Saturday, July 5, 2008
Friday, August 22, 2008
Capital City Microcinema
Kensington Row Bookshop
3786 Howard Ave
Kensington, MD 20895
venue phone: 301-949-9416
Event contact: Sujewa Ekanayake, email@example.com, 240-354-3394
About the movie:
When Jesse and Caroline discover a newfound affection for one another they struggle to keep their relationship a secret from Lee, Jesse’s roommate and Caroline’s ex-boyfriend. But when Lee moves away Jesse and Caroline find themselves questioning their feelings for one another.
The Chutry Experiment
One of the things I most enjoyed about Texas Snow was Coffman’s attention to the way that twentysomethings communicate, the late night confessions and revelations that usually take place several hours (and usually several beers) after most sane people have fallen asleep. The pacing, underscored by Keegan DeWitt’s score, in fact recalled David Gordon Green’s lyrical All the Real Girls.
A very cinematic event where beautiful photography (by Keith Hueffmeier), music (by Keegan DeWitt, composer for Dance Party, USA & Quiet City), editing, an expertly maintained pace, and just the right tone slowly envelop you and place you inside the sunlit but slightly off-kilter world of three St. Louis twenty somethings.
Hollywood Is Talking
Coffman is minimal in dialogue and directed his actors and cinematographer (Keith Hueffmeier) to follow suit, and the result has a certain poetic vibe that avoids many clichés.
Rogue Cinemaby Brian Morton
Texas Snow is a beautifully photographed and written movie, the acting is great… three out of four cigars…