Here's a sneak peak at the 2021 lineup. We're hosting two screenings at FiveMyles. Scroll down to choose your night. Come to both if you like.
Come for free movies, free popcorn, free bottled water, and a free after party with wine and live music.
There'll be a different program each evening starting at 7:00 PM and there's something for everyone: comedy, drama, documentary, animation...
We look forward to seeing you.
558 St Johns Pl
Brooklyn NY 11238
Please RSVP at the link below:
Friday, October 8th 7:00 PM
The Teacher decided to give a Bag as a prize to one of his Students by a Ballot. So the Bag went to Rasooli, the Student who didn’t have any Bag and carried his books in a Pocket. After class, the Teacher by accident found out all of students has written Rasooli’s name on their Papers. A film by Sousan Salamat
Inspired by the unsuccessful experimental Broadway shows of the 1970s, singer-songwriter-comedian Julian Velard has written a musical about his own life. A born Manhattanite living in Queens with a wife and child, Velard has quit the music business for the stable world of musical theater. Joined by his co-writer and fellow dad Mark from the Park, Velard presents his disasterpiece in an attempt to face middle age with his dreams still on his shoulders. A film by Steve Nerangis
A thesis leaning into the filmmaker’s interest in neo-realism and discussing the topic of gentrification while still using layering sound design techniques in her previous work. A film by Jessica Moore
Men will be boys. Two grown men argue about whose dad is tougher. They arrange for the elderly fathers to put on their gloves and meet in the ring for a testosterone filled, epic geriatric battle. Former MMA fighter Houston Alexander stars in this boxing comedy for the ages. A film by Todd Graves
When a 14-year-old Asian girl who was adopted by a Caucasian family moves into a gentrifying Brooklyn neighborhood, she discovers a secret letter from her birth mother that she can't decode. A film by William Mun
A serial killer handles the same challenges we all felt in quarantine... sort of... A film by Vincent Ferrari
Animated over the course of three years as a response to a professional life editing social media advertising films. In today's ever faster, attention span shrinking, consumption centric world it is important to remember the value in taking longer than necessary to finish things, owning a set of pens that require obsessive maintenance, and of course reading books. A film by Gabriel Freed
A young woman confronts her trauma by dealing with the only thing she has power over: her mattress. A film by Kaitlyn Busbee
Rimi, a housewife, stuck in the mundane life of domesticity finds herself on the threshold of leaving everything behind and embracing liberation when a desire awakens in her after she encounters young and attractive Riya. A film by Nischhal Sharma
Saturday, October 9th 7:00 PM
A boy living with his single mother struggles to adapt when introduced to his potential step-sister for the first time. A film by Michael Barringer
An uptight woman returns home to fine her kitchen trashed and her cleaning woman passed out drunk on the pantry floor. A film by Alyson Richards
A seemingly ordinary morning in South Central Los Angeles proves to be anything but ordinary, as Derrick, a gang unit police officer, and Freddie, a high school student, are both caught up in the violent whirlwind of militarized policing and gang violence. A film by Doug Jordan
Julie is a French immigrant who just moved to NY to pursue her American dream and starts working in a small chaotic restaurant. It's her first shift and nothing goes as expected. In addition to the customer’s weirdest requests, Julie also has to deal with a co-worker animosity. It sucks to be the newbie. A film by Elea Clair
A new doctor has just arrived at a nursing home, where he meets a patient tormented by a past which he cannot remember. This doctor will help him do it, without anticipating the consequences. A film by Arturo Herrero
A disenchanted young woman ascribes to the get-rich-quick advice of self-help guru - only to learn the cost of getting exactly what you want. A film by Ilya Polyakov
A young couple walk a fine line while thriving in an open marriage until they catch each other breaking the rules. A film by Eddie Shieh
While on a long hike, CHRIS gives advice to his close friend, BLACC, who is frustrated with his relationship. As they traverse down the path the two men come upon an item that feels out of place. Torn on what to do, one of the men decides to take it forever changing his life. A film by Chris Yates
Photographer Dani struggles professionally and personally as the lines between reality and imagination blur. On the eve of a cornerstone birthday, her well-meaning friends and family bombard her with a series of dating app gift cards, leaving Dani in a state of utter shock and despair. Reluctantly, she sets out on a journey ignited by the events of the infamous dinner party and tries to pull the pieces together as she discovers the tools to develop her unactualized life. A film by Daryl Getman