Thursday, November 5
Agnes Moorehead is God – 19 minutes
dir. by Tanya Meronk
Picture it.....Christmas Eve 1967, snow gently falling...a cafe'. Gay Lesbian icon Barbara Stanwyck is seated calmly perusing a magazine. Agnes Robertson Moorehead enters, in full 'Endora' mode, & the Sapphic fur starts flying...oh yes!!!! There will be blood....& cocktails.
My Normal – 78 minutes
dir. by Irving Schwartz
Every person in the world has a full range of emotions, fears, desires, dreams and goals. This range is very different from one person to another. Normal is a film about being happy with who you are and not concerned with what other people think about you.
Give the Gift You Hate – 28 Minutes
Dir. By KayLynn Raschke
A look into the mine field of gift giving and the holidays. We follow a diverse group of friends who attend an after Christmas 'White Elephant' gift exchange party. Questions asked before and after reveal attitudes about giving, receiving, and tales of holiday drama.
Schmatta: Rags to Riches to Rags – 75 minutes
Dir. By Marc Levin
Veteran filmmaker Mark Levin looks at the past and present of New York's garment district, from its heyday as a base for immigrant labor and unions to its recent decline
The Cookie Thief – 25 minutes
dir. by Adam Davis
Arguments. Accusations. A relationship on the rocks. When Lynn Margolis decides the best way to deal with her problems is to not deal with them, she heads to the airport to try to escape. If only it were that easy.
Love Hurts – 95 minutes
dir. by Barra Grant
Ben (Richard E. Grant) a successful doctor but an obtuse husband, is finally left by his wife (Carrie Anne Moss). Befuddled by life and romance and obsessed with winning her back, Ben is tutored by his extremely popular 17 year-old son. To his amazement Ben becomes the most desirable single man in town.
Sodom By The Sea – 19 minutes
dir. by Johnny Salvatore
Billy, 60's, is a Coney Island old timer, thinking about selling his historic carousel ride as redevelopment hits the world famous amusement area. He's down on his luck until meeting two young, flirtatious girls who suddenly befriend him. Do these two sexy sirens have ulterior motives?
Freedom – 100 minutes
dir. by Ty Hunter
A chinese woman moves up the street ranks of New York City thru the sale of black market goods and human trafficking. Lady Chong creates an empire before a slew of murders puts police on her tail. But Lady Chong will resort to any tactic to stay out of prison.
Advance Online Tickets will be available for purchase from October 12 through October 26.
After October 26 the ONLY way to purchase tickets will be in person at Tribeca Cinemas beginning one hour prior to the start of each program on a first come first serve basis.
IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED THAT ATTENDEES PURCHASE TICKETS IN ADVANCE ONLINE AS PROGRAMS ARE EXPECTED TO SELL OUT.
To purchase tickets online simply click the “Buy Tickets” icon next the program you wish to attend.
All screenings will take place at Tribeca Cinemas, 54 Varick Street (corner of Canal Street).
Tickets include admission to opening and closing night parties on November 3 and 7 at 10 p.m. in the Tribeca Cinemas Reception Lounge, sponsored by Stella Artois and Bulldog Gin.
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