CRABCAKE: Annapolis Film Festival, SuperGirl (March 2017)

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ANNAPOLIS FILM FESTIVAL | SUPERGIRL

SHOWINGS:

  • Asbury United Methodist Church, Friday, March 31, 5:30pm
  • Francis Scott Key Auditorium, Sunday, April 2, 2:45pm
  • Tickets and Passes: CLICK HERE

SUPERGIRL follows 11-year-old powerlifter Naomi Kutin’s unique coming-of-age story as she fights to hold on to her title while navigating the perils of adolescence — from strict religious obligations to cyber-bullying. With a passionate family supporting her each step of the way, Naomi must learn to accept herself and discover she is as strong inside as she is outside.

In this Crabcake, we hopped on the phone with Jessie Auritt who wrote, directed and produced the film. Jessie tells us about how she decided on creating this story along with how she embedded herself in the lives of the Kutins in New Jersey. She followed Naomi for several years and sheds some insight on what the teen is up to today and what the future holds!

SuperGirl (Facebook)

SuperGirl (Website)

@SuperGirlDoc (Twitter)

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CRABCAKE: Annapolis Film Festival 2017, Before The West Coast (March 2017)

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ANNAPOLIS FILM FESTIVAL | BEFORE THE WEST COAST

SHOWINGS:

  • Maryland Hall, Friday, March 31, 2:30pm
  • United Asbury Methodist Church, Saturday, April 1, 3:00pm
  • Tickets and Passes: CLICK HERE

A federal court ruling in 1967 brought all-black St. Augustine High School into Louisiana’s all-white Catholic high school sports association. Newly appointed Head Football Coach Otis Washington would face relentless adversity in the years that followed — a playoff berth lost on a coin toss, discriminatory officiating, unfavorable rulings from the school board, and a championship game defeat — while cultivating an innovative offensive style of play still used today.

In this Crabcake, we hopped on the phone with Oyd Craddock who wrote, directed and produced the film. Oyd also played on that magical team that won the championship in 1975.  We talk about the film and what made him decide to tell this story. We discuss the racial biases and attacks endured..and the determination shown by a coach and a team.

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CRABCAKE: Annapolis Film Festival, The Night Watchmen (March 2017)

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WARNING: Around 8:00, Zu Coffee makes some kind of really loud drink and the levels go crazy. It is only for about :30. #Sorry

ANNAPOLIS FILM FESTIVAL | THE NIGHT WATCHMEN

SHOWINGS:

  • Annapolis Elementary, Friday, March 31, 9:30pm
  • Tickets and Passes: CLICK HERE

Three inept night watchmen, aided by a young rookie and a fearless tabloid journalist, fight an epic battle for their lives against a horde of hungry vampires.

In this Crabcake, we met with Ken Arnold at Zu Coffee in Annapolis. He is a local man who wrote and produced the film. We discussed the film itself, what the future holds for him, and what it was like to film most of it right here in Annapolis in the old Capital newspaper building.

The Night Watchmen (website)

@TNWMovie (twitter)

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