Sons of Essex to Screen LES Film Festival Winners

Posted on: May 30th, 2012 at 6:28 am by

There is now a neighborhood forum to view the winning entries from both the 2011 and 2012 Lower East Side Film Festivals. Starting June 3, Sons of Essex is joining forces with the local organization to showcase the short films during its “Sunday Night, Movie Night” weekly event. Think of it as a belated victory lap…

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From the inbox:

The LES Film Festival is proud to partner with Sons of Essex in showcasing a selection of its 2011 and 2012 Award Winning Short Films.

The LES Film Festival features talented and innovative filmmakers working on a budget and showcases those films in the heart of the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Films made for less, the Lower East Side Film Festival played to sold out audiences in the spring of 2011 and 2012 and featured screenings, intriguing Q&As with filmmakers, and amazing parties!”

The Kook – Dir. Gregory Mitnick & Nat Livingston Johnson
Bottle – Dir. Kirsten Lepore
Memory Tapes “Yes I Know” – Dir. Eric Epstein
Drained – Dir. Nick Peterson
No Robots – Dir. Yunghan Chang
Becoming –  Dir. Ayelen Liberona & Joseph Johnson-Cami
Sweet Dreams – Dir. Kirsten Lepore
The Extraordinary Life Of Rocky – Dir. Kevin Meul
Flo – Dir. Riley Hooper
Aquadettes – Dir. Zackary Canepari
Nuit Blanche – Dir. Arev Manoukian
TiM – Dir. Ken Turner
Plume – Dir. Karen Cinorre
The Dentist – Dir. Alex Mallis
Being Bradford Dillman – Dir. Emma Burch

Of course, there’s an accompanying menu for the special screenings. Scope it below.

Sons of Essex "Sunday Movie Night" Menu

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