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Film Fest Screening Friday Spotlight Films


The Oxford Film Festival began yesterday and continues through February 9. An 8 p.m. special screening tonight at the Oxford Malco Commons will include a regional premiere of TSA America: Level Orange, the new short film by Supernatural star Misha Collins, before the feature Someone Marry Barry.
TSA America: Level Orange is a comedic short that demonstrates just how far the Transportation Security Authority (TSA) will go to achieve its objectives when confronted with a passenger that does not want his personal space invaded.
The comedic feature film is Someone Marry Barry, written and directed by Rob Pearlstein and starring Tyler Labine, Damon Wayans, Lucy Punch and Hayes McArthur.
The film is presented by FilmBuff.
Synopsis: He’s loyal. Generous. Big-hearted. And completely inappropriate. Meet Barry Burke. Honest to a fault, he has no filter. No boundaries. He says and does things other people only think. And he is about to meet his match. Literally. Her name is Mel Miller. Blonde and petite, partial to pretty dresses, she’s practically angelic – that is, until she opens her mouth. She and Barry are, to put it mildly, social wrecking balls. And their friends are not too happy about their romance.
A trailer of the film can be seen at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJ7_jAVlxNU.
— Tad Wilkes, tad.wilkes@hottytoddy.com

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