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OCTOBER 26, 27 & 28th, 2017

The Crown Heights Film Festival (CHFF) brings exceptional local and international short film to the Brooklyn audience. 34 short films including narratives, animation, documentaries, and cross-disciplinary/experimental films will be presented during three evening screenings.

The screenings are free. Each evening features approximately 1h30 of short films.
There are no tickets, simply come a few minutes before screening time.

Click here for a more detailed program.

Thursday, October 26, 7pm:

The United Guys Network by Tabatha Golat, Canada
Transient by Oliver Rickli, Switzerland
The Pirate Captain Toledano, by Arnon Shorr, USA
Graphic Sex Ed, by Russell Wyner, USA
All Men Are Flowers, by Shirley J. Kim-Ryu, USA
1100 Bergen Street, by Audrey Logan, USA
The Birthday, by Marishka Pillips, USA
Light Sight, by Seyed M. Tabatabaei, Iran
Pigeon-Holed, by Daphne Parkhill, USA
Hate for Sale, by Anna Eljsbouts, Netherlands
1-0, by Saman Hosseinpuor, Iran

Friday, October 27, 7pm

Arbitratr, by Sam Jay Gold, USA
Juneteenth, by Madeline Johnson, USA
Meeting MacGuffin, by Catya Plate, USA
Rudy's Hobby Shop, by Jason Guzman, USA
The Magical Mystery of Musigny, by Emmett Goodman and John Meyer, USA
What Remains of You, by Kevin Dresse, France
All You Can Eat, by Manuel Perez, Mexico
Hali, by Peter Hristoff, USA
Material, by Maiko Kikuchi, USA/Japan
Sure-Fire, by Michael Goldburg, USA

Saturday, October 28, 7pm

In One Drag, by Alireza Hashempour, Germany
The Man Who Feared, by Jehnovah Carlisle, USA
Sandra, by Cynthia Chatman, USA
The Pits, by David Bizzaro, USA
Apples, by Milda Baginskaite, UK
Capture, by Huidi Sun, USA
Five Thirty Five, by Alex Dunford, UK
Early Mourning, by Lisa Donmall-Reeve, USA
Karma, by Scott Danzig, USA
Laymun, by Catherine Prowse and Hannah Quinn, UK
The Servant, by Farnoosh Abedi, Iran
Fish, by Saman Hosseinpuor, Iran



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Take 2, 3, or 4 trains to Franklin Avenue. Walk two blocks against the traffic on Franklin. Walk ¾ block to 558 St. Johns Place. FiveMyles is within easy walking distance from the Brooklyn Museum.

  All Men Are Flowers,  Shirley J. Kim-Ryu

All Men Are Flowers, Shirley J. Kim-Ryu

  The Servant,  Farnoosh Abedi

The Servant, Farnoosh Abedi

  In One Drag , Alireza Hashempour

In One Drag, Alireza Hashempour