It’s hard to believe, but we are launching our FIFTH amazing season of showing “the best little films on the big screen” and we’d love it if you could join us!
Thursday January 14th at 7:00pm
20 Carlton Street (steps from College subway station)
Dir: Paul Riccio
USA – 2015
A short look at the Timmy Brothers, Brooklyn–based makers of bespoke drinking water.
Bill and Terry Timmy are introducing handcrafted water to the world with an almost pathological attention to craftsmanship and a thirst for helping people become less thirsty.
The Timmy Brothers. They make water.
Dir: Alexander Engel
USA – 2015
After losing the last two digits of a girl’s number, a socially awkward fish enthusiast tries every combination to seek her out.
Dir: Matthew Gentile
USA – 2015
When an emotionally self-destructive rock star starts to lose his hearing, his personal and professional lives begin to unravel.
Dir: Luca Zuberbühler
Switzerland – 2013
Forced to be alone: Whenever Lothar sneezes, nearby objects explode. To protect the world he locks himself into a subterranean home, isolated from the outer world.
SLINGSHOT – AUDIENCE AWARD WINNER
Dir: David Hansen
Australia – 2015
An amusing analogy of modern love, seen through the eyes of one of its latest victims.
Dir: Omry Fisher
Israel – 2015
An astronaut encounters a major problem upon returning to earth after a long space voyage.
Dir: Kirsten Lepore
USA – 2010
Animated on location at a beach, in the snow, and underwater, this stop-motion short details a transoceanic conversation between two characters via objects in a bottle.
Dir: Simon Ryninks
UK – 2014
Failed writer Ryan is a man on the edge. Alone and broke, with an estranged wife and mounting debt, he attempts to earn some quick cash by agreeing to pen a short story for a magazine. With the deadline just hours away he heads to a local café and, inspired by the young waitress and the customers around him, cooks up a love story tinged with cynicism.
Dir: Alonso Llosa
USA/Peru – 2015
Charly, the most dangerous gangster in Lima, must face his ultimate fear: moving out of his mother’s house.