Coney Island Film Festival

Saturday, September 20, 2014 - 2pm
Sideshows By The Seashore, 1208 Surf Ave. Ground floor

Tickets are $8. Purchase at the box office (cash or credit) Friday 9/19, 6pm - 10:00pm, Saturday 9/20, 12pm - 2pm.

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.

Juice It
Christina Raia, Woodside, NY, Short, 10:10, World Premiere!


A young couple attempts a 7 day juice cleanse but quickly realize it's much more difficult than they anticipated as they pass the first 24 hours. They desperately try not to eat food through supporting and antagonizing each other.

Monsura is Waiting
Kevin Newbury, Brooklyn, NY, Short, 14:54

Inspired by Japan's classic Toho films, MONSURA IS WAITING is a comedy of redemption and sequins, telling the story of two aging show-girls, one giant moth and a very long night in Bridgeport, CT. Everybody needs a savior.

Going Up?
Dana Morgan, Staten Island, NY, Short, 14:10, Brooklyn Premiere!

'Going Up?' is a comedic series based on situations that happen in elevators. Take a ride with a puppet named Rodney who interacts with human characters in these hilarious vignettes. We all have a story to tell. Are you 'Going Up?'

Down in Flames: The True Story of Tony "Volcano"
William Stribling, Saint Petersburg, FL, Short, 29:00, New York City Premiere!

In 2013, a documentary film crew followed world-famous fire-eater Tony 'Volcano' Valenci for 90 days on his quest to set a world record. This is his story. "Down in Flames" features the popular sideshow performers Todd Robbins, The Great Throwdini, and Richie Magic.

Mabel's Dressing Room
Joseph Polacik, New Rochelle, NY, Short, 17:57, World Premiere!

While on break from directing her newest film at Keystone Studios (circa 1914), silent film actress/comedienne and director Mabel Normand escapes to her dressing room, where she unexpectedly plays host to an interesting assortment of crazy clowns and beautiful babes.

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