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     CITY BABY
U.S.A., 2012, 88 mins, Color (Sexual Content, Adult Content, Language, Nudity)

MIDWEST PREMIERE

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Director: David F. Morgan
Screenwriters: Cora Benesh, David F. Morgan
Producers: Steven Arychuk, Cora Benesh, Dennis Fitzgerald, Tara Johnson-Medinger, Mark Roush, Tim Whitcomb
Cinematographer: Bryce Fortner
Editor: David F. Morgan
Music: David C. Hughes, Brian Mazzola
Cast: Cora Benesh, Jillian Leigh, Daniel Baldwin, Richard Keith, Andrew Harris, Dustin Rush

CITY BABY follows aimless, self-absorbed 25 year old Cloey, who is completely reliant on everyone around her. Her comfort zone begins to collapse - a troubled relationship with a jealous boyfriend hits the skids, her ambitious best friend wants to move to New York City and daddy's checkbook is dangerously close to being closed. Cloey fights to prove and define herself only to realize there is very little to define, nothing to prove, and at this point - no one left to impress. Looks like it is time to grow up.





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          HATCH
U.S.A., Austria, 2012, 19 mins, Color (Language)

MICHIGAN PREMIERE

Director/Screenwriter: Christoph Kusching

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Hatch is a short film directed by Christoph Kuschnig, written by Karl Goldblat and Christoph Kuschnig, and starring Max Mayer (Mahler on the Couch), Andreas Patton (Antares), Vedran Kos and Tina Keserovic.

The film follows two couples and the wrenching decisions they each must make on a wintry Vienna night. Milo and Biljana, illegal immigrants seeking opportunity, must acknowledge that they cannot raise their newborn and hope to achieve their own youthful dreams at the same time. Across town, an older and more stable couple desperately want to welcome a child into their lives.

Decisions borne of desperation by both couples cause their lives to briefly cross, and engender parallel feelings of angst and frustration as each accepts the harsh reality of what is simply, and unreasonably, not possible.


Christoph Kuschnig received his MFA from Columbia University’s Graduate Film School, where Hatch was his thesis film and selected for Faculty Selects and was awarded a National Board of Review Student Grant. Christoph is a Fulbright Scholar and a HFPA Grant recipient. His previous shorts Eiko and Junkyard Jesús have won numerous awards and have screened at dozens of "lm festivals worldwide. He is currently developing a series of feature films (one of them is a feature based on Hatch). He also works as a commercial director and conceptualist.
 
Showings
06/14/13 09:00 PMVenue 3A (MTA)
Michigan Theatre
210 Center Street
 
06/16/13 09:00 AMVenue 3B (MTB)
Michigan Theatre
210 Center Street
 


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