The Runaway (La Fugue)
Jean-Bernard Marlin 2013
Short

Saturday Jun 7, 2014
$13 online or at the door
VENUE
Industry City
Roof and Courtyard
Sunset Park
220 36th Street, Brooklyn, New York, 11232
Take the D, N, or R trains to 36th Street

SHOW
8:00PMDoors Open
8:30 PMLive Music
9:00PMFilms Begin
11:30PMAfter Party sponsored by New Amsterdam Spirits and Bulleit Bourbon
No refunds. In the event of rain, show will go on indoors at the same location. Seating is first come, first served. No outside alcohol is permitted.

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The Runaway (La Fugue) (Jean-Bernard Marlin | 22 min.)

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A rehabilitated teenage girl stands before a judge for sentencing. Still, she fears the system is stacked against her. Winner of best short at the Berlin Film Festival.


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Jean-Bernard Marlin was born on November 18th, 1979. He grew up in Marseille, then moved to Paris where he started studying film. After he graduated from the Ecole Louis Lumière and the FEMIS Screenplay Workshop, which was selected for a large number of international festivals. He is currently completing a documentary film and writing his first feature.


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