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Patricia Field “The Little House That Could” Film Screening

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SUNDAY 30

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After recent successful screenings of The Little House That Could in Toronto and the Queens World Film Festival where it was nominated for Best LGBT Feature, New Yorkers will have one last chance to see it! It is part of Bridging the Gap which is the first ever Ballroom International Conference put on by The House of Omni who are celebrating their 35th Year Anniversary. Bob Lesser (aka “the one-man crew”) who helped director Mars Roberge greatly with the making of this film will be there for Q & A.

The Little House That Could is the new Paris is Burning, specifically centered around Sex & The City’s stylist, Patricia Field, and her gay House of Field gang who have run the NYC nightlife, fashion, and art scene for the past several decades. This 90-minute documentary created by Toronto filmmaker, Mars Roberge (aka “Die J! Mars”), was shot over six years and had its world premiere screening to a sold-out crowd at Frameline37: The San Francisco International Film Festival, followed by screenings at Gaze: 21st Dublin International LGBT Film Festival, Indianapolis LGBT Film Festival and IX Cinema Mostra Aids (São Paulo, Brazil). This year, it has already been selected by Queens World Film Festival (nominated for Best LGBT Feature), OUT Twin Cities Film Festival and Outview Film Festival (Athens, Greece). Outside of the festival circuit, it has played at various independent cinemas in Toronto, Brooklyn and NYC and will be playing at Nakamura Keith Haring Gallery in Japan.

 

Chashama Harlem Gallery, 461 W 126th St bet Morningside & Amsterdam Ave, Harlem, New York, 212- 391-8151, 6pm, free

 

 

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