Friday September 25, 7pmEST filmmaker discussion, 8pmEST film screening

Film critic Thelma Adams describes “Every Day Is a Holiday” as a film “about an ordinary man who survived extraordinary circumstances with his heart intact. Parents and daughters also interact in Michael Woolridge’s taut, suspenseful short “Options,” about a young woman in the family business who discovers that not everything is kosher in the legacy she inherited from her father. In Flo Young’s 1970s set coming-of-age drama “Kool,” the filmmaker mines familiar territory to unearth strong relationships between teen Olive and her sexually active high school bestie, as well as her divorce-traumatized mother. In all three films, the filmmakers’ deep empathy for their subjects—drama, dramedy, and documentary—shines through.

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$free, donations accepted

7pm join us on Instagram live @filmshop_us https://www.instagram.com/filmshop_us/channel/

8pm reserve tickets at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/filmshop-exhibition-curated-by-thelma-adams-tickets-118232997077