Coney Island Film Festival

Sunday, September 30, 2007 - 1pm
Coney Island Museum, 1208 Surf Ave.

Tickets are $6.00 (cash only).

Tickets are available at the Sideshows By The Seashore box office from 12:30 pm - 1pm (day of). 3006 West 12th street off Surf Ave. Please note: No tickets are sold in the museum. You must purchase at Sideshows By The Seashore box office (which is around the corner) prior to entering. Box office phone -718-372-5159.

Art’s Desire
Sarah Wickliffe, New York NY, USA. Animated Short, 5 minutes.

A character from a famous painting about war escapes into the museum in search of a better world. In doing so, she learns to create that world for herself.

Mirror Madness
Christopher Carboni, Upper Montclair, NJ, USA. Animated Short, 5 minutes.

“Mirror Madness” attempts to capture the charm and traditional artistry of the classic animated films of the 1930s, while incorporating contemporary methods of filmmaking to produce something I hope will look and feel refreshing and original. It follows two friends that stumble upon a carnival and soon realize that all is not what it seems within the house of mirrors.

Blue Dreams Downtown
Raiya Corsiglia, Glendale CA, USA. Experimental, 3 minutes.

New York City Premiere!

A Coney Island man falls in love with a magical photograph that loves him right back.

As A Cloud
Stephen Lyman, New York NY, USA. Narrative Short, 10 minutes.

An elderly widower remembers his long dead wife while revisiting the places they went to the night they fell in love.

Crazy Lovin’
Veronika Belianina, Toronto, ON, Canada. Narrative Short, 20 minutes.

A man, Mr. Lovin, who suffers from multiple personality disorder tries to save his wife from his alter-egos.

Alex Kuciw, Brooklyn NY, USA. Comedy Short, 27 minutes.

New York City Premiere!

A disgruntled man is caught between his desire to help his sick parents and the health insurance company that stands in his way. Starring Karen Lynn Gorney (Saturday Night Fever, Creating Karma).

Watch the trailer

Mark Scalese, Fairfield CT, USA. Comedy Short, 15 minutes.

A creature of habit, Jason’s life is as organized – and constrained – as his office cubicle. His predictable routine leaves very little to chance until one day, a series of events makes him wonder if he’s being visited by angels...

Open Wide
Rob Martin, Astoria NY USA. Music Video, 6 minutes.

Open Wide is singer/songwriter Robert German's debut music video for the hit song off his Sirens of Brooklyn album. Shot on Coney Island.

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