TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 3
The Wheel Goes Round – 8 minutes
dir. by Guy Shar
With the economic crisis looming, a just-laid-off businessman stumbles into a magical pottery studio that inspires him to unleash his creativity and mold the life he's imagined.
Sweetie – 12 minutes
dir. by Corydon Wagner
One dad fervently prepares and documents his daughter's first softball season
Winter – 19 minutes
dir. By Daniel Seeley
The earth has died, and a child will learn what it takes for her father to provide for his family in a world without rules.
The Roofer – 17 minutes
dir. By Evan Buxbaum
A reformed ex-thief is drawn back into action when his long lost daughter shows up at his front door.
Masculinity – 12 minutes
dir. by Mark Cabaroy
Masculinity is a story about insecurity and assumed identity. Two friends, Danny and Jason, try to embrace their identities while confronting the stereotypes that define them. Danny attempts to alter his effeminate ways and man up, while Jason channels his inner thug and poses as a drug dealer.
Charlie Thistle – 15 minutes
dir. by Bragi Schut Jr
Charlie Thistle dreams of a better world, a world in color, a world in which trees grow indoors and sidewalks are made of grass. Alas, Charlie works at the Department of Normality, where change is frowned upon. But there comes a time when every man must stand up for what he believes... and that day is coming for Charlie Thistle!
Obvious Child – 23 minutes
dir. by Gillian Robespierre
A romantic comedy about an unplanned pregnancy, an abortion, and a great first date in an unlikely location
Karma Cats “The Chintamani Stone” – 8 minutes
dir. by Don DiNicola
Two intrepid adventurers are lead by a mysterious disappearing cat on an interdimensional journey through time and space. 'Sight, touch, sound, taste, smell ... is that all we are?'
Brooklyn Force – 13 minutes
dir. by Adam Bertocci
A look at the gentrification of Williamsburg through the eyes of disillusioned Star Wars fans
Gate of Heaven – 16 minutes
dir. by Ryan Brown
A man claims to be the last human being on earth.
Mary May’s Suicide – 8 minutes
dir. by John Fink
Mary contemplates leaving her husband after a set of roadblocks complicate her marriage and start to slowly kill her.
The Ocean’s Lover – 15 minutes
dir. by Giorgio Caridi
Sorting through her mother's things, Lindsey finds a drawing she had made as a child of a story her mother used to tell her—the story of a young girl, known in her village as the ocean's lover, for it brought her flowers on its waves. The discovery of this drawing sends Lindsey and her grandmother Adelaide on a journey through space and time, back to the place where Adelaide was born. There, in the small fishermen's town, the true story of the ocean's lover unfolds…
Against the Current – 95 minutes
dir. by Peter Callahan
Cast: Joseph Fiennes, Justin Kirk, Elizabeth Reaser, Mary Tyler Moore
Struggling with a tragic past, a man with an urgent calling enlists two friends to help him swim the length of the Hudson River
Inside Looking Out – 9 minutes
dir. by Nick Simone
Asperger's Syndrome is one of the fastest growing forms of autism which now affects 1 out of every 150 people. INSIDE LOOKING OUT is a fascinating study of how this disorder affects the lives of three people learning to live with and beyond this condition.
Earth Celebrations Hudson River Pageant – 9 minutes
dir. by Karen Brücker, Fredrick Lassenius
Earth Celebrations Hudson River Pageant
- an ecological New York story
Short documentary about the ecological parade and performance art event, the Hudson River Pageant, that took place in New York City in May 2009.
Looking for the Shot – 27 minutes
dir. by Patrick McCarthy
The hectic, rewarding and unusual life of a member of the working press in New York City. Behind-the-scenes footage of the inner workings inside sporting events, press conferences and private interviews with people in the news taken by a photojournalist who narrates what is being seen by the viewer. What normally is restricted to only members of the press is revealed to the viewer in this 26 minute documentary which takes place in New York City and beyond.
Dressed – 75 minutes
dir. by David Swajeski
DRESSED is the inspiring story of designer, Nary Manivong, who defied the odds of a broken childhood and homelessness, to follow his dream of showing his collection at New York's Fashion Week and launching his brand. The film is set against the backdrop of New York's fashion industry with commentary from industry professionals, designers and celebrity's about 'what it takes' to make it in the highly competitive world of fashion.
Home is Where You Find It – 27 minutes
dir. by Alcides Soares
A sixteen year old AIDS orphan directs a documentary about finding a new family is Maputo, Mozambique
Change of Living – 18 minutes
dir. by Josh Kletzkin
After 20 years of living together in NYC's Greenwich Village, Bart and Ted are being pushed out of their charming brownstone to make way for a 'family' who plans to gut the place and move in. Set during the height of the nation's housing bubble, 'Change of Living' examines the life of a couple caught at its margins, and the homogenization of one of the landmark neighborhoods of LGBT history and culture.
On The Street – 75 minutes
dir. by John Spellos
In 1980, the Village Voice hired Amy Arbus to photograph the people of New York City for a section of the paper called On the Street. The new documentary, 'On the Street', explores the impact of those photographs throughout the 80’s and checks in with some of the people photographed to see where they are today.
Advance Online Tickets will be available for purchase from October 12 through October 26.
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