SATURDAY, AUGUST 27
Meet and Greet
On a stormy night, a 19-year-old boy is stabbed.
Unable to get help, he slides into an overflowing
Balasaraswathi, a traditional Brahmin widow, alone
searches for her son Venu in the storm as even police
could not help her.
The Drive to Sing
When choir singing became dangerous, even deadly, in the era of COVID-19, some musicians turned to "car choirs" in parking lots to keep their music alive. See how it began, spread and gained international attention. Feel how it touched singers and audiences during this time of fear and isolation.
Q and A with Bryce and Kathryn Denney
GROUP OF SHORTS
Above the Horizon 16:21
A lifelong friend sees a friend's cry for help on social media which sends him on a journey to save his life.
Cue the Sun 18:37
A young woman gets a new lease on life with help from an unexpected source.
A Stellar Vacation 4:59
An overworked asteroid seeks to escape from the daily grind of life. Little does he realize, his getaway will have a global impact!
Through the Ages ( dance video) 4:01
"Through The Ages" is a dance video performed as a duet by a male and female dancer. It is a real heartfelt love story, spanning eighty years of life between this couple. Our video was filmed in various locations in and around Central Park in New York City.
Seether (music video) 8:00
The body is a vessel and the vessel is boiling. Toxins are removed when boiling and what is being boiled and removed is toxic masculinity. Seether is a film that explores Jack Halberstam’s The Queer Art of Failure
Come Find Me 12:41
A sensitive five-year-old girl searches for comfort and balance when a tragic event engulfs her family in grief. In a futile search for support, she drifts into a world of fantasy.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 28
This is What New Yorkers Say
THIS IS WHAT NEW YORKERS SAY is a project that aims to give a voice back to the people of New York. In the past year, a lot has happened in politics and decisions were made, supposedly, in the name of the people, but too many New Yorkers felt powerless and that their voice didnʼt matter.
Q and A with Sara Alessandrini
It's Only the End of the World
Facing a distressing personal crisis, a young man descends into a hallucinatory panic
Q and A with Brooks Wieszczek
Follow the Dead
As viral videos seem to evidence the fall of Dublin at the hands of the undead, four Millennials in rural Ireland can’t discern fake news from real. Has a dependent lifestyle left them too naive to weather their fate?
Spirit Rooms of Lily Dale
The Spirit Rooms of Lily Dale is a historical documentary that shows the connection of the woman's rights movement, Spiritualism, and the Spiritualist town of Lily Dale, NY. The movie features scenes based on historical events with the Fox Sisters, Susan B. Anthony, Floy Cotrell, Mae West at seances.
Q and A with Celeste Elliot