Fartman Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK Video from March 2019 Los Angeles Film Festival

 

Directed by Thinky Siqi Xiao, Majik Jingwei Zhou

Thinky constantly lip syncs his music, so an irritated god makes the singer fart uncontrollably. But eventually Thinky learns his lesson and begins to use his fart as a superpower.

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LA Feedback Festival Testimonial – March 6 2019

I was elated, sitting here across the world, viewing an entirely fresh audience talking about their impressions of the film. Thank you to the festival for the opportunity.

Filmmaker Anuj Gulati (THE MANLIEST MAN)

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Director BIO: Andre Sitolini (THE COOK AND THE CHEF)

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Andre Sitolini is an animation fanatic who sharpened his talent at California State University Monterey Bay, as a Cinematic Arts & Technology major. Recently graduated in Spring 2018, Andre continues to study and produce animation at his own time. Having many years practicing animation, he is also an expert in Graphic Design, Photo Editing, Visual Effects, Editing, and Sound Design. There is no challenge or technical shot that Andre can’t handle.

 

Director Statement

 

When I made The Cook and the Chef, I wanted to make a film that had a personal message. To me, it’s not enough for a film to show off a cool visual or a cool story if it doesn’t show yourself. The Cook and The Chef is a film about the under dog in an age where popularity matters more to people than skill.

I wanted to animate a lot of technically impressive scenes with unique character designs and fun movements. I really wanted to pour my entire talent into this film as to prove this film itself is an under dog.

FEEDBACK FILM FESTIVAL Thursday – January 10, 2019. 7pm

FEEDBACK FILM FESTIVAL Thursday – January 10, 2019. 7pm.

The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival coming to Los Angeles.. Our LA home is Regal L.A. LIVE Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles (beside the Staples Center) at 1000 W Olympic Blvd.. The event runs from 7pm to 9:10pm.Showcasing the best of short films from around the world, while maintaining our audience feedback format moderated by Shepsut Wilson.

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FIRST ACT PROGRAM

YAMAN, 17min., Australia, LGBT/ Drama

Directed by Raghuvir Joshi

Yaman follows a young couple Nitya and Vishal, at the most pivotal juncture of their lives. With a deep spiritual and empirical connection to classical Indian music the narrative disentangles the chronologies of the past and the present of their decade long relationship.

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PENANCE, 4min., USA, LGBT/Experimental

Directed by Kayden Phoenix

Latinnials usurp their conversion therapy class and take their justice.

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A FRIEND OF DOROTHY, 4min., Sweden, LGBT/Family

Directed by Joakim S. Hammond

Gabrielle comes home and finds her two dads in distress, they want to have a serious talk.

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UTOPIA, 15min., USA, LGBT/Drama

Directed by Aimiende Negbenebor Sela

Utopia is a surreal drama about an aspirational, blond young lady who wakes up from a coma in Uganda. And, no — nothing is as it seems.

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SECOND ACT PROGRAM


THANK YOU COME AGAIN, USA, 21min, LGBT/Comedy Web Series

Directed by Chelsea Steiner

Uptight academic Riley starts a new job at the Pleasure Chest, where the colorful, queer team of misfits introduce her to the irreverent world of the sex toy industry. The employees work together to improve the sex lives of their diverse clientele – and their prudish new coworker.

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A GREAT RIDE, 33min., USA, LGBT/Documentary

Directed by Deborah Craig

“A Great Ride” is a documentary about older lesbians aging with dynamism and zest for life. When they were young these women forged a social movement to come out as true to themselves. Now they are pioneers once again as they face the next daunting challenge: growing old, which can come with frailty, loneliness, and the death of dear friends. In this group portrait, these women are courageous role models for aging, which they do with determination, engagement, an independent and irreverent spirit and a heartening delight in living.

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The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival coming to Los Angeles.. Our LA home is Regal L.A. LIVE Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Los Angeles (beside the Staples Center) at 1000 W Olympic Blvd.. The event runs from 7pm to 9:10pm.

Miscreant Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the Dec. 2018 Los Angeles Festival

MISCREANT, 10min., Crime/Thriller
Directed by Rocky Ramsey
Anderson McCarthy, a young law-school graduate, walks two small town detectives through his life threatening turn of events while visiting his Uncle Billy for the very first time.

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Casey Short Film – Audience FEEDBACK from the Dec. 2018 Los Angeles Festival

CASEY, 6min., USA, Drama

Directed by Shanrica EvansA teenager with gender dysphoria witnesses the physical assault of a transgender woman.

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1pg. Short Screenplay of THE CLICHE by Eileen Wilson

CAST LIST:

Denzel (40s) – 1 – ADRIAN CARLOS CARTER
Narration – KYANA TERESA
Sara (40s) – 5 – PAOLA SCATTOLON
Dave (40s) – 4 – PETER NELSON

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Producer: Matthew Toffolo http://www.matthewtoffolo.com

Director: Kierston Drier

Casting Director: Sean Ballantyne

Editor: Kimberly Villarruel

Camera Op: Mary Cox