It just adds that extra layer of whimsical delight.
Meghann’s unique approach to filmmaking is evident in her 2014 short film ‘Speed Dating‘.
From its overwhelmingly beige visual palette to a script with no clue how to connect cause to effect, the movie is as clumsy as its heroes' badly explained scheme to get laid by running a Speed Dating night at a nightclub they own. Producers: Mekita Faiye, La Monde Byrd Executive producers: Faye Banyard, David Woessner, Mikhael J.
The two central ladykillers will, of course, meet women who tame them but only after a parade of misogynist and homophobic cliches that are interrupted by bizarre subplots whose cluelessness about mental illness and homelessness will give offense on those fronts as well.
No contact information is exchanged on the spot, but if there is chemistry, both people are notified by mail and take it from there.
According to Loring, senior speed dating is on the rise; he first came across an event in Florida, where it’s a popular activity among retirees.
Speed dating is a structured event that gathers singles in a central location – the Rochester event was held at a local restaurant – and pairs them with one another in quick, five minute mini-dates, until everyone has had a chance to chat.
And the entry from Seville, Spain ended up not only winning the second-place trophy as evaluated by a panel of judges, but it also won the People's Choice Award, based on votes by each of the several hundred people in the audience at Hemmens Cultural Center.But the judges gave their top award to a film made in Chicago through De Paul University's Project Bluelight, named "Speed Dating." Director Meghann Artes said it was inspired by how she tried to find a mate via speed dating before she married her husband. Right, the movie's sweet but plain heroine ends up confronting a hilariously undesirable cavalcade of "loser" men, ranging from one who looks like an insane serial killer to guys who obviously care only about sports or booze.She finally meets a man with a beard — a very unusual beard.Through this adventure, Ava realises that being single isn’t so bad after all (we can all relate, right?! We spoke to Meghann about her filmmaking career, ‘Speed Dating’, and asked what she has in store for us next. Going to the video store to pick out a new movie was one of my favourite things to do as a kid.Then when I was about ten years old, my father won a video camera in a raffle and had no use for it, but I sure did.