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Saturday, September 29, 2007

Coney Island Film Festival's SATURDAY Line-up

Yesterday the festival's opening film and party enjoyed a "huge turnout and a sold-out screening", said festival director Rob Leddy. Today the short films kick off at the 7th Annual Coney Island Film Festival with 42 shorts - all in five programs packed with short films throughout the day. As well as five other programs with a feature length film preceded by an opening short. The festival day wraps up with a special screening of the "Warriors".

See the full schedule of programs for the shorts and features.

The features:

'Indian Larry Memorial Field Tribute'

Gary Planken, Long Beach NY. USA Documentary Feature.
80 minutes
New York City Premiere!






King of Sorrow (U.S. Premiere)


Kim Coates and Lara Daans will be in attendance for a Q+A.
Damian Lee, Toronto, ON, Canada. Narrative Feature.
94 minutes

Kim Coates who's starred in dozens of films said, "Doing 'King of Sorrow' was highly rewarding"

Visit the official website here.






Two Tickets To Paradise
D.B. Sweeney, Santa Monica CA, USA. Comedy Feature.

91 minutes


Visit the official website here.



Mathematically Alive: A Story of Fandom (World Premiere)

Joseph Coburn, Katherine Foronjy, New York, NY, USA, Documentary Feature.
90 minutes
This screening has been sold out.

Visit the official website here.




Celluloid #1

Steve Staso, New York, NY USA. Narrative Feature.
78 minutes.

Visit the official site here.






SEE THE FULL FESTIVAL SCHEDULE HERE FOR SCREENING TIMES.


7th Annual Coney Island Film Festival
Saturday, September 29, 2007 - 12pm

Sideshows by the Seashore
3006 W.12th St. @ Surf Ave.
Tickets are $6.00 (cash only).
Tickets are available at the box office
beginning at 11:30 am. 3006 West 12th street off Surf Ave.
Phone -718-372-5159.
This program is kid friendly, suitable for all ages!


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posted by Omar Robau @ 9/29/2007 07:33:00 AM 

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