OCTOBER 28 & 29th, 2016
The Crown Heights Film Festival (CHFF) brings exceptional local and international short film to Central Brooklyn audiences. The festival showcases a curated selection of short films: narratives, animation, documentaries, and cross-disciplinary/experimental films. Our mission is to provide a voice and opportunities for filmmakers in short form, to foster cross-arts collaboration, and to provide a social forum for filmmakers, Central Brooklyn residents, and the wider arts community.
To learn about the past issues of the festival, please go to www.crownheightsfilms.org.
Friday, October 28, 7pm:
Crisscross, by Michael Jackson, 12:46 min
Sapien X, by Mesbah Uddin, 16:51 min
The Gardener, by Luke Asente, 5:00 min
This is My Cap, by Adonis Williams, 09:42 min
A Cosmos of Patterns, Jeremy Newman, 4:40 min
Eggs and Soldiers, by Imelda O'Reilly, 20:00 min
Luther Von Shaft, by Christopher Williams, 6:19 min
All Tru-ish, by Mina Mir, 2:37 min
The Cheschire Cache, by Scott Danzig, 12:13 min
The Weavologist, by Sandra Itanen, 5:38 min
Rye Manhattan, by Michael Goldberg, 6:34 min
Saturday, October 29, 7pm
Blower's Daughter, by Patrycja Paczkowska, 6:49 min
Farewell Auntie, by Hang Yin, 4:47 min
Ben Jones: Consciousness Rules, by Lisa and Gregg Mann, 7:31 min
Gagarine, by Fanny Liatard and Jeremy Trouilh, 15:30 min
Forget-me-knot, by Jennifer Farrugia, 8:33 min
The Plastic Bag, by Jorgen Johansen, 1:00 min
Strange Bird, by Daniel Mecca, 17:44 min
One Life's On Board, Sequoyah Aono, 4:29 min
Zeba (Promenade), by Fransix Tenda, 1:18 min
Broken Pencils, by Pveclidias Witbooi, 18:00 min
Beacon, by Benjamin Smith, 6:18 min
The Crown Heights Film Festival is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC), and is hosted by FiveMyles.
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.