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Offiical 2019 Festival Program

Wednesday June 26th

The Wythe Hotel

111 N 12th St, Brooklyn, NY 11249

7:30 - 10:00pm

complimentary beverages & snacks

through the generosity of Richard Hooban

Louie's Brother Peter

Dir. by Steven Carmona
(17m, U S A) 

The whole neighborhood knows Peter as Louie's little brother but the tables turn when Peter takes on Louie's drug delivery route.

Lost Springs

Dir. by Paul Daley
(4m, U S A) 

A century passed and still haunted by the childhood memory of a brother and his terrible and brutal end.

Smoke & Mirrors

Dir. by Jonathan Burnett

(17m, U S A) 

Two old friends buy into a worm farming scheme and con others to achieve their aspirations. But, when they were duped out of their money the two friends turn on each other and must regain what’s important their friendship.

Mr. Stockdale

Dir. by Kirk Larsen
(11m, U S A) 

A romantic comedy about a receptionist who falls in love with his boss’s patient, a clown. 

Wisdom 2:24

Dir. by William DeSena
(4m,  U S A) 

A young french filmmaker is devoured by envy, lust and narcissism while working at New York Fashion Week.  He loses all sense of self-identity as he starts to transform into something he believes the world desires.

Sides of a Horn

Dir. by Toby Wosskow
(17m, South Africa) 

From executive producer Sir Richard Branson, Sides of a Horn is the first film to tell the story of South Africa's poaching war from both sides of the fence. Based on actual events, and filmed in the townships and game reserves most directly impacted by wildlife crime, this dramatic short film paints an unbiased portrait of a modern war that is tearing apart communities and driving a pre-historic species to the verge of extinction.

See Beyond

Dir. by George Dorobantu
(1m, Romania)

A short urban visual poem, witnessed in Bucharest, the capital city of Romania. Beyond the dense gliding walls of human traffic, right under the surface of eye-level communication magma, an old soul awaits.


Dir. by Guy Nattiv
(20m, USA) 

A small supermarket in a blue collar town, a black man smiles at a 10 year old white boy across the checkout aisle. This innocuous moment sends two gangs into a ruthless war that ends with a shocking backlash.

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