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Tampa Film Review - May 11
(released 4/27/2007)
By greenroomwire

The next Tampa Film Review will be held on Friday, May 11 at 8 p.m. at the International Bazaar, located at 1600 E. Eighth Ave. in the Centro Ybor Complex. The Tampa Film Review is a monthly showcase of local independent short films. It is held every second Friday of the month at 8 p.m. at the Bazaar and the event is free an open to the public.

May's films will include:

The Part starring Joel Wynkoop: A sick monster of a man is cured of his murderous ways, onto to be turned back into a killer by B-movie producers.

Robota by Marc Berteaux (part of Canadian film exchange program): Robota is a short stop-motion animated film done entirely in Lego. The story focuses on a homeless robot, Robota, who panhandles for change. One day, Robota manages to get enough money to make a bet at a local cockfight. The chicken she bets on wins by cheating causing a brawl amongst the macho robot crowd. Robota narrowly escapes and takes the subway to the medical clinic where she makes her dream come true, well, kind of.

John by Vito Dinatolo: When John tries to dispose of a dead body before work, the nightmare is only beginning.

Catch and Release by D. Andrew Hamilton (part of Canadian film exchange program): A writing hermitage to his family cottage turns into an existential journey for Scott. A chance encounter with his old fishing buddy Charlie forces Scott to question his personal philosophy. Charlie and Scott, who share little more than their fishing trips as kids, deal very differently with fate's unpredictability. At their favorite fishing hole, their approaches to life collide and Scott is forced to decide whether or not to change his life.

To Live Is To Die by Chris Woods: A group of college students are asked share non-fictional stories in the writing class. Strangely enough the authors fall victim to their own tales

"Rudi": A music video featuring performer Miriam Chemmoss. (Tampa Bay resident Greg Baldi was DP for the video)

And more to be announced by next week!

Visit www.thetampafilmreview.com for more.

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