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Cine-City Monthly Film Screening
Mar 25, 2018 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
One event on Mar 25, 2018 at 7:00 pm
Hosted by Jeffrey Robert, Cine-City is a monthly lineup of local films that you vote on to compete in our end-of-year Best-Of.
The evening includes comedy, trivia, and filmmaker Q & A.
Naked City’s Screening Room is All Ages! Cine-City reserves the right to exclude underaged viewers based on curated content.
Check out our interview on FestivalReviews.org here: https://festivalreviews.org/2018/03/17/interview-with-festival-director-amanda-drewniak-ardor-creative-media/
Screening this month:
Perfektion, by Andrew Sindt
It’s a story about different types of people and their perspectives on the world, all set to the backdrop of an artist’s conversation with his girlfriend, who is not an artist, about his obsession with perfection.
Field of Dreams, by Russell K. Brooks
A young boy finds solace on the baseball field and the courage to bridge the widening gap with his father.
Together in March, by Ray Lopez
An uncle and nephew reinforce their relationship as family and brothers-in-arms while attempting to complete the grueling Bataan Memorial Death March in the harsh desert of southern New Mexico.
Shifting Gears, by Cole Mclaughlin
Jack, a down-on-his-luck cop, gets a mysterious phone call from his ex wife saying she’s been abducted and needs him to come and rescue her. No questions asked: he needs to act.
The Great Furby Adventure, by Mike Chilson
When the family pet runs away from home, he is forced to adjust to a less domestic lifestyle and decide what type of life he wants to lead.
Expectations by Toran Whitaker and Bobby Mccallen
How I Feel by Jai Lee
Tickets are $8 online $10 at the door. Doors open at 6:30 pm
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