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Coney Island Film Festival 2020 on xerb.tv - Program 12 - Doc Shorts & Fill The Frame Doc Feature

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Coney Island Film Festival 2020 on xerb.tv - Program 12 - Doc Shorts & Fill The Frame Doc Feature

Tuesday, September 22, 7pm ET until Friday, October 2, 7pm ET

All ticket sales are final, no refunds.  View at any time on Xerb TV from Tuesday, September 22, 7pm ET, until Friday, October 2, 7pm ET. 

Live Zoom Q+A with the filmmakers on Tuesday, September 29th at 7pm, ET. An email to register will be sent to all ticket and pass holders. Limited capacity, first come, first served. A Q+A replay will be added to the end of this program, within 24 hours.

Get an all access festival pass (watch all 14 programs, or as many as you choose, 24 hours a day until October 2nd at 7pm) for only $25 here.


Geronimo: Circus Trash Monster
8:21, Colleen Brady (Director), Angel Fajardo (Producer), Ben Carolan (Director of Photography)

After moving to Kensington, Philadelphia, Regina uses her aerialist skills to beautify her neighborhood and bring together her community.


From Page To Stage ... Michele Carlo and Fish Out Of Agua
9:16, Domenico Travano (Director), Larry Desgaines (Director of Photography), Michele Carlo (Writer)

Nuyorican artist Michele Carlo (a.k.a. Carmen Mofongo) on her journey from a top-floor tenement walkup in The Bronx to becoming an author, storyteller and solo performer.


Miss You
10:15, Ellie Lobovits (Director)

My mother Lisa has been saving her favorite answering machine messages for a decade. I record her recording others, so that neither of us will forget. Layering 16mm family home movies with archival home movies from strangers, this film asks: What happens if we don't let go of the past? What does it mean to remember? And, is Gertrude Stein right, that when we return to places of the past, “There is no there there”?


Fill The Frame
1:01:55, Tim Huynh (Director/Producer/Editor), Jessica Gallegos (Director of Photography)

"Fill The Frame", directed by Tim Huynh, follows eight contemporary New York street photographers and why the art inspires them.

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