Events / Queer Film Screening & Talk with Directors
The Sons of Tennessee Williams 田纳西威廉姆斯的儿子们
Ten Years from Now 十年后
Jenny Man Wu
Some Sort of Loneliness 一种孤独
The Beijing American Center cordially invites you to attend the screenings of 4 films: “Ten Years from Now,” “Some Sort of Loneliness,” “Caress,” “The Sons of Tennessee Williams,” and Q&A with director Tim Wolff, Jordan Schiele, Jenny Man Wu, and Zhu Cheng.
Friday, June 21, 2013, 18:10 – 21:30
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LOCATION: Beijing American Center, JingGuang Center, Suite 2801, Hu Jia Lou, Chaoyang District.
METRO STOP: Line 10, Hu Jia Lou Exit D, walk south one block to the JingGuang Center
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18:10-19:10: Ten Years from Now * (15mins) + Some Sort of Loneliness*(14mins) + CARESS *(30mins)
19:10-19:40 Q&A with director Jordan Schiele, Jenny Man Wu, and Zhu Cheng
19:40-21:00: Sons of Tennessee Williams (80 mins)
21:00-21:30 Q&A with director Tim Wolff
《十年后》 Ten Years From Now
15mins, 2011, Narrative, China; Director：Jordan Schiele, Dialogue: Chinese; Subtitles：English
Amid the alleyway homes of Shanghai, a dinner-theater performer chases after her colleague as he struggles with his own sexuality.
Some Sort of Loneliness
14 mins, 2012, Narrative, China; Director：Jenny Man Wu; Dialogue: Chinese; Subtitles：CN+EN
30mins, 2012, Narrative, China; Director： ZHU CHENG; Dialogue: Chinese; Subtitles：CN+EN
The Sons of Tennessee Williams
82 mins, 2011, Documentary, USA; Director：Tim Wolff; Dialogue: English; Subtitles： Chinese
50 years of New Orleans gay civil rights revolution Mardi Gras, drag balls and politics–where else could these elements come together but in New Orleans? Interweaving archival footage and contemporary interviews, The Sons of Tennessee Williams charts the evolution of the gay Mardi Gras krewe scene over the decades, illuminating the ways in which its emergence was a seminal factor in the cause of gay liberation in the South.
Bio-filmography of Director：
Tim Wolff received his education from the California Institute of the Arts Directing for Theatre and Film program, studying closely with director Alexander Mackendrick and two-time Oscar winning documentarian Terry Sanders. In 1999, he began the first of four productions at HBO as producer. He produced two segments for the popular HBO documentary show Real Sex with Wigstock: the movie filmmaker Barry Shils. The Sons of Tennessee Williams is his first feature documentary with Wolfhouse, Inc. Next up: The Ballad of Yes and No, a magical-realist musical comedy narrative feature.
What you will see is the result of 2 years of searching for archival ball footage and still pictures. Thank god for the “vanity” factor. Despite the incredible loss of losing so many krewe members to AIDS and the damages from the flood waters, there was still plenty of such material and media for me to weave this story, without narration, which was my goal all along. This story is told by the men who lived it and no none else. I hope you will enjoy this microcosm of the American gay experience in the last half of the 20th century and appreciate the southern queens and the cast-iron fortitude that it has taken to prevail all through the years.
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