Coney Island Film Festival

Sunday, September 22, 2013 - 4:00pm
Sideshows by the Seashore, 1208 Surf Ave. Ground floor

Tickets are $7. Purchase at the door.

Due to strong adult content in this program, no one under 18 admitted.

Advance ticket purchase strongly recommended. There are no extra service fees to purchase in advance. All tickets sales are non-refundable.


NOTE: No tickets will be mailed no matter what shipping method you choose, they are available at Will Call, on the day of the screening.

Sea Pig
Andrew Gilchrist, Jesse Allen, Brooklyn NY, Short, 10:52

A man's re-occurring sexual fantasies about a mermaid tear his world apart and reveal disturbing insights into the object of his desire.


The Days God Slept
Jeremiah Kipp, New York, NY, Short, 10:26, World Premiere!

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'The Days God Slept' is a cinematic prayer that deals with love and secrets; with faith and acceptance. Kristy has a secret to tell John and when she does - will their burgeoning ties of affection be strengthened or severed? Or will they find that the hardest thing to accept might be oneself?


Night & Day
Ross Hockrow, Pittstown, NJ, Short, 8:50

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The people we are by night, are not always the people we are by day.

Krutch
Clark Matthews, Philadelphia, PA, Short, 5:15, Brooklyn Premiere!



A steamy, experimental short film exploring perception, sexuality, disability and gender on the streets and sheets of New York City.

Are We Not Cats
Xander Robin, Brooklyn, NY, Short, 12:18



A welder discovers his eccentric girlfriend eating his hair subconsciously as they take a truck drive to an abandoned resort.

Facial
Roxanne Holman, Kent, UK, Short, 16:35



Jealousy, rage, love and hate are all put to the ultimate test in this unconventional relationship thriller. After discovering a pornographic video of his girlfriend on-line, Scott struggles with the past, present and future as all collide in a finale of bloody regret and lost happiness.


Loathsome Malady
Nathan Maulorico, New York, NY, Experimental, 4:15, Brooklyn Premiere!



'To cease to admire is a proof of deterioration.' - Charles Horton Cooley


Girls Before Swine
Sean Gill, Rachel Klein, Brooklyn, NY, Short, 8:19, World Premiere!



A woman contemplates her great-great grandmother's sordid past.


J – 1
Geoffrey Guerrero, Brooklyn, NY, Short, 15:00, Brooklyn Premiere!



Every Summer young college students from Eastern Europe and Russia come to America through the J-1 Visa Program issued by the U.S. State Department. When Oksana meets her J-1 Sponsor in Brighton Beach, Brooklyn, she soon learns her initial job offer no longer exists and she is forced to dance at a strip club for little to no pay.


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