Coney Island Film Festival 2018 - Program 7 - Music Video & Experimental Film

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Coney Island Film Festival 2018 - Program 7 - Music Video & Experimental Film

Dates: 
Saturday, September 15, 2018 - 7:00pm

Pre-Sale has ended. Tickets are available, (cash or credit) Friday 9/14 (6:30pm-10:30pm) and Saturday, 9/15 (12:30pm-7pm) at our box office at 1208 Surf Avenue.

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. Please Note: The Coney Island Museum is located on the 2nd floor and is not wheelchair accessible. 


Don't You Spit On My Pussy
Directed by Katy Berry, Brooklyn, NY, 3:38, Music Video, This video contains adult themes.

What happens when you mix internet porn with a lack of honest conversations about sex? Brooklyn based comedian Katy Berry (aka Pussy B. Furious) breaks down her experience banging porn-educated millennials in Don't You Spit On My Pussy.


The Emoji Song
Directed by Adam Volerich, NY, 3:27, Music Video, Brooklyn Premiere!

Is the modern man overdoing it with the emojis?  Actor/singer/songwriter Ben Rauch would argue a definitive YES!  “THE EMOJI SONG," is a cautionary, comedic music video exploring the dangers of today's relationships that can be both created and destroyed over the phone.  Rauch reminds us that emoji's have their place in a budding romance - but when they take over the entire relationship - you're bound to end up, as he did - stuck single with nothing to show for it but a sad face (not unlike the tearful emoji that ubiquitously signals our pain over text.) Whether the audience is a woman who's previously cut a relationship short over emoji overdose, or a man who recognizes his over-reliance on the expressive creatures that live in his phone -- "The Emoji Song" is truly a music video that anyone who has a smartphone can relate to!


Oso Oso - Reindeer Games
Directed by Mike Suchmann, Matt Lamourt, NY, 3:55, Music Video, World Premiere!

In "Reindeer Games," we visit the idyllic beach-side town of Yunahon, where it's beautifully otherworldly inhabitants enjoy another day of surf, sun and sand.


Key Largo
Co-Directed by Talia Alberts and Russell Yaffe, Brooklyn, NY, 4:06, Music Video, World Premiere!

Official music video for Baby Dayliner's recently released lead single, "Key Largo," off of his Key Largo EP (Brassland).


ODE TO THE SINGING BUTLER
Co-Directed by Maddy Apple, Jake Weinstein, Astoria, NY, 6:06, Short, Music Video

ODE TO THE SINGING BUTLER brings to life the characters of Jack Vettriano's iconic painting, "The Singing Butler.” Told completely through movement and dance, the film explores the moments before the man and woman find themselves waltzing on the beach. With an original score by Jake Weinstein, the story follows the characters as they prepare for a picnic that will forever change their lives. This exploration inspires the audience to imagine life’s possibilities beyond one singular moment.


DUMB DUMB
Directed by Zoe Map, Brooklyn, NY, 3:35, Music Video

"Dumb Dumb" is a vintage futuristic experience, a boom-bap anthem that features an all female cast of dancers  to Cipherella's thought provoking lyrics; to denigrate celebrity gossip and the general public's interest in trivial subject matter.  From the moment Cipherella presses play on her ghetto blaster stereo, viewers become enthralled by the 90's hip imagery. She and her crew begin marching through a parking lot styled in matching denim outfits. Her opening rhyme, “true story everything I say you type. World of collision, catch my vision, hop my flight” alerts fans of the hip-hop cosmos she intends to take viewers on in “Dumb Dumb.”


ALEX - Youth (ft. Rachel McAlpine) Official Video
Directed by Seth Lopez, Brooklyn, NY, 3:40, Music Video, New York City Premiere!

The ALEX Youth video is an ode to midnight urban landscapes. Oddly quiet, empty streets bathed in neon.


Closer
Directed by Luke Slattery, 3:18, Music Video

A literal interpretation of an artist reinventing herself, this narrative music video explores the darker side of crafting a new identity.


"Irritation" Music Video
Directed by Heidi Kikel, NY, 3:44, Music Video

Produced by Schnitzel Studios and directed by Heidi Kikel, "Irritation" is Despyre's single off their debut album released in October 2017.  They are a NY metal band based out of Long Island/NYC.  The video was shot in and around the NY tri-state area.


Gods of Fire - Werewolf of Brooklyn
Directed by Michael Hall, USA, 7:45, Music Video, New York City Premiere!

Beware when riding the F train at night! You might befall victim to The Gods of Fire - Werewolf of Brooklyn! Another song From Gods Of Fire's new Album Terrifying Tales For Terrible Children.


Collapsing
Directed by Brian Ratigan, USA, 0:58, Experimental, New York City Premiere!

An exquisite corpse about the end of the world, made with found 8mm footage.


No Man's Land
Co-Directed by Karen Loew, Andrew Guidone, NY, NY, 4:33, Experimental

A solo dancer explores an unusual urban beach, on the brink of change, in the East River of New York City. Her intimate journey in this unique natural/industrial cosystem, amid the vastness of New York City, expresses city-dwellers’ yearnings for nature and freedom.


Imagine
Directed by Peter Meng, Tinton Falls, NJ, 5:15, Experimental, Brooklyn Premiere!

Inspired by John Lennon's Imagine, this experimental film evokes a vision and hope for a world without strife, war and conflict. All things Central Park are used in this visual narrative, including help from an Angel.


The Strapless Brain
Directed by Anthony Sylvester, Los Angeles, CA, 5:34, Experimental, Brooklyn Premiere!

The Strapless Brain is a surreal satire of a world where reality is in the eye of the beholder. A lonely man, his talking rubber ducky and a DIY lobotomy come together to weave a cautionary tale about the dangers of outsourcing your own perspective.


Say No to Drift Walking
Directed by Michael Pizzano, NY, NY, 1:00, Experimental, Brooklyn Premiere!

A young man encounters a drift walker on the way to work.


Allen Anders - Live at the Comedy Castle (Circa 1987)
Directed by Laura Moss, NY, 7:00, Experimental

Found footage from comedian Allen Anders famed 1987 performance at New York City's Comedy Castle.

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