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Coney Island Film Festival 2021 - Program 2 - Comedy Shorts

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Coney Island Film Festival 2021 - Program 2 - Comedy Shorts

Saturday, September 18, 2021 - 2:00pm

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 (Partial Nudity).

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.

Directed by Tyler Council, Deerfield Beach, FL, 4:50, New York City Premiere

“BioPetz” are cuddly, curious abominations of nature and science that need a loving home before the government shuts this whole operation down. Check it out before it’s too late!

180 Seconds
Directed by Perry Strong, Brooklyn, NY, 4:00, Brooklyn Premiere

180 Seconds. A man travels six months into the past to warn himself not to get fat during the pandemic shutdown.

Directed by Claire Dub, Brooklyn, NY, 3:32

On her one-year anniversary with Clark, Nell attempts to write a romantic poem. The task proves impossible... until Nell finds a way to tap into her true inspiration.

The Dogfriend
Directed by Fredgy Noel, NY, 13:37

Struck by the supreme loneliness of her circumstances, a young woman wishes for her dog to become her boyfriend and then endures the myriad consequences when her wish comes true.

Sophie's Choices
Directed by Lily Narbonne, Phil Serzo, NY, 6:22, New York City Premiere

Sophie, a blogger and wannabe influencer, realizes she may not have any actual friends.

Directed by Brian Lloyd, NY, 6:54, Brooklyn Premiere

A hypochondriac mother puts the stresses of two pandemics on her son the morning of Thanksgiving 2020.

Eggbert Finds Love
Directed by Powell Burns, Brooklyn, NY, 8:22, World Premiere

Shy, naive Eggbert McKnuckleberry is secretly in love with Agnes Lottastuff but so is neighborhood bully Dixon Manslab.

Buzz Kill
Directed by Mark Cabaroy, Bronx, NY, 7:58, Brooklyn Premiere

Two guys hang out watching a horror movie on a new experimental 3D TV and get more than they bargained for when they decide to get high.

The Robbery
Directed by Nika Belianina, Toronto, On, 10:12

“The Robbery” is a comedic short film about two teams of gunmen who simultaneously stick-up the same convenience store. Awkwardness grows as one gunman recognizes his ex partner in the opposite team while they face a dilemma of splitting up the score. Should they do it democratically or consider historical gender and racial inequality? The film becomes a satire on modern identity politics that skewers how societal infighting becomes an obstacle to reaching goals.

Directed by Andy Mills, NY, 6:47, World Premiere

Friends Nikki and Angie face an existential crisis while fishing.

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