Friday, November 6
Tiger Tights Army – 4 minutes
dir. by Paola Suhonen
Experimental fashion musical about the eighties legendary love punk movement leader, who was known for wearing a hot pair of tiger tights. He mysteriously disappeared while shopping in New York, and the only thing this pop icon left behind was a pair of these cult tights. And a group of cult leaders and lovers still missing him.
Tango Noir – 6 minutes
dir. by Pamela Timmins and Peter Leitch
A surrealistic view of the nocturnal doings and goings on under the Brooklyn Bridge and in the surrounding areas of lower Manhattan with original music by Peter Leitch.
Synesthesia 4 (The Crash Cycle) – 4 minutes
dir. by Alex Sclar
Sugarplum fairy comes for everybody. The fear is everywhere, what is missed? What remains uncovered? When will it end?
Patriot – 4 minutes
dir. by Charles Woodard
A film that explores my relationship with America through my family
Street Eats – 2 minutes
dir. by Linda Moroney
STREET EATS is a short film collage of New York City’s many street food vendors
Thomas Comma – 24 minutes
dir. by Ken Kimmelman
Thomas Comma, based on the the story 'The Comma That Didn't Belong Anywhere,' by the poet Martha Baird, is the charming, humorous, sophisticated and wonderful adventure of a lonely comma looking for the right sentence.
Touch – 4 minutes
dir. by Gary Mirabelle
From our minds comes imagination which brings ideas and creativity. As artists we try to create with as much purity as possible. We then send our creation into the world,a sometimes hostile world. Hopefully what we have brought forth can bring understanding and a little joy into the world.
Shadowboxing – 5 minutes
dir. by Matthew K
A group of shadow puppets must defend their puppeteer's house against a bumbling thief.
Articles of War – 12 minutes
dir. by Daniel Kanemoto
A young American pilot fighting in 1944 writes what may be the final letter of his life, bearing his soul to the man who inspired him to enlist… his father, a stoic veteran of World War I.
The Wonder Pets: “Help The Monster” – 14 minutes
dir. by Jennifer Oxley
The Wonder Pets get a call from an unhappy Baby Monster who is throwing a tantrum and knocking over buildings in her toy city! The team helps the monster clam down by advising her to take a deep breath and count to three. When the Baby Monster is all settled down, the Wonder Pets get to work helping her rebuild the city.
3rd and Bird: “A Very Squooky Christmas” – 19 minutes
dir. by Jennifer Oxley and Billy Lopez
It’s Christmas Eve on 3rd and Bird and Samuel, Rudy and Muffin find a scared baby mouse in the tree. All he can say is “squook”, and the kids affectionately name him Squooky. Samuel decides it’s up to him and the community to find Squooky’s parents and reunite the family of mice in time for Christmas morning.
A Sicilian Tale – 60 minutes
Dir. by Frank Lisi
FROM SICILY TO NEW YORK.....VENDETTA'S NEVER DIE
Dead in the Water – 14 minutes
Dir. by Marco Aguilar
Traveling on a river can be dangerous, especially a river full of ZOMBIES!
Mirror Image – 8 minutes
dir. by Andrew Henriques
A married woman has a psychotic break and creates an alter ego of herself to help deal with her possessive, abusive husband.
Puzzled – 6 minutes
dir. by Michael Heck
When puzzle enthusiast Heath runs out of pieces, he takes to the streets to find them.
Alienated – 21 minutes
dir. by Paul Borghese
Alienated, starring Vincent Pastore (The Sopranos) and Louis Vanaria (A Bronx Tale) is a short film about a hit man (Pastore) and his fear of extraterrestrial entities interfering in his personal life. Alienated was selected from Pavaline Studios short script competition and the winning writers (Charles Disney and Lee Barron) were flown to New York to participate in the production of the shoot. The film was directed by Paul Borghese.
P.I. – 3 minutes
dir. by Eric Szyszka
An aging private investigator sits on a park bench staking out a woman accused of infidelity but as it turns out, the case itself might be all within his own imagination.
The Beneficiary – 18 minutes
dir. by Theodore Melfi
Three lives are tragically altered when an ordinary event ignites a chain reaction of paranoia and murder.
Exhibit A – 73 minutes
dir. by Brian Berg
A search begins for a person who may have been kidnapped. Clues continue to surface until the very end, when events may not have happened as they appeared.
Cardinal Sins – 14 minutes
Dir. by David Graziani and Ade Richardson
A Grandmother who's a fierce animal rights activist goes mad trying to stop a cardinal bird from peking at her bedroom window; morning, noon and night.
Tinted Windows – 12 minutes
dir. by Adam DeKraker
Charlie's night takes a dangerous turn when a stranger insists on getting inside his car.
The Fairy Princess – 15 minutes
dir. by Stephen Lyman
In a quiet suburban community on Halloween night, a seemingly friendly neighbor grabs a little girl dressed on as a fairy, but who tricked who?
The Haunted Spirit – 9 minutes
dir. by Sophia Robbins
What is a girl to do when her friends and neighbors say her boy friend is no good, but she continues to believe in him and tries to make her relationship work? Julia, with the help of a statue of the Egyptian God Anubis, finds a solution for Jordan.
The House – 15 minutes
dir. by Miguel Parga
A group of kids encounters the supernatural when they enter a haunted house.
Roaming – 12 minutes
dir. by Zach Katagiri
A cell phone with his hand is stuck to Jeff's ear. After frantic attempts to
loosen it fail, a mysterious 'Voice' comes on the line. Then, Jeff and the
'Voice' team up seeking a resolution while moving to a quieter place and
spirit in an urban setting.
Without – 25 minutes
Dir. By Gregory Tuzin and Brent Bishop
What happens when you meet the man who's carrying a piece of your soul?
The Web – 28 minutes
dir. by Rich D’Elia
Dawn is a typical teenage girl, pretty, popular, active and anxious to grow up. When Don Wilk contacts her online he seems to not only share all of her interests but also to understand her in a way that no one else does. What Dawn doesn't know is that the man on the other side of their IMs and text messages isn't at all what he says he is, and she's his next victim.
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