D.C. APA Film is proud to announce the world premiere of three films at our 12th Annual Film Festival.
We welcome back Jason Ho, whose film Puncture Wound screened at the 10th APA Film Festival. Jason returns to our fest with a new short titled The Pony Collector which will screen on Friday, October 7 at 9:15 pm. Synopsis: A young boy searches for a missing pony figure that was given to him by his absent father. A sensitive, charming tale with some moments of magic.
Also returning to our festival is Jason Karman. His film I’m In the Mood for Love screened at last year’s 11th APA Film Festival. Jason’s new film Square Dance Story will screen on Saturday, October 8 at 7 pm. Synopsis: A young man finds himself in a bar hosting a Square Dance Troupe. Can he charm his way into a promenade with the pretty girl, or will his attempts be seen as a dosey-don’t?
We are honored to screen the world premiere of Mark Reyes’ film Raymond. The short will screen on Sunday, October 9 at 2 pm before the feature film The Lulu Sessions. Synopsis: A young, gay man comes to terms with family and friends during a difficult holiday visit.