophomore at an east coast prep school, assigned to capture stock footage for the video yearbook. When his assignment leads him to inadvertently filming the gruesome deaths of two of his classmates, Robert's world is altered forever. Campos manages to keep the social criticism to a minimum (though that criticism sears), instead he focuses on storytelling ? the ever-shifting allegiances of high school, the generational misunderstandings, and the difficulties of growing up. As a result, Afterschool is one of the most assured debut features in some time.
Film's Official Website: www.blfilm.com
 

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