Bloomington - Girls Centerpiece
Torrid Student/Professor Love Affair in Bloomington at FilmOut
follows ex-child actor Jackie (Sarah Stouffer) as leaves the entertainment world behind and heads to college at a Midwestern university. There she meets engaging professor Catherine (Allison McAtee) who has a reputation for breaking the hearts of other women. Jackie ignores her friends' advice and begins a romantic relationship with Catherine, which is eventually threatened when Jackie has an opportunity to return to acting. A Q&A session with director Fernanda Cardoso and actress Sarah Stouffer follows the screening. Prior to the main feature, FilmOut will screen Tracks
. In this short, Julie is an 18-year-old runaway who reluctantly meets Tasha, a headstrong 15-year-old, and in the span of a week they develop a friendship. This quickly turns into their first romantic relationship, which threatens to tear the very fabric of both their worlds.
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The last date listed for Bloomington - Girls Centerpiece was Sunday August 21, 2011 / 6:00pm.
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One of the most exciting aspects of cinema is its ability to expose younger viewers to stories and cultures from around the world. The San Diego International Kids' Film Festival celebrates the incredible diversity within contemporary filmmaking by showcasing 40 films from 18 countries -- from China to Brazil to Germany and beyond -- and introducing children to a variety of voices and colorful characters. Choose between general admission tickets, which may be used for any individual film screening, and day passes, which allow unlimited entry to all film screenings on a given date. Learn More
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Bloomington, Director: Fernanda Cardoso, 83min
Tracks, Director: Deana Williams, 24min
About the Ticket Supplier: FilmOut San Diego
FilmOut San Diego seeks to enlighten, educate, and entertain the communities of San Diego County through the exhibition of LGBT-themed films and popular films for everyone to enjoy.