Between the Shades

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Shabu

Acción Mutante

Hutsulka Ksenya

A Handful of Water

All Wigged Out: The Musical

GRAMMY Award winning virtuoso meets the biggest health challenge of her life (Breast Cancer), and proceeds with comedy and wit, and comes out singing.

Marcy Marxer is a GRAMMY® winning singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist who takes us on her expedition through Breast Cancer and neuropathy caused by Chemotherapy, tempered by her wacky sense of humor and ability to make the personal universal. Her musical and life partner, Cathy Fink is Marcy’s advocate in the doctors’ offices, her number one fan and bandleader in the show with Stacy McMichael on bass and Janet Cramer on drums. Cathy also plays the mammogram technician, Cindy at the Wig Shop and Marcy’s mother.

WINNER BEST HEALTH FILM: Cannes World Film Festival

WINNER, BEST DOCUMENTARY FEATURE: Chicago Cinema Awards, Stanley Film Awards, Sweet Democracy Film Awards, London Movie Awards, 8 & Halfilm Awards, IndieFEST Film Awards, Docs Without Borders, WRPN Women’s International Film Festival, World Cinema Awards.

EXCELLENCE AWARD in LGBT & ART HOUSE FILM, ACTRESS, MESSAGE DELIVERY: Depth of Field International Film Festival

The heartwarming musical comedy takes us through Marcy’s many stages of diagnosis and discovery with hope, grace and unique style. From comparing her cancer journey to being dragged through a car wash while playing the musical washboard, to dealing with everyone’s “Unsolicited Advice” to showing the ridiculous “My Chemo Bag” given to her at the hospital, Marcy sticks to the truth while finding humor in many moments. Why is there a lint roller in that bag? Cindy at the Wig Shop put Marcy at ease in the transition to baldness, and also at times told more truth than the doctors who soft-pedaled potential side effects to treatment.

“Laughter and tears I didn’t know I needed.” – Lillian Werbin, CEO Elderly Instruments, Daughter of Breast Cancer

The ten songs span multiple styles of music showcasing Marcy’s talents on the ukulele, mandolin and electric guitar through swing, punk, rock, jazz, Gospel and old-time country.

Marcy triumphs over adversity while celebrating forty years together with the love of her life and musical partner, Cathy, ending with a perfect duet, “Two Peas In A Pod.”

The American Cancer Society has indicated that by the year 2030, 1 in 2 people in the US will be diagnosed with cancer. Sooner or later all of us will be caregivers, patients, loved ones in someone’s cancer circle.

ALL WIGGED OUT helps us navigate this maze while showcasing the power of hope, the power of love and the power of advocacy.

GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award winner Tom Paxton called All Wigged Out “Hilarious and deeply moving”.

For medical professionals who work with cancer patients, this film is a tool for developing empathy and understanding cancer from the patient’s point of view.

BONUS Material on the DVD version includes

  • Reel of home movies made during Marcy’s cancer treatment including the onion juice remedy.
  • Interview with Marcy Marxer.

Musical / 2021 / 58 minutes / color / A film by Tracy Walsh

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Sadness and Joy in the Life of Giraffes

Nightclubbing: The Birth Of Punk In NYC

“Nightclubbing” is the first ever documentary about the renowned New York City nightclub Max’s Kansas City (1965-1981) which had an indelible impact on the world of music, fashion, art, culture and the creation of the New York City Punk Rock scene.

From its original launch through its changes in ownership to the final scandal that forced its closure, the film additionally explores the heated rivalry that existed between Max’s and CBGB’s and how the two clubs represented different perspectives on the NYC punk phenomena.

Max’s was not just a punk scene location, it became a nightclub home for Andy Warhol, and the number of deals cut in the club’s back room reads like a bible of the who’s who of the era.

Packed with rare music clips, Nightclubbing features Alice Cooper, Jayne County, Billy Idol, Lenny Kaye, Steve Stevens, Elliott Murphy, Sylvain Sylvain, Penny Arcade, Alan Vega, H.R., Dr. Know, Harley Flanagan, Bob Gruen, Jay Jay French, Jesse Malin, Peter Crowley, Jimi LaLumia, Neon Leon, Leee Black Childers, Marty Thau, Ruby Lynn Reyner, Frank Infante, Jimmy Zero, Cynthia Ross, Peter Jordan, Donna Destri, Sonny Vincent, Mickey Leigh, Phillys Stein, Phil Caivano, Denise Mercedes, Nick Marden, John Holmstrom, Louis X. Erlanger & Steven Blush.

“4 STARS (out of 5). The scuzziness, excitement and history-making music of 70s club Max’s Kansas City thunders through Danny Garcia’s nostalgic documentary.” – Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian

“Danny Garcia’s new film is a fascinating portrait of New York’s original underground rock haven… a raw inside slice of punk nostalgia and punk history.” – Owen Gleiberman, Variety

About the Filmmaker

Danny Garcia is a musicologist who specializes in the history of rock and punk. A number of other films by Garcia are also available through Soundview. They include:

2022 / Documentary / 85 minutes / Color & Black and White / A film by Danny Garcia

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LEDA

“Pure Cinema. A bold, dazzling cinematic experiment.” – Film Threat

The Myth Comes to Life as Contemporary Folk Horror in this new and bold reimagining of the Greek myth Leda and the Swan.

Named one of the Top 10 Feature Narratives 2023 by Video Librarian.

Five years in the making, LEDA completed in 2022 as a multi-genre film that straddles MYTHOLOGY and FOLK HORROR with a technical excellence that is unique and cutting edge.

Shot in spectacular STEREO 3D, Leda is available to deliver in 3D as a Bluray 2D/3D unit, as well as a standard 2D DVD.

Winner: Audience Choice Award, Festival of Cinema, New York

Winner: Best Cinematography, Austin Arthouse Film Festival

Winner: Best Art/Experimental Feature, Another Hole in the Head Festival

Winner: Independent Music Awards

Leda and the Swan is a story and subject in art from Greek mythology in which the god Zeus, in the form of a swan, seduces and impregnates Leda. According to later Greek mythology, Leda bore Helen and Polydeuces, children of Zeus, while at the same time bearing Castor and Clytemnestra, children of her husband Tyndareus, the King of Sparta. The subject owed its sixteenth-century popularity to the paradox that it was considered more acceptable to depict a woman in the act of copulation with a swan than with a man.

In this re-imagining of the tale into a contemporary Folk Horror re-telling, Leda lives alone in a family estate. Haunted by a divine presence and recurring memories, she begins to lose touch with reality and time. Her dream-like world spirals into a nightmare of madness as her belly begins to grow.

Director Samuel Tressler IV took on this ambitious production on numerous fronts. Not only is the film in black and white, but it is wordless with cinematography by Nick Midwig (Mars) that will be studied for years to come . The result is an Arthouse cross-over from Ancient Myth to Folk Horror/Thriller.

“Tressler’s film is a captivating fever dream that uses music, sound effects, and startling imagery to weave its magical spell.” – John Seal, Berkeleyside.

There is something nearly museum quality about this film. Highly Recommended” – Jason Zimmerman, The Sound View

“A joy to behold. A beautiful, literate masterpiece that stands out on its own in a world where cinema has become so frustratingly repetitive.” – Musique Machine

The ensemble cast includes Adeline Thery (Are We Not Cats) as Leda / Mother, CC King (The Murder of Nicole Brown) as the Young Leda, Douglas Cathro (A House of Sparrows) as the Father and Nicolle Marquez (The Geometries of Desire) as the cousin as well as others.

2022 / 75 Minutes / English / Black and White / A Film by Samuel Tressler IV

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