In his brief remarks before the first public screening of the 2013 Sundance Film Festival, Robert Redford praised the Sundance Institute's ongoing filmmaker development labs as "our core," noting that the festival itself was conceived "to create an audience for the filmmakers in our lab program." That program has now birthed a series of satellite Sundance labs all over the world, including the one in Jordan that was responsible for developing actress-writer-director Cherien Dabis' charts an opposite journey, with American-born May (played by Dabis herself) traveling from New York to Amann to prepare for her impending nuptials.
Lots of pillows and candles, mood lighting and a flirty girlie nightie will send him into overdrive.
GEMINI: You are focused on a major work project but there is nothing like some time between the sheets to relieve stress and take your mind off the 9-5. Send him flirty texts throughout the day reminding him of what he has in store for tonight, then start off your evening with a slow, sexy massage.
And that's about as directly as Dabis engages with the ever-present "conflict" between Israel and its Arab neighbors, preferring instead to focus on the ways ordinary people go about their everyday lives -- shopping, partying, looking for happiness -- no mater the war planes that periodically streak loudly across the sky.
Meanwhile, the first full day of Sundance 2013 might have been subtitled "Sex sells, but who's buying?
as demonstrated at the Dallas International Film Festival this week with a pair of Austin films.
The short film , the latest movie from writer/director Bryan Poyser and co-writers Steven Walters and David De Grow Shotwell.
CANCER: With Jupiter, the planet of good luck, in your sign, your charisma and magnetism are on full display.
New admirers may be popping up out of the woodwork and some playful competitive banter will be a real turn on.
What happens when he goes to a slash panel is something best left to discover for yourself, but it's hysterically funny.