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Coney Island Film Festival 2021 - Program 11 - Animation

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Coney Island Film Festival 2021 - Program 11 - Animation

Sunday, September 19, 2021 - 1:00pm

All attendees must show proof of COVID-19 vaccination and wear masks.

Online sales have ended. Tickets are available at our Box Office for $8, cash or credit.

This Program contains Adult Material.

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 Touch Your Face
Directed by Leah Shore, NY, 1:06

Don't Touch Your Face!! A Public Service Announcement. Song by The Lunachicks' Gina Volpe

Barking Orders
Directed by Alex Tullo, Towaco, NJ, 2:15, New York City Premiere

When the entire British Royal family tragically dies, the Queen’s corgi finds himself next in line for the throne and in the seat of power.

First Class Ticket
Directed by Mike Schneberg, NY, 2:44

An alien robot escapes the monotony on its home planet, only to be sucked back into it again on another.

Directed by Jon Frier, NY, 2:53

An amateur scientist concocts a concoction and ends up with some unexpected results.

Directed by Rich Ragsdale, Venice, CA, 2:00

Social Media in the age of zombies.

Directed by Joseph Weidlein, Staten Island, NY, 3:36

“Inferno” is a surreal experimental experience that takes the viewer alongside a street thief and his descent to hell, where he learns his actions have larger consequences than anticipated.

Directed by Steven Lapcevic, Oh, 4:24, New York City Premiere

Time and Recollection Officer D51 patrols his route for irregular memories. Meanwhile, a disillusioned citizen demands egress from his station and is quickly punished for his disobedience.

Mad Alice
Directed by Michael Guillen, Bronx, NY, 4:16, World Premiere

A stop-motion animated fantasy/revenge/slasher inspired by the works of Lewis Carroll.

Bobby Pinwheel
Directed by Rob Kleinschmidt, Brooklyn, NY, 2:59, New York City Premiere

Birthday boy Reginald has a special visitor! The mime, mimic and maniac Bobby Pinwheel!

The Mares Of Reckless Abandon
Directed by Sergey Aniskov, NY, 6:10

This animation is loosely based on legendary Russian songwriter Boris Grebenshchikov’s song "Mares Of Reckless Abandon" and visually inspired by Russian folk art and Slavic runic symbols. This surreal short tells the story of one man's posthumous journey through the dreamlike memories of his life after a bump in the road changes his course.

Our Bed Is Green
Directed by Maggie Brennan, Ridgewood, NY, 7:11

Grappling with a disorienting world and an intense fixation, Cecily finds herself visiting Realm--a virtual reality facility that allows clientele to create virtual facsimiles of real-life places and people.

The Adventures of Theo’s Star
Directed by Matthieu Silberstein, Montclair, NJ, 8:43, Brooklyn Premiere

To fulfill his destiny, a young star travels the Solar System to help a little boy cope with a childhood tragedy.

Katz of NY
Directed by Pablo A Jimenez, NY, 7:00

Taking place in NYC where everyone is an anthropomorphic animal, two down on their luck cats, Matt and John, go to the bar, Katz, for beer that they get for free. They lament how they lost their jobs again, and then get an opportunity to work in a questionable rock venue as bouncers in a very dangerous neighborhood.

Hey Poopy Podcast Cartoons
Directed by Matt Holtzclaw, NY, 19:21, New York City Premiere

Hey Poopy is a NYC based podcast hosted by David Byrd and Ellen Stagg. The show is all about laughing and learning everything Butt! Our short film is a series of excerpts from guest interviews and put into cartoon form. This compilation is a funny look at accidental poop stories and other crazy butt related incidents that anyone can relate to. Real life stories in animated form for 18 and over.

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