Greenpointer Jay Hontsetter writes for a new blog called Bedford & Bowery:

“Sarah Jacobson was an independent filmmaker who believed wholeheartedly in feminism and punk rock, and fully embraced a DIY method of filmmaking. Before cancer cut her life short at age 32, she made some of the most influential underground films of the ’90s, including “I Was a Teenage Serial Killer,” ”Road Movie (Or What I Learned In a Buick Station Wagon),” and a feature film, “Mary Jane’s Not a Virgin Anymore.”

This Sunday, all three films will be screened at Spectacle Theater in Williamsburg.”

More film picks by Jay on Bedford & Bowery

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