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"Viva" and "Lunacy" Bookend 14th New York Underground Film Festival

Indiewire By Indiewire | Indiewire March 27, 2007 at 9:58AM

Fifteen features and over 100 shorts are on tap for this year's New York Underground Film Festival, with the 14th edition taking place March 28 - April 1 at the Anthology Film Archives in Manhattan's East Village. The New York premiere of "Viva" by writer/director/actress Anna Biller will open the event Wednesday night, which the festival describes as a "tribute to the best of vintage sexploitation films." Victor Zimet and Stephanie Silber's "Random Lunacy: Videos from the Road Less Traveled" (NY premiere) will close the fest. Other features include the NY debuts of "The Great Happiness Space: Tale of an Osaka Love Thief," "Each Time I Kill," "Celluloid #1," and "Frank & Cindy." For more information including a full line up, visit the festival's website. [Brian Brooks]
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Fifteen features and over 100 shorts are on tap for this year's New York Underground Film Festival, with the 14th edition taking place March 28 - April 1 at the Anthology Film Archives in Manhattan's East Village. The New York premiere of "Viva" by writer/director/actress Anna Biller will open the event Wednesday night, which the festival describes as a "tribute to the best of vintage sexploitation films." Victor Zimet and Stephanie Silber's "Random Lunacy: Videos from the Road Less Traveled" (NY premiere) will close the fest. Other features include the NY debuts of "The Great Happiness Space: Tale of an Osaka Love Thief," "Each Time I Kill," "Celluloid #1," and "Frank & Cindy." For more information including a full line up, visit the festival's website. [Brian Brooks]