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SHUT YER DIRTY LITTLE MOUTH

February 4 @ 3:00 pm

TICKETS for SHUT YER DIRTY MOUTH at 518 Val Sun Feb 4, 3p HERE

 

Director Robert Taischer – 2002 USA 75 min – IndieFest 2002 program note:

 

Robert Taicher earned his Indie credentials by producing Alejandro Jodorowsky’s THE HOLY MOUNTAIN, and working on SANTA SANGRE. His latest film is an outrageous, often hilarious, slice-of-life in the tradition of BARFLY. It is best described as “Waiting for Godot” meets “The Odd Couple in Hell”. Peter (Glenn Shadix – BEETLEJUICE) and Ray (Gill Gayle – THE NEW WOMEN) are down-and-out alcoholics living in the ‘Pepto Bismol Palace’ in the Lower Haight. They imbibe massive quantities of vodka, report each other to 911, get hauled off to jail, and raise the ire of everyone within earshot. Based on actual conversations recorded in the late ’80s, these unbelievable harangues became an underground cultural sensation. Duplicated again and again, these aural journals of self-loathing and drunken nonsense traveled the world. They were featured on NPR, alternative radio, and they became a daily soap opera on the airwaves in Auckland, New Zealand. Samples appear on records by L7, Faith No More, and Kim Deal. A bittersweet slice of urban Americana. – Bruce Fletcher, SF IndieFest

 


ABOUT INDIEFEST Year Four 

Dates: Jan 31-Feb 10, 2002

Venues: Castro, Roxie, Studio Z/Transmission Theater, New College, Expression Center, Parkway Theater

Features: 26  Shorts: 73  Parties: 5  Bands: 3 Total Films: 99  Total Films To Date: 227. 

With: Jeff Ross, Stevy Stephens, Bruce Fletcher, Allen White, Doug Jones, Alex Lynch, Marjorie Case, Lynn Coakley, Brian Cox

Sponsors: SF Weekly, Creative Technology, Hotel Bijou, New Colege, Cineric, Expression Center for New Media, sfstation.com, Rainbow Grocery, Adolph Gasser, KUSF, AIVF, Landmark, Lost Weekend Video, AIVF, Sauza, Makers Mark, Blavod, Sierra Nevada, Mumm Cuvee Napa

NOTES: First year opening at the Castro! First party at the Werepad. Two new venues in the East Bay. Started highlighting new Japanese cinema. Bruce Fletcher’s first year programming. Back page of the 32 page guide featured an SF Indie film themed crossword puzzle designed by Allen White. Penelope Sheeris attends with Sold Our Souls For Rock N Roll!

Venue

518 Valencia Gallery
518 Valencia St
San Francisco, 94110