Short Film Slam At LaunchPad

When:Wednesday March 24, 2010
721 Franklin Ave
Brooklyn, NY

Kings County Cinema Society is proud to host a night of narrative shorts and docs, as well as music videos, essay films, and who knows what else, at Launchpad, a brand spankin’ new art space in Crown Heights. LaunchPad is a “a creative gathering place in Brooklyn focusing on community programs, the arts, technology, and anything else that captures the imagination”

Preliminary program order:

» “Sixteen and Cutting” by Karim Lopez [ –] » “What’s in Alaska?” by James Arrabito
» “How To Ride a Train” by Katie Dillon [Beautiful Lady Productions,] » “Losing Clive” by Teresa Toews
» “Poor Ellen Smith” & “You’ve Been Warned” music videos, and “Speak for Darfur” PSA by Tiffany Frances [ –] » “Happy Birthday” & “Manzano” shorts and “Be On Welfare” music video by Rik Burns
» “Bondage” by Wayne Bolton
» “Silent Heart” by Robert Moore [Alive in 85 Productions,] » “Hair Is Alive” by Shawn Wen [] » “The Big Apple” by Andrew Valentim Almeida and William Martin [] » “Ignition” by Chombo; “Sewn” and “Tiger Tiger” by Sara Kinney

This free screening will have free popcorn so come meet the filmmakers and other
film lovers at an awesome new spot.

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