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Coney Island Film Festival 2021 - Program 4 - Shorts

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Coney Island Film Festival 2021 - Program 4 - Shorts

Saturday, September 18, 2021 - 4:00pm

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.

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 Michael A. Pinckney, Brooklyn, NY, 6:00, New York City Premiere

Four Black men from different worlds have a heartfelt conversation about manhood, creativity, sex and their place in the world. They discover the harsh reality that not much has changed but are nevertheless grateful for those that came before them.

Last Summer on Bainbridge Street
Directed by Jessica Q Moore, Brooklyn, NY, 11:45

Tyshawn, an Afro-Caribbean 12-year old boy, living in a changing Bed-Stuy enjoys living with his grandma and dad. Everything changes when his father is arrested and he faults the Caucasian neighbors. Tyshawn then plots his revenge.

Directed by Shannon Harris, NY, 5:00, Brooklyn Premiere

Hannah ends three-year on-again, off-again "situationship" with Roman due to irreconcilable world views that have potentially serious ramifications. But it wasn't "all a wash."

How Much We Feel
Directed by Tanya Nauvel, Alex Barnett-Howell, Jersey City, NJ, 10:47, Brooklyn Premiere

How Much We Feel takes an intimate look at an interracial relationship over the course of its first year, as told through slices of their life. This short examines how the couple grows together and struggles with subtle, modern racial issues they encounter along the way.

Directed by Bobby Yan, Flushing, NY, 11:59

Covering one year of the 2020 pandemic, a successful young Asian American struggles to navigate life during the lockdown.

The Main Event
Directed by Max Sainvil, NY, 12:49, New York City Premiere

A struggling fighter receives the opportunity of a lifetime as unexpected events arise.

Directed by Austin Prario, Brooklyn, NY, 13:33, World Premiere

A struggling performer loses touch with reality as she fights addiction and for custody of her daughter.

Directed by Jordan Hidalgo, Midland Park, NJ, 15:19, Brooklyn Premiere

A day in the life of Martin, a homeless man attempting to keep his individuality despite being dehumanized by everyday society.

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