Q&A Attendees *subject to change: Charlotte Glynn (friday) Victoria DeMartin (Saturday)
Tova has a Passover Seder to throw but her brother Sol who is supposed to bring the main course is nowhere to be found. To make matters worse, Colin, Tova’s most recent one night stand, thinks the hickey on her breast is the Virgin Mary and refuses to leave her side. Will Tova be able to find Sol in time for the Seder, get rid of Colin, and save Passover?
BIO: Charlotte Glynn was born in New York and spent her formative years in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Her first feature film Rachel Is, a documentary about her sister who is developmentally disabled had its broadcast premiere on PBS America reFramed and has screened internationally including the True/False Film Festival and won best documentary at the Thin Line Documentary Film Festival. Her most recent film, a short narrative, premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
Most recently Charlotte was named one of the “25 New Faces in Independent Film” by Filmmaker Magazine. She received her MFA from Columbia University in 2013 and is currently developing a feature, submitting 2 recently finished short films to festivals and teaching film directing at her alma mater SUNY Purchase.
Cast/Featuring: Lucia Brizzi, Kieran Mulcare, Cathy Curtain, Jessika Williams, Jillian Lindig, Alice Cannon, Al Roffe
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