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How the youth heels from loss “One Percent More Humid” Tribeca Film Festival 2017

“One Percent More Humid” tells the story of two childhood friends, Catherine and Iris, that reunite for a humid New England summer, attempting to cope the shared trauma of loss from the past. As
grief and guilt starts to come between the friends, they each look for comfort in forbidden affairs - Catherine to an former crush turned enemy, and Iris to her older, married college advisor.

Writer/Director Liz W. Garcia second directorial feature (debut film was “The lifeguard” starring Kristen Bell) raises her film above solely the silent grief, but all stages and nuances that the coming of age friends share with truthful moments of the characters journey and beautiful landscape in Connecticut. She is the co-founder of WomenScribes, an online mentorship program for emerging female and female-identifying screenwriters.

The film took 14 years to make. Liz W. Garcia grew up in Connecticut, haunted by youth and fatal car accidents she began to write the script on her 25th birthday. At age 39 she directed her first feature, the industry had changed to digital and talks about more diversity and female directors had started to grow.

The cast includes “The Get Down” and "The Americans” recurring star Julia Garner and HBO Series “Vinyl” actress Juno Temple.



“One Percent More Humid“ screens as part of the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival in its US Narrative Competition April 21 – 25 at various venues around New York City. Find more information and tickets of the film – HERE  

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Online Dailies Coverage of the Tribeca Film Festival, April 17-28, 2013

 

The Tribeca Film Festival brings together local, national, and international talent to provide the New York City, downtown community with five days of screenings, educational workshops, and various special events.
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