Listed below are the films screening on Thursday, October 26, 2017. To purchase tickets, please visit the link below.

"Pursuit of Beauty" - 4 minutes, 36 seconds - Director AJ Oscarson

A story about plein air artist Lisa Martin and her mission to paint all 58 14,000' peaks in Colorado.

"Shed the Shame"  - 9 minutes, 13 seconds - Director Junie Moon Schreiber

Junie Moon boldly stripped down to her birthday suit and got body painted by the famous Andy Golub for the world to see, sending out an important message...everyone is beautiful no matter what shape or size they are. In her new, honest, inspirational, and powerful film, "Shed the Shame", Junie gets big-time vulnerable, calling attention to the devastating cultural messages that continue to bombard women and girls every day and adds her story of transformation with the final potent message, healing is possible.

Special Screening - "I Know You"  - 8 minutes  - Director Colin Gerrard

Could you push the envelope of cult personality and distortion of media, or rather enfold it? This is a game of confidence. What if you couldn't tell the difference between what was real and what was not? What if you could get away with something and everyone seemingly believed you? Sometimes it doesn't matter who you are, it's who they think you are.

"Halfway House" - 15 minutes - Director Bentley Eldridge

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In a small Pacific Northwest town, citizen Ronald Alabama provides a room for a prisoner out on parole in order to earn much needed cash. The prisoner, Jeff Jacobs, joins the household. Ronald has neglected to explain the situation in advance to his family. They are not amused. Chaos ensues, tempers flare and relationships are strained to the breaking point. Will Ronald be able to resurrect his marriage? Or will this attempted halfway house prove an utter disaster for everyone involved?

Special Screening - "The Right to Live" 1 hour, 22 min - Directors Michele Frantzeskos and Nancy Vazquez -

A powerful and dramatic film that is based around 4 main couples, who have gone through so much turmoil from being abused in their everyday lives. In the search for regaining their own self worth and power, they head to group counseling to speak about what has happened in their lives. It will make you feel as thou you are right there witnessing it. The victims and the abusers want to find a solution to regain their self worth and power to lead a normal life without abuse, because everyone has THE RIGHT TO LIVE.

Special Presentation by Non Profit Organization "Exhale to Inhale" After Right to Live Screening:

Founded by a yogi, supported by the yoga community, and guided by professionals with experience working with domestic violence and sexual assualt survivors, Exhale to Inhale strives to empower women who have experienced intimate partner violence and sexual assault heal and reclaim their lives.

Exhale to Inhale provides weekly yoga classes at domestic violence shelters and community centers throughout New York City, the Hudson Valley, Connecticut, and most recently Los Angeles.

"Lou" - 6 minutes, 28 seconds - Q and A Follows Film - Director Miguel Garzón Martínez

A man concerned with pleasing others has to deal with an unspeakable tragedy while some of his friends pay him an unexpected visit.

"Skin of the Night" - 32 minutes, 8 seconds - Director Alexandre Ubeda

Every night a deaf and dumb man whose incredible agility is exploited in clandestine fights financed by the mafia, wanders without aim in the city. During one of these nights, he crosses path with Lola, another lost lonely soul sort down by her life as a prostitute. Ripped out of his solitude for the first time, he 'll do anything to save her. Within a few hours, their fate will turn upside down.

Special Screening - "Hip Priest" - 27 minutes  - Director Gregg de Domenico

A visceral and emotional exploration of the duality of man and the place for God in a sometimes dismal world. Our protagonist,"Priest", is an honest and enigmatic man, living by a personal code based in compassion and enlightenment. He smokes, he drinks, he puts one foot in front of the other, everyday, day in and day out. The film will follow Priest, for a day in his life, in the neighborhood of East Williamsburg, Brooklyn, where he glides along with a street handshake and dreams to hold tight.

"Follow Your Dreams" - 17 minutes - Directed by Chad McCord

Good-natured Daniel Reese makes his way from small town America to the bright lights of Hollywood. Time to stop clowning around.

"Legit - 15 minutes - Directed by Jordan Elizabeth Gelber


The story of one woman's struggle to be the top executive of the oldest profession in the biggest city. In the city that never sleeps, Kathleen Oakmont is considered the gate-keeper to it's darkest desires. A Madam by trade, she runs the most successful and luxurious brothel in Manhattan. A trusted confidant of her clients, Madam Kat, knows how to run a good business. She's ruthless, loyal, and is the keeper of many secrets for her high ranking clientele. It's not until an upcoming election to make prostitution legal, stirs up Kathleen's structure, that makes her worry for her security. Times are changing and everyone is coming out of the woodwork for this new idea, including Kathleen's rival, Georgie Dean, who threatens to turn her business into a meat factory.  Luckily, Madam Kat's top client, Congressman Brian Figarello, is here to provide the inside tips and deep pockets. All the characters come out to play, sides are swapped, and needs are satiated, as the underbelly of New York is shown to be it's strongest asset in this dark comedy.

"Ties that Bind" - 15 minutes - Director Shawnna Wardlaw

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Ties that Bind" is a high speed witty, dramedy connecting ties of a solidarity of friends to one another in its rawest progressive pedigree of kinship.

"American Splenda" - 11 minutes, 22 seconds - Director Eric Hackler

A group of bumbling robbers target the classic nuclear family.

Artistic Shorts Block

$ 5.00 USD

Screening of "Pursuit of Beauty", "Shed the Shame", "I Know You", and "Halfway House"


Screening of "The Right to Live"

$ 5.00 USD


Dramatic Short Block

$ 5.00 USD

Screening of "Lou", 'Skin of the Night", "Hip Priest", and "Follow Your Dreams".


Industry Panel - Actors

$ 5.00 USD

Actors: Usage of Patience, Persistence and Passion to Solidify Roles


Dramatic Comedy Short Block

$ 5.00 USD

Screening of "Legit", "Ties that Bind", and "American Splenda".


General Admission for Musical Performance

$ 5.00 USD


Day Pass - October 26, 2017

$ 15.00 USD