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A stylized image of two women walking along a path.

This exclusive virtual screening of Fourteen, director Dan Sallitt’s subtle and poignant depiction of female friendship, is presented courtesy of Grasshopper Film. 50% of the proceeds will benefit the Lawrence Arts Center’s Free State Festival, a community event directly impacted by COVID-19, so get ready to be entertained for a good cause!

ABOUT THE FILM:
Mara and Jo, in their twenties, have been close friends since middle school. Jo, the more outgoing figure, is a social worker who runs through a series of brief but intense relationships. Mara, a less splashy personality than Jo, bounces among teacher aide jobs while trying to land a position in elementary education, and writes fiction in her spare time. She too has a transient romantic life, though she seems to settle down after meeting Adam, a mild-mannered software developer. It soon becomes apparent that Jo, despite her intellectual gifts, is unreliable in her professional life, losing and acquiring jobs at a troubling rate. Substance abuse may be responsible for Jo’s instability… but some observers suspect a deeper problem. Over the course of a decade, the more stable Mara sometimes tries to help, sometimes backs away to preserve herself, but never leaves behind her powerful childhood connection with Jo.

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Start:
May 18 @ 8:00 am
End:
May 31 @ 5:00 pm
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