Funny Bunny

Director: Alison Bagnall
Narrative Feature :: Vanguard
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Screening Info:
Thursday, November 12
10:15 AM
Thalian Black
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Sunday, November 15
1:30 PM
Jengo's Playhouse
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Alison Bagnall

Alison Bagnall

Ted Speaker, Laura Heberton, Vinay Singh, Tara Culp

Ashley Connor

Kentucker Audley, David Barker

Production Design:
Penka Slavova

Sound Design:
Lane McGiboney

Melanie Hsu

Kentucker Audley, Joslyn Jensen, Olly Alexander, Louis Cancelmi, Josephine Decker, Anna Margaret Hollyman, Grace Gonglewski, Caridad de la Luz, Nicholas Webber
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United States
Gene spends his days canvassing about childhood obesity. One day he canvasses Titty, an emotionally arrested 19-year-old who has successfully sued his own father to win back a large inheritance and gotten himself disowned in the process. Gene discovers that Titty has an ongoing online relationship with the beautiful but reclusive Ginger, who is an animal activist. Gene convinces Titty to make a pilgrimage to meet Ginger where the two men form a close bond despite both of them being drawn to the enigmatic Ginger, who is in need of rescue.

Director Bio:
Alison Bagnall is the writer/director of NY Times Critics’ Pick THE DISH & THE SPOON that stars Greta Gerwig and Olly Alexander (who rejoined Alison for FUNNY BUNNY) and premiered at SXSW in 2012. She is currently co-writing the feature film BLUE EYES BROWN EYES based on the true story of 1960's anti-racism educator Jane Elliott. Alison’s research for the Jane Elliott story inspired her latest project, THE MENDICANTS, a serious comedy that plays on wealth disparity and racial paradoxes in America. Her first feature as co-writer, BUFFALO 66, is still an Indie favorite.