Outbound ExChange Films
The Strange Ones
Directed by Christopher Radcliff and Lauren Wolkstein
At first all seems normal for two travelers who stop at a motel, but the ordinary situation presented is stripped away in order to offer a brief glimpse of a complicated, dangerous, and secret world lurking beneath the surface.
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Directed by Matthew Gordon
IIt’s another summer in Glen Allan, Mississippi for fourteen-year-old Robbie Hendrick. His wayward Mother has run off again fearing a breakdown and he’s left to pass the days caring for his half- brother, Fess. But he’s as hopeful as ever that his dream of a family will be realized this year. As the deep days and nights begin to pass without his mother’s return and with the ever-present threat of social services closing in on the brothers, Robbie must face the fact that he may just lose the only family he’s ever had: Fess.
Frels Visionary Award
Directed by Ben Solomon & Dan Levin
Since 1979 Clayton Patterson has dedicated his life to documenting the final era of raw creativity and lawlessness in New York City’s Lower East Side, a neighborhood famed for art, music and revolutionary minds. Traversing the outside edge he’s recorded a dark and colorful society, from drag to hardcore, heroin, homelessness, political chaos and ultimately gentrification. His odyssey from voyeur to provocateur reveals that it can take losing everything you love to find your own significance.
Program Jurors 2012-2013
Executive Director Film ExChange