The line up for the festival include:
|"Guard Dog Global Jam"|
Program 4, and Program 5 gives you a bit more serious fare of the mysterious and spooky. An aging escape artist goes over the edge in, "Goodbye Winter", while a "Posthumous Proposal" is made when a widower attempts to suppress his grief by altering his perception of reality. There is an awkward meeting at an "After-School Special", while a lonely "Imposter" is desperate for a woman. In the feature film "The Super", looks like he may go over the edge with his tenants. Program 6 seems to offer a bit of the surreal with a Psycho-Fugue Circus in "Carny", and hopelessness and paranoia set into the "Holes for Eyes". There is also "A Fable about Beauty", some "Good Taste", and feelings that are brutally unmasked at "The Dinner Meeting".
|"The Open City"|
Light fare and music can be found in Program 13. A music video, a "Death of a Popstar", and "Tommy's Pumpkin" screen in Program 14. Program 15 features a "Heavy Metal Picnic", and a "Great Disaster", while a documentary film takes an in-depth look as "Long Island Uncovered", visits the chaos, trials, and tribulations in the life of musicians. When it comes to Coney Island films you can "Take Me There" anytime. Whether it's to "Shoot the Freak"or "Save Coney Island", "A Day In The Life of Coney Island", is more than a "Neptune Jam" beside the "IC Waters'. Program 16 also screens "The Blue Umbrella", which looks like another Coney Island funny film by filmmakers Amanda Jencsik and Chris DePierro.
|"A Day In The Life Of Coney Island"|
A special screening will be held at the New York Aquarium's 4D Theater, Saturday, September 24, 2011 at 5:30 and is of free admission. Screening will be "Atlantic Crossing: A Robot's Daring Mission"
This year Coney Island's Film Festival's Saturday Night Party starts at 7pm at the New York Aquarium, which features the bands Moto Wrays and Spanking Charlene. Also some more burlesque and sideshow performances along with a few more go go girls. Hosted by Adam the First Real Man. Don't miss this huge event under a huge tent.
For detailed venue locations and prices, visit the Coney Island Film Festival website.
Labels: 2011 Coney Island Film Festival