Karen, a 50-year-old father and former teacher, is currently training with an American cowboy for her transformation into a horse. In this form of roleplay, known as pony play, Karen dresses up as a “horse-being,” and as she undergoes physical training for dressage and pulling a cart, the boundary between reality and fantasy begins to blur.
A poetic reflection on humanity, gender, life, love and nature.
Directed by Jérôme Clément-Wilz, 2015, France, 63 minutes. US premiere.
in search of candy
Investigative reporter Travis Dollymop rips the cover off the sex camp industry, sure that he’s uncovered a multinational conspiracy that bilks horny middle-aged men out of their money. Shot at the renowned Camp Crucible, this is a real, er, camp comedy! (Directed by Bo Blaze, 2016, USA, 15 minutes. Stars J. Philip, with Admiral Frazier, Crucible Mike, Nicole, Enfield Mike, Blackthorne and Lord Byron Scattsworth III. World premiere.)
date & time:
Wednesday, March 15 – 9:30 PM
Anthology Film Archives
32 Second Avenue (@ 2nd Street)
$11; $8/seniors & students
18 and over only.