Canadian premiere Girls just wanna have fun. And score a perfect 300 at bowling! At least that’s the one fixation preventing 23-year-old Reva from enjoying life as she should be. Reva’s cute, charming, fun, and intelligent. Yet she’s entirely given up on boys and dating because of her unwavering obsession with a perfect bowling score and the desire to beat the mysterious Ronnie Potts – the only bowler to have achieved this feat. Thankfully, Reva is surrounded by supportive (though very catty!) girlfriends who are determined to bring Reva back to her senses. As if!
Director Jason Moore | USA | 2003 | Video | 7:00 | Color | Canadian Premiere
A biting and humorous peek into the lives of four young Asian American girls living in Los Angeles. The narrator, a fresh-off-the-boat punk rocker introduces us into the world of a jaded aspiring actress, a hip-hop gangster girl, and whitewashed beauty contestant.
Sara Hyoun, Cecilia Hyoun
Directors Sara and Cecilia Hyoun grew up in Silver Spring, Maryland, addicted to John Hughes movies and Pez. Convinced that the characters of “The Breakfast Club” would make great Pez dispensers, they moved to Los Angeles to realize their dream. Unfortunately, Hughes could not be found (he lives in Chicago) and apparently had no interest in tapping the Pez market. Disillusioned, their attentions turned to Altoids instead, which lured them into the dark, dank world of post-production. The good sister fell in love with editing while the bad sister sulked in the corner of the cutting room plotting ways to brainwash the American public. Together they plan on saving the world. Or at least make another movie. Community Co-presenter