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Shorts Program I - 12th Annual Harlem International Film Festival
MIST HARLEM
NEW YORK, NY
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Shorts Program I - 12th Annual Harlem International Film Festival
SHORTS PROGRAM I - QUIRK IT!

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CRUMBS - BONES
Music Video
US, 3 min
Director: Haoyan of America

Music video for the Brooklyn/Boston-based band Crumb's song BONES. Dream-like exploration of water and aquatic life with Crumb.

POSSUM
New Zealand, 15 min
Director: Dave Whitehead

Set in New Zealand in the 1970s, Possum is a tale of two young brothers who accompany their lumberjack father to a forest campsite. At odds with each other, the two hatch a plan to head into the woods and hunt for a notorious possum named Scar.

SYMPOSIUM
US, 19 min
Directors: Tom Grady and Keith Oncale

Academy Award nominee Margaret Avery stars as a woman engaged in deep philosophical thought who confounds a service man she summons to solve the mystery of her migrating kitchen appliance, leading to the revelation of a shared secret.
                                           
THE SLEEPERS
US, 22 min
Director: Joe Lueben

Four female patients live in the Sleep Center, a windowless building separated from the outside world. The patients (nicknamed 'Sleepers') spend 23 hours of their day in a drug-induced dream state and are awake for only one hour. A reporter gains access to their room and interviews each Sleeper, trying to figure out why they chose sleep over waking life.

HELLO, MALCOLM  
US, 14 min
Director: Jeremy Wallace

A coming of age film about a young girl and a teddy bear on a quest to find their voice.

FLOAT
EAST COAST PREMIERE
US, 24 min
Director: Tristan Seniuk

Set in mid 1990s Seattle, FLOAT follows the day-to-day trials and tribulations of Cambodian-American hustler Rocky Mang. Still living at home with his family, Rocky spends his days cruising the streets of Seattle, slanging cheap goods on the corner as he struggles to help his family make ends meet. His days are a hazy wash of grinding and hustling, only broken by his persistent attempts to convince a local barista named Jenni-Mo Day to go on a date.


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Location

MIST HARLEM (View)
46 WEST 116TH ST
NEW YORK, NY 10026
United States

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Categories

Film > Movies

Minimum Age: 18
Kid Friendly: Yes!
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact

Owner: Harlem International Film Festival
On BPT Since: Apr 18, 2017
 
Harlem International Film Festival
info@harlemfilmfestival.org
http://HarlemFilmFestival....
 


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