Years from now, there will come a day when a movie about 2015 will be a period piece. For 1992, that day is today.
"L For Leisure" is a retro throwback homage to ’90s indie filmmakers like Hal Hartley and Whit Stillman, following a group of grad students over the school year of ’92-’93 as they work, play, and take a number of naps. It’s also shot on 16mm, giving it a fun, bright, vintage look.
The film, directed by Lev Kalman and Whitney Horn, will screen at the Made in NY Media Center from May 15-22 as part of the Screen Forward program and will hit VOD in June. Check out some stills below: