Tuesday, 26 February 2008

Tune in March 1st, 1:00 pm for My Interview with Indie Filmmaker, Anna Biller

"I detected 41 distinct flavors of sexiness."--Viva Fan

Written and directed by indie filmmaker Anna Biller, VIVA is a celluloid feast for the eyes. Bored housewife Barbi (played by Biller) morphs into the sexually adventurous Viva after being neglected by her Ken-doll husband, and spurred on by her women's lib best friend. You might want to put your sunglasses on for the '70's glare of red, orange and avocado-green that festoons the sets of this sexploitation extravaganza--just be sure to take them off for the unforgettable "apple" scene!

Exclusive 2 Night Engagement at the Royale Cinema
(608 College St. West, 416-534-5252)
The world renowned Toronto Burlesque troupe SKIN TIGHT, OUTTA SIGHT, will perform 2 exclusive live Burlesque shows before the 9:00 p.m. screenings on Friday Feb. 29th and Saturday March 1st. Ms. Biller will also conduct an on-stage Q and A following the screenings.

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