October – November 2015
Wild Tales won Best Foreign Film in the Spanish language category at the 2015 Goyas and was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2015 Academy Awards. It is a wonderfully entertaining revenge film comprised of six short tales that show how everyday situations bring out the dark side of everyday people – a deadly case of road rage, a wedding gone wrong, accidental manslaughter….
Described by Variety as “wickedly delightful”
Spanish with English Subtitles, IST APPROVED
Artist, educator and scholar Adam Falkner is the Founder and Executive Director of the Dialogue Arts Project. His work has been featured in Painted Bride Quarterly, on HBO, in the New York Times, Time Out New York, and elsewhere. He teaches in the Sociology and Education programs at Vassar College and Columbia University.
Aimee Nezhukumatathil is the author of three books of poetry: Lucky Fish (2011), winner of the Hoffer Grand Prize for Prose and Independent Books, the gold medal in Poetry for the Independent Publishers Book Awards and featured in the New York Times and on the PBS News Hour Arts Beat; At the Drive-In Volcano (2007); and Miracle Fruit (2003), all from Tupelo Press.
Lew Schneider’s TV writing credits include American Dad, The New Adventures of Old Christine and the Peabody Award winning Men of a Certain Age. For nine years he was a writer/producer of the Emmy award winning CBS comedy Everybody Loves Raymond and is now a co-executive producer (and occasional director) of ABC’s The Goldbergs.
Dani Klein Modisett is the author of Take My Spouse, Please: How to Keep Your Marriage Happy, Healthy, and Thriving by Following the Rules of Comedy (2015) and the editor/author of Afterbirth: Stories You Won’t Read in a Parenting Magazine (2009). Her writing has been featured in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Parents Magazine, and the Huffington Post.
Keith Giglio has worked as a screenwriter and producer with credits that include A Cinderella Story, Walt Disney’s Tarzan, Return to Halloweentown, Pizza My Heart, and Joshua and Noah. He also worked as a narrative designer for video games at a major toy company. In addition, Giglio is the author of Writing the Comedy Blockbuster (2012) and Slay The Dragon: Writing Great Video Games (2015).