Bradford International Film Festival 2010

Strand celebrating indie film from the US.

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45365 and Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo
45365 (Country: US; Year: 2009; Director: Bill Ross, Turner Ross)
Documentary charting life in a small American town.
Beetle Queen Conquers Tokyo (Country: US; Year: 2009; Director: Jessica Oreck)
A documentary exploring the Japanese fascination with insects, made by an entomologist from New York's Museum of Natural History.
Blue Bus (Country: US; Year: 2009; Director: Phil Scarpaci; Writer: Jacob Scarpaci, Kerrie Scher; Stars: Ron Recasner, Phil Scarpaci, Marty Hileman, Tabitha Reynolds, Granpa Elliott Small, Big Mama Sunshine, René Tenada, Lisa Thomassie), Official Site
Two friends go on a cross-country road trip in a VW van.
Bonecrusher (Country: US; Year: 2009; Director: Mike Fountain)
Documentary focusing on a father and son who are both miners.
China Town (Country: US; Year: 2009; Director: Lucy Raven)
Still photographs are used to explore copper production in this avant garde documentary.
Eggshells (Country: US; Year: 1969; Director: Tobe Hooper; Writer: Tobe Hooper; Stars: Ron Barnhart, Pamela Craig, Allen Danziger, Sharon Danziger, Mahlon Foreman, Kim Henkel, Amy Lester, David Noll, Jim Schulman)
Hooper's first film is a celebration of peace and love as seen through a group of hippies sharing a house.
It Was Great, But I Was Ready To Come Home (Country: US; Year: 2009; Director: Kris Swanberg; Writer: Jade Healy, Benjamin Kasulke, David Lowery, Kris Swanberg; Stars: Kris Swanberg, Jade Healy, Chris Trujillo, Nick Drashner, Caitlin Donohue), Official Site
Two friends examine their relationship while on holiday.
Redland (Country: US; Year: 2009; Director: Asiel Norton; Writer: Asiel Norton, Magdalena Zyzak; Stars: Mark Aaron, Lucy Adden, Sean Thomas, Bernadette Murray, Kathan Fors, Toben Seymour, Elena Bell, Lacey Olson)
The devastating consequences of an affair in Depression-era America.
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