Coney Island Film Festival 2016 - Program 4 - Shorts

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Coney Island Film Festival 2016 - Program 4 - Shorts

Dates: 
Saturday, September 17, 2016 - 4:00pm

Pre-sale has ended. Tickets are available at the box office, cash or credit (1208 Surf Avenue ) during the festival, Friday 9/16 (6:30pm-11pm), Saturday 9/17 (12:00pm - 4:00pm). All ticket sales are final, no refunds and pre-sales are Will Call only (tickets will not ship), to be picked up at our Box Office at 1208 Surf Ave., during the festival. 

Regulars
Directed by Jaclyn Gramigna, Brooklyn, NY, 8:00, Brooklyn Premiere!
Two estranged friends run into each other at an old haunt and bond over their mutual misery.

Be Good
Directed by Grace Rex, Brooklyn, NY, 11:27, World Premiere!
The arrival of a stray dog in a couple's apartment stirs up dormant romance and exposes the breadth of their fractured relationship.

New Year's Eve @ Sunny's
Directed by Bob Giraldi, NY, NY, 16:41, World Premiere!
New Year's Eve @ Sunny's' tells the true story of a young man returning from the Vietnam War on the eve of 1973, on the brink of suicide-- only to be saved by a connection with a young woman he meets that New Year's Eve night.

Strangers
Directed by Jessica Thoubboron, NY, NY,  13:48
In a city full of people who habitually avoid each other, two strangers connect and then must make a choice about whether to keep up the lies they tell themselves or to be vulnerable enough to admit defeat and surrender. The strangers challenge each other as they enter a bubble of intimacy that draws them closer than they ever could have anticipated. Set in a dream-like atmosphere with a lush original soundtrack, "Strangers" unfolds a chance encounter that offers audiences a glimpse into their own fantasies about the desire to be loved and understood.

Hello
Directed by Christina Raia, Woodside, NY, 7:36, New York City Premiere!
A lonely soul attempts to make a connection with a visiting stranger, but her intentions don't quite match his interpretations.

Caitlin Among the Beasts
Directed by Adam Bertocci, Bronxville, NY, 11:11
A comedy about finding grace and other things that get away. Irresponsible millennial Caitlin's got an easy gig hamster-sitting for her nieces at her sister's cushy suburban pad. Everything goes all right… at first.

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