Catalog No.: FTF-025 | 
Release date: September 7, 2012 | 
Director: Sophia Takal | 
Length: 72 minutes
 | Year: 2011


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Tech Details: English, Color, 1.78:1 Widescreen, Dolby Digital, NR, NTSC, Region 0










Genevieve, a New York intellectual, moves to the country with her self-involved journalist boyfriend, Sebastian, while he works on his latest project. Bored and neglected, Genevieve turns to Robin, a working class local, for companionship. When Sebastian forms a bond of his own with Robin, Genevieve finds herself overpowered by jealousy and insecurity. Tensions mount between the two women and soon reality and fantasy become inseparable in this haunting examination of the female psyche.

Starring: Kate Lyn Sheil, Sophia Takal, Lawrence Michael Levine, Louis Cancelmi, Alex Ross Perry and Robert Malone

Festivals: SXSW, AFI Fest, Maryland Film Festival, IFF Boston, Raindance Film Festival, BAM Cinemafest, Sao Paulo Film Festival, Hamburg Film Festival, Philadelphia Film Festival, Starz Denver Film Festival,  Milwaukee Film Festival and Rooftop Film Festival

Awards: SXSW's Chicken & Egg Award, Special Jury Prize at IFF Boston and Gotham Award nomination



"Brilliantly observed....strong performances and seamless, probing dialogue generate sequences of subtly shifting emotions, filling each scene with a palpable sense of tension and discomfort."
-New York Magazine, Critic's Pick

"A shrewdly psychological first feature...smartly blends the allure of genre with do-it-yourself intimacy."
- Richard Brody, The New Yorker 

- Time Out NY, Critics Pick

"Bold...Effectively haunting. Green announces the arrival of a young storyteller with a unique vision."
- Eric Kohn. Indiewire

"Restores our faith in independent cinema...Deftly crafted. Beautifully shot."
- Flavorpill

"Sheil's haunting performance is especially terrific.Like Green's rural, forest setting—both beautiful and imposing—Sheil pivots between soft-spoken acquiescence and stern, hounding hostility."
- Interview Magazine

"The film packs a wollop. An impressive achievement."
- Slant

"GREEN depicts a common theme in any woman's life with such skill that it will resonate with viewers, drawing out and developing understanding of their own experiences with insecurities."
- BOMB Magazine

"Sharply edged writing and resourceful camerawork fosters the sometimes painful intimacy."
- GreenCine Daily

In Theaters 

September 7-13, 2012
reRun Theater
Brooklyn, NY
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September 7-13, 2012
Facets Multimedia
Chicago, IL
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June 9th and 11th, 2012
Gateway Film Center
Columbus, OH
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November 4th and 10th, 2012
Melwood Screening Room
Pittsburg, PA
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December 6th, 2012
Nitehawk Cinema
Brooklyn, NY
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