Larry Clark, 91 mins, USA, 1995, 35mm. Courtesy: Roadshow Films
Notorious photographer Larry Clark makes his debut as a director in this daringly original, touching and authentic film.
Set of the course of a single summer day, Kids
follows Telly (Leo Fitzpatrick) and his aimless gang as they swing their skateboards through the streets New York. A poetic scramble of funny and fierce, the street language is the handiwork of gifted co-scriptwriter, nineteen-year-old Harmony Korine.
Features a dynamite young cast including Justin Pierce, Chloë Sevigny and Rosario Dawson. Nominated for a Golden Palm at the 1995 Cannes Film Festival.Screens with
Oreos With Attitude unclassified 18+
Larry Carty, 27 mins, USA, 1990, 16mm. Courtesy: Apparatus Productions & NFVLS
A short satire of racial stereotyping. New York couple - Janet and Richard - decide to adopt a white child 'to promote racial harmony'.but it seems that little Jimmy has other ideas.