"A Family Finds Entertainment" is a digital folktale about the death and subsequent rebirth of a suicidal teenager named Skippy. An ensemble cast of family and friends contribute outrageously costumed characters. In a decidedly modern art face almost every frame has undergone heavy computer function reflection and raw video digital manipulations. Dialogue is delivered in both horrendously fake accents and electronically processed attitudes. Images go places and then return, (REALLY). From within this REM Sleep-like cloud a loose plot is knit together. Overwhelmed with guilt surrounding his Queer identity, Skippy contemplates suicide until a message in a seashell is delivered telling him, 'Skippy, don't do it.' Recently saved, Skippy leaves home and meets filmmaker Zoey Spelling but moments after their meeting; Skippy is hit by a car. Spelling enlists the help of four young 'experimental' hipsters (Shin, Phalangena, Ed, and Linda) who she has been documenting. Their egocentric, performative-identities compassion mock a sincerely two-face culture, while indulging in a highly sophisticated yet knowingly naive outlook on language, history, love, and friendship. Characters often feel like they are talking to the audience directly as they pose and perform their over considered yet seemingly spontaneous choice of talk. Constantly feeling like an inside joke, the audience becomes an integral part of the film. The characters' theatricalities are a freak-out-time-table- puzzle of dimensions and double-meaning, creating a youthful mess of a hyper mediated counter-culture...plus+youknow? Endless layers, reconstructions, and misplacements of social norms/stereotypes make this, video movie art event queer a place to discover.