‘What Comes Between Fear and Sex’ Premieres at NewFilmmakers June 27th

We are excited for the official New York premiere of our latest short film, “What Comes Between Fear and Sex” at NewFilmmakers on Wednesday June 27th at 8pm.

Accompanied by four other shorts that look at modern romance and troubled youth, “What Comes Between Fear and Sex” (14 min, 2011) chronicles the emotional turbulence of a teenage couple who leave the prom and enter a wilderness of confusion from which they may never return. The film was directed and choreographed by Anna Brady Nuse, scored and co-written by J Why, starring Donna Costello and Matt Sweeney as well as the voice of Minnie Dee.

NewFilmmakers screens at Anthology Film Archives on the Lower
East Side at 32 Second Avenue & 2nd Street.

Admission is $6 for the whole evening.
Go to NewFilmmakers.com to view the entire line-up.

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Two New York Screenings this Spring

I’m happy to announce that my latest short film, “What Comes Between Fear and Sex” (formerly Fünf ‘n’ Twist) will be receiving two New York screenings this spring.

First it will be shown at BAAD!’s Boogie Down Dance Series.

Wednesday, May 16 – 8pm/Free
Dance Films!
CAPTURED: DANCES ON FILM
This evening shares works by choreographers turned filmmakers as they share films and discuss translating the work from the stage to the screen with Arthur Aviles, Marta Renzi, Joey Lorraine, Help Get the Word Out and Anna Nuse and Damon White.

BAAD! (Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance)
841 Barreto Street, 2nd. Floor
Bronx, NY 10474
718-842-5223
Directions

Then you can catch it at Anthology Film Archives as part of the New Filmmakers Series.

Wednesday, June 27 – 8pm Short Film Program, $6 All night

Tina Salmassi TUMBLING (2011, 13 minutes)
An ordinary picnic turns unforgettable after a young boy witnesses an act of betrayal by his mother.

Anna Nuse WHAT COMES BETWEEN FEAR AND SEX (2011, 14 minutes)  WATCH TRAILER
An allegorical triptych, What Comes Between Fear and Sex chronicles the emotional turbulence of a teenage couple who leave the prom and enter a wilderness of confusion from which they may never return.

Joseph Lyons SALVAGING (2011, 15 minutes)
A down on his luck man and his fifteen year-old step-son navigate the twists and turns of their troubled relationship while pushing a junkyard-bound car through equally difficult city streets.

Logan Sandler ALL IT WILL EVER BE (2011, 18 minutes)
Formally daring and unapologetic, All It Will Ever Be is an intensely personal meditation on the modern romantic disconnect present in today’s society.

Anthology Film Archives
32 2nd Ave
New York, NY 10003

These will both be great programs, and I’m looking forward to seeing my work among such good company!