The Little House That Could - Film Screening and After Party

NOTE: Doors are at 7pm with the first short film being shown at 8pm. After-Party will begin around 10pm immediately following the feature screening. Reduced drink prices and complimentary snacks available until midnight. Join LA-based Toronto-born filmmaker/DJ Mars Roberge as TX Productions presents an intimate screening of his acclaimed documentary film, "THE LITTLE HOUSE THAT COULD". The film takes a behind-the-scenes look at the life of Emmy Award-winning stylist Patricia Field, and her motley crew of personalities. Prior to her Sex and the City fame she spent several decades saving lives and giving hope to lost outsiders who society frowned upon--transsexuals, club kids, drag queens, gay teenagers, butch-dykes-people who needed to escape from their hometowns because they were never understood. This is the story of a close-knit unconventional family in New York City--the House of Field--who have single-handedly changed music and fashion for the world several times over. Their story is one of courage, hope and dreams. This screening is going to feature a brand new improved sound mix never heard before, improved colour-correction, and rare still photos by Tina Paul. Cameos by Amanda Lepore, Codie Ravioli, Armen Ra, and Patricia Field. Watch the trailer - We're also screening two short films. Cassandra Cronenberg's short film "CANDY", direct from the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival. Touching on love, sex, money, and art, Cassandra Cronenberg directs this formally daring inventory of human transactions, which tracks a young woman’s journey through an intoxicating sleepless night. Also don't miss "LIFE'S A DRAG", directed by Jaene Castrillon, and featuring Toronto's luscious lovelies Judy Virago, Nancy Bocock, and IGBY Lizzard from the House of Filth. There will also be a one night exhibition of art, featuring Mayra Majano and Karen Klucowicz (bio below) THE LITTLE HOUSE THAT COULD - what Toronto press are saying CANDY - Cassandra chats about making her first film ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- One Night Only - Welcome Mars back to to the T-Dot. Friday March 7th - Doors 8PM @ Riva Super Lounge - 584 College Street West, Toronto - 416 588 7377 - Full dinner menu available $4 Domestic beer and rail shots until midnight Complimentary popcorn and fries Tickets $10 available at the door only and includes after party. Email for TXP reduced guest list and drink specials during the screening only. AFTER PARTY Stick around after the film screening as Die J! Mars celebrates over 20 years of DJ'ing, alongside DJ Takeover with Gio and Alex, DJ's Mr.P and Vito Lucente, with Fabio Palermo from the Box of Kittens collective. Surprise performances throughout the evening. Biographies Born in Scarborough, Ontario Mars Roberge graduated in 1995 with a Film Production B.F.A. from York University where he studied filmmaking under Ron Mann. He has shot several music videos and award-winning short films/documentaries which include “Femme Plastique” (winner of Best Humorous Film at the International Canadian Annual Short Film and Video Festival 1992), “Canada on the Fringe” (finalist at 1993 New York Film Expo) and “Life on Mars” (On The Fly Film Festival 1998). In 2013, Mars completed his first feature documentary about Patricia Field’s House of Field and is currently submitting to all the major international film festivals. In making this movie, Roberge became part of that family, returning to his homeland over a decade later with an uplifting story to tell of the little house that could. Made solely with the help of his friend, Bob Lesser *the one-man crew* and a couple friends here and there from 2006-2013. He has also just written a script for a dramatic feature he plans to shoot in Toronto in 2015. Mars currently lives in Los Angeles and works full-time for Nomad Editing Company. He's also been in several bands, and continues to DJ 22 years after first hitting the decks. Cassandra Cronenberg was born in Toronto, and attended McGill University for East Asian studies and York University for psychology. Candy (13) is her directorial debut - Mayra Majano is a mixed media artist currently residing in Toronto. She holds BFA from OCAD U and also studied Art at Durham College where she was the recipient of the Faculty Award and the Award of Excellence Top 3 GPA. She has exhibited her work in the Durham Region and Toronto. Artist and Designer Karen Klucowicz is passionate about creating sensual spaces, whether that be within commercial environments, outdoor entertaining, or the more intimate confines of a personal residence. A love for fine art is always at the surface of her work, whether that be sketching, painting, or designing. Her design work can be found at