UCLA Film & Television Archive and The Andrew J. Kuehn Jr. Foundation present
All Over Me (1997); German Song (1995)
All Over Me (1997)
Directed by Alex Sichel
Alex Sichel’s penetrating feature charts a young lesbian’s sojourn of self-discovery. Alison Folland is pitch perfect as Claude, a teenager whose wish to start a band runs aground of her growing attraction for friend and potential band-mate, self-destructive Ellen. One of only a few lesbian features to receive a general release, the film is an emblem of its time, featuring music of Sleater-Kinney, Ani DiFranco, and Babes in Toyland.
Producer: Dolly Hall. Screenwriter: Sylvia Sichel. Cinematographer: Joe DeSalvo. Editor: Sabine Hoffman. Cast: Alison Folland, Tara Subkoff, Cole Hauser, Wilson Cruz, Ann Dowd.
35mm, color, 90 min.
View the trailer below.
German Song (1995)
Directed by Sadie Benning.
A disaffected young woman wanders through suburban streets and a carnival, seeking something… or someone? Set to the music of Boston-based alternative band, Come.
Digital video from Super 8mm, b/w, 6 min.