New Nonfiction Shorts

Saturday, September 15 at 11:00 am

Tickets: $10

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Tickets are available during the festival at the
Tusten Theatre Box Office, 210 Bridge St, Narrowsburg, NY

These six short documentaries focus on the impact places have on the lives of people.

I Heart NY (Andre Andreev, 5 min)
A short film about Milton Glaser, the creator of the famous I Heart NY symbol and his struggle to find love for the city in a trying time.

Brooklyn Breeze (Alex Budovsky, 4 min)
This 2D animated musical short film is a visual journey through different parts of Brooklyn, some of the iconic spots and others not often seen by the visitors.

Catskills (Ben Kitnick, 7 min)
The Catskills was a bustling community in the 1950s; 86-year-old dancer Jackie Horner reflects on the region that has defined her life.

Mother’s Day (Elizabeth Lo, R.J. Lozada, 8 min)
Over 850,000 children in California have a parent in prison. Once a year, a charity buses children to remote prisons to visit their mothers.

Hula Girl (Amy Hill and Chris Riess, 10 min)
At 94 years of age, Joan Anderson has waited 60 years to set the record straight on the history of the hula hoop.

A Rose From My Garden (Deborah Peretz, 19 min)
In 2017, mysterious stone figures began to appear, along the banks of the Hudson River in Upper Manhattan.

 

Approximate runtime: 55 min.