SNOWY BING BONGS

“...do we do it for the hand slappies?”

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Estimated run time: 42 mins.
Directed By: Rachel Wolther and Alex H. Fischer

SNOWY BING BONGS (plays w/web series SCREWED, S1 Ep. 1 & 2)

Expected Guests: Co-Directors/Writers/Editors Rachel Wolther and Alex H. Fischer

 

2017 / USA / Experimental Dance

Beach Balls are attacking a distant alien planet and the only thing that can save it are the gyrating, flatulent efforts of the Snowy Bing Bongs! Produced by The Daniels (Swiss Army Man), this trio of women are ready to do battle with an arsenal of absurdist choreography, 90s pop covers, subverted b&w feminist noir and BEYOND! Equal parts outrageous and entertaining, the film features Brooklyn-based, cult comic faves Cocoon Central Dance Team (Sunita Mani, Tallie Mara Medel and Eleanore Pienta) and other familiar faces like Reggie Watts. You’ll laugh, you won’t cry and you will definitely have girl band pop songs spinning in your head for the rest of the fest! Bing Bongs to the rescue!

 

Rachel Wolther

Co-Director, Co-Writer, Co-Editor

Rachel is a director and producer whose work has screened at the Berlinale, Rotterdam, and New York Film Festivals with such films as Josephine Decker’s BUTTER ON THE LATCH and Joanna Arnow’s short BAD AT DANCING. Since 2015 she has directed episodes of GE Podcast Theater's award winning science fiction series LIFEAFTER and THE MESSAGE.

 

Alex H. Fischer

Co-Director, Co-Writer, Co-Editor

Alex is a writer and director based in NYC, directing viral commercials and music videos with views totaling in the millions. He is a longtime collaborator with Cocoon Central Dance Team, directing their webseries REHEARSAL. With Co-Director Rachel Wolther, Alex was recently included in Filmmaker Magazine’s 2017 “25 New Faces of Independent Film.”

 

 

 SCREWED for Web

 

SCREWED

Directed by Stefanie Sparks

2011 / USA / 10mins. / Narrative Web Series, Season 1 Ep1 & 4

Misunderstood Omaha native Lydia Lawrence, the self described “Charles Bukowski of the modern dance world,” tries to make it as a Brooklyn ballerina with unabashed ego and questionable moves.

 

 

 

 

Sat / Oct 28 / 9:30 PM

 

The Warehouse Theatre

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