IndieWorks: July Series


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IndieWorks screens short films produced by emerging filmmakers throughout New York. It provides a platform for those filmmakers to showcase their work in front of an audience and to network with individuals in the local film community.

Free entry! Doors open at 6:30pm. Screening starts at 7:30pm and lasts roughly 2 hours. But stay as late as you'd like!

Food & drink specials all night (2 drink minimum with attendance)! 

Come out for a fun night of film watching and networking. Discover shorts, Find an audience & Build the local film community!

The night's line-up

It Happens Fast (6:00) 
Director: Eric Striffler

Stop, Rewind (7:40)
Director: Harrison Heller

Abel & Cain (10:25)
Director: Sean Mannion

The Third One This Week (4:00)
Director: Felix Thompson

*Q&A with 1st Set of Filmmakers

Music: A Marvin Gaye Story (7:05)
Director: Damian Bailey

Lamina (3:45)
Director: James Lamberg

Mating Dome (11:00)
Director: John Trigonis

Hiccup (3:00)
Director: Todd Bevan

*Q&A with 2nd Set of Filmmakers

Hosted by Lauren A Kennedy & Tony Curtis.

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*As some of you know, we've been searching for a new venue to host IndieWorks due to the extraordinary turnout at last month's event & our need for more seating space. We still aim to hold the event in the under-represented & utilized borough of Queens but were not able to find a location in time for this month's event. Luckily though, we've secured a venue in Manhattan to host the July series of IndieWorks. The People's Lounge has generously offered up their establishment & we're incredibly grateful and excited to screen 8 awesome independent short films. We hope you can join us on the 17th!

We will keep you updated on our quest for a permanent location in Long Island City or Woodside!

 *"The Third One This Week" won the Silver Whiskers Award

*"Hiccup" won Audience Choice