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     KNUCKLE JACK
U.S.A., 2013, 79 mins, Color

MIDWEST PREMIERE

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Directors: John Adams, Toby Poser
Screenwriters: John Adams, Toby Poser
Producer: Toby Poser
Cinematographer: John Adams
Editor: John Adams
Composer: John Adams
Cast: John Adams, Zelda Adams, Betty Goetschius, Pat Harrington, Jay Lafurge, Robert Lund, Toby Poser

www.wonderwheelproductions.com/pages/kj.php

Jack is a small town foul-mouthed drunk with an artistic gift for thievery. Haunted by a youthful tragedy, he passes through his days in a lonely haze, robbing wealthy weekenders' homes only to score more drugs, booze and bitterness. When Jack is asked to care for his 8-year-old niece Frankie for one thick hot Catskill summer, his crooked patterns are challenged. But Frankie is navigating her own troubles and just may be the accomplice — and catalyst — Jack is waiting for.
Screening Sponsored by: South Haven Health System

John Adams and Toby Poser
John Adams is best known for his work on Rumblestrips and Knuckle Jack. When not making films, John Adams is an accomplished artist and musician. A member of Topanga Canyon Gallery, he has shown his artwork in California and New York. He is also known as John Law and for years has been blasting loyal audiences in the Northeast rock scene with his unabashed performances with bands Banana Fish Zero and Statues of Liberty.

Toby Poser is known primarily as an actress and voice-over artist. For three years she filled the role of Guiding Light's wicked "Malibu Madam" Amanda Spaulding, all the while acting in other TV classics like all of the various Law & Orders and in independent films like The Incredibly True Adventure of 2 Girls in Love and Steal Me. She co-directed and co-wrote scripts for Rumblestrips and Knuckle Jack with her husband and creative partner, John Adams.




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          DEAR SANTA
U.S.A., 2013, 23 mins, Color

MIDWEST PREMIERE

Director: Maura Smith

When Ann Dunham asks Santa Clause to turn her into a boy for Christmas, her request throws her conservative mother into a tailspin in this thought-provoking and dramatic comedy.

 
Showings
06/14/14 02:00 PMVenue 2 (AVA)
AV Auditorium
600 Elkenberg St
06/15/14 09:00 PMVenue 3A (MTA)
Michigan Theatre
210 Center Street


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