After the Snow
Directed by Brooke Sebold
Written by Matthew Tyler
After The Snow tells the story of a very pregnant and impulsive young woman named June. Brandishing a gun, June bursts into the home of the man who raped her eight-months prior demanding a confession; as with all matters of life and death, nothing can be so simple.
Brooke Sebold is a filmmaker currently based in New York City. Brooke's feature length documentary, RED WITHOUT BLUE (RWB), received over twenty awards, including the audience-choice award at Slamdance and the juried award at Frameline and screened at 150+ film festivals, universities, and museums all around the world. The film continues to air on the Sundance Channel and Logo. Brooke has received numerous awards for both narrative and documentary filmmaking including the CINE Golden Eagle Award, a prestigious directing honor that marked the early careers of Steven Spielberg, Mike Nichols and Ken Burns. In addition to Logo and the Sundance Channel, her work can also be seen on PBS, NBC, MSNBC and Current TV, where one of the pieces she produced/edited was nominated for an Emmy (2008).
March 26th, 8pm