Coney Island Film Festival

Saturday, September 19, 2015 - 4pm
Sideshows by the Seashore, 1208 Surf Ave. Ground Floor

Tickets are $8, Purchase at the box office (cash or credit) Friday 9/18, 6pm - 10:00pm, Saturday 9/19, 12pm - 4pm..

All tickets sales are non-refundable.
Some subject matter may be innapropriate for minors.

The Bravest, the Boldest
Moon Molson, Los Angeles, CA, Short, 16:53, Brooklyn Premiere!

A young mother in a Harlem housing project realizes the arrival of two uniformed soldiers brings news she can't bring herself to accept. Official Selection of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. 

Alfonso Johnson, Bayside, NY, Short, 11:30, New York City Premiere!

TOUGH is a story about an estranged father and son who reconnect after 11 years when they now discover that they share the same apartment complex.

The Devil Goes Down
Nicholas Julius, Oakland Gardens, NY, Short, 10:00, Brooklyn Premiere!

The Devil challenges a young man to a game of basketball. The stakes? What is in the Devil's bag against the young man's soul. Starring Michael Kenneth Williams (Boardwalk Empire, The Wire).

Michael Molina Minard, New York, NY, Short, 15:15, Brooklyn Premiere!

A journeyman boxer raised to fight and win kills an opponent in the ring; now he must confront his greatest enemy - himself.

Mtume Gant, New York, NY, Short, 16:10


Spit is the story of Jeremiah Monk One Sinclair. A NYC Hip Hop artist who has reached a cross roads of trying to understand what is success and is edging to towards the end of his rope. A POV styled film, we enter the body of Monk One, travel in his world, seeing through his eyes the loss of passion, love for the music, life and city he once knew.

The Trade (short film)
Michael A. Pinckney, NY, Short, 15:42, Brooklyn Premiere!

From prostitution to human trafficking to porn, 'The Trade' follows a day in the life of a young prostitute searching for her mother and a photojournalist searching for his missing daughter. A handful of disparate people's lives intertwine as they all play their respective parts in this dark and dirty place where sex rules and green is the only color that matters.

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