Equal measures Wes Anderson and Lewis Carroll, Girl Asleep is an enchanting journey into the absurd -- and sometimes scary -- depths of the teenage mind.
This film festival isn’t just made of sugar and spice, it's got some grit and gasoline, too.
In a circle of friends reunite for a weekend away to celebrate the same sex wedding of a member of their group.
Yet, despite their best efforts to behave themselves, a series of surprise plans, unexpected arrivals and exposed secrets lead to an explosion of drama that, coupled with the flammable combination of hurt feelings, unresolved tensions, and lots of wine cannot be contained.
, a vibrant portrayal of Australian adolescence, follows Greta Driscoll as her bubble of obscure loserdom is burst when her parents throw her a surprise 15th birthday party and invite the whole school!
Perfectly content being a wallflower, suddenly Greta's flung far from her comfort zone into a distant, parallel place -- a strange world that’s a little frightening and a lot weird, but only there can she find herself.
We live in a flawed and hollow place, they say, where sometimes the innocent wither and the guilty thrive, where cheaters prosper and horses die. Mattie, a loquacious tornado in the guise of a 14-year-old girl, knows ours is far from a perfect world. She drives a hard bargain with a local businessman as she's settling some of her father's financial affairs, including refunding the 0 he spent on four ponies.