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Stephen King’s Dollar Babies, Program 1

Thursday, October 17, 2019, 7:30 p.m., Dryden Theatre

Harvey’s Dream
(Jainardhan Sathyan, US 2016, 10 min., digital)

Rest Stop
(Paul Mortsolf, US 2019, 14 min., digital)

Dedication
(Tyna Ezenma, US 2017, 19 min., digital)

Rainy Season
(Vanessa Ionta Wright, US 2017, 21 min., digital)

A Very Tight Place
(Stephen Tramontana, US 2019, 21 min., digital)

Stephen King’s Dollar Babies, Program 1 | Halloween | Filmmaker Q&A. Unnerving, disturbing tales are Stephen King’s specialty, as evidenced by these five films adapted from his short stories (see October 31 for a second program of Dollar Babies). An aging husband’s neurological decline may or may not reveal an unthinkable tragedy; an author must decide how much he relates to the characters he’s created; a maid visits a priestess, who has some unusual advice about her unborn son and the author staying at her hotel; a young couple ignores warnings to leave their summer cottage; and a man’s plan for revenge hits a roadblock when he’s locked in a portable toilet.

After the program, director Stephen Tramontana will take the stage for a Q&A about his film.

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