Coney Island Film Festival - Family Friendly

Sunday, September 21, 2014 - 1pm
Coney Island Museum, 1208 Surf Ave. 2nd Floor
Please Note: This venue is not wheelchair accessible.

Tickets are $8 for adults, $5 for kids 12 and under. Purchase at the box office (cash or credit) Friday 9/19, 6pm - 10:00pm, Saturday 9/20, 12pm - 10:30pm, Sunday 9/21, 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.

Ruben Pracas, Australia, Short, 7:00, U.S. Premiere!

A young businessman decides to take it upon himself to be the change he wishes to see in the world. One crazy costume at a time.

Charlee and Jonas go to Coney Island
Chris DePierro, West New York, NJ, Documentary Short, 8:00,
World Premiere!

Charlie is 3 years old, Jonas is 8. They are sister and brother and they are heading to Coney Island for some FUN!...

The Butcher's Key
Sung Cho, Brooklyn, NY, Short, 11:40, Brooklyn Premiere!

A timid boy named Rom must overcome his fear and retrieve his house key from a scary butcher.

Secret Decoder Ring
Eli Brown, Brooklyn, NY, Short, 4:06, Brooklyn Premiere!

Justin finds more than a toy surprise in his cereal box.

The Invaders
Mark Cabaroy, Bronx, NY, Short, 6:04, New York Premiere!

The Invaders web-series "Angie's Logs" is a live action comedy sci fi web-series which chronicles the adventures of seven year old Angie Martinez and her babysitter Beth Adleman as they attempt repel an alien invasion of Earth from all powerful, unseen, other worldly beings. With the help of her teddy bear, Mr. Snuggles, a cardboard space ship Angie has made out of a discarded refrigerator appliance box and her home made laser gun she will wage war against impossible odds with the fate of the world in the balance. Put on your Captain Blasto space helmet, and fasten you seat belts it's going to be a bumpy night!

Hansel and Grethel
Mark Cabaroy, Bronx, NY, Short, 12:00, World Premiere!

Billy and Becky just can’t seem to get along. When Aunt Cara agrees to babysit for the day, she finds herself in the middle of these quarreling siblings and launches into her own version of Hansel and Grethel in order to teach the power of teamwork. 

Sasha Fox, New York, Short, 3:06

SuperDate is the story of young love. Two teens meet for the first time after months of dating via text only when their first date is nearly thwarted by the allegiance to competing super heroes.

Alfred Thomas Catalfo, Dover, NH, Short, 14:46

An unlikely bond is forged between a lonely boy and an elderly man claiming to be a former astronaut. Together, they transform a vintage vacuum cleaner into a rocketship for a surprising journey.


Devereux Millburn, Weehawken, NJ, Music Video, 3:48

Jet is a music video that celebrates the innocence and freshness of youth in the foreground of New York's corroded visage. It shines a light on the wholesome and fun-loving nature of children through candid behaviors and vibrant color, and illustrates how their inherent optimism and spontaneity can inspire the same disposition in adults.

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