Coney Island Film Festival

Saturday, September 20, 2014 - 1pm
Coney Island Museum, 1208 Surf Ave. 2nd Floor
Please Note: This venue is not wheelchair accessible.

Tickets are $8. Purchase at the box office (cash or credit) Friday 9/19, 6pm - 10:00pm, Saturday 9/20, 12pm - 1pm.

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.

Joe Origlieri, Brooklyn NY, Short, 11:23, Brooklyn Premiere!

Jason struggles on the phone with tech support and tries to get his brand new Smellovision mask to work with a DVD he wants to watch.

The Slip-Up
Matt Brandenburgh, Brooklyn, NY, Short, 7:50

An awkward geek goes on a date with an out-of-his-league beauty. Unbeknownst to her (but beknownst to him), her dress starts having a wardrobe malfunction, and he slowly loses control while trying to keep up the facade of not noticing.

Operation: Elephant Ears
Richie Noodles, Brooklyn, NY, Short, 9:52, World Premiere!

This short comedy written by Richie Noodles of Urban Dog Entertainment is about a patient wanting to have surgery for a very specific and personal reason. She wants it to go as smoothly and discreetly as possible and was assured by the staff it would be. So she thought... not in this particular medical center, not on this particular day. Oh my, what did she get herself into?

Patrick Mandeville, Brooklyn, NY, Short, 6:00, World Premiere!

A short comedy about a Star Wars fan hearing the neighbor he's never met, and the ways in which we are involuntarily brought into strangers' lives. Filmed and located in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Holy Shite
Eric Branco, Bronx, NY, Short, 9:00, World Premiere!

A comedy about a priest questioning his ability to perform an exorcism, and his choice to become a priest in the first place.

Tyco Parks The Car
Vilka Tzouras, New York, NY, Short, 17:00

Tyco Parks The Car is a short film about an unemployed man faced with the responsibility of parking a very old car in a very busy city..

Peter Zinn, New York, NY, Short, 6:56

Two "could be" mob-types go to a restaurant to discuss "business." But they do so in such non-committal terms it becomes a verbal joust with many comedic turns and rhyme schemes that keep the audience guessing: "Are these guys for real?"

You Good!
David Foster, Donald Russell, NY, Short, 3:55, Brooklyn Premiere!

We have seen plenty of videos about drug dealers on street corners, but have you ever seen any videos about pharmacists on street corners? From comedians David Foster and Perry Strong comes a hilarious comedic commentary that metaphorically uses street hustlers to mock the mentalities of general physician.

Sheltered Love
Alex Italics, Tucson, Az, Short, 9:32. New York City Premiere!

In blissful 1950's suburbia, a lovestruck bobbysoxer and her no-good-nik boyfriend seek refuge from her overprotective and hot-headed father.

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