Nitehawk Shorts Festival 2014: Day One
Run Time: 105 min. Format: Digital Rating: NR
The second annual Nitehawk Shorts Festival continues with our DAY ONE brunch screening featuring a another fantastic program of documentary, animation and narrative fiction shorts.
Screening followed by Q&A with the filmmakers and festival programmers!
NITEHAWK SHORTS FESTIVAL: DAY ONE PROGRAM
Marcel Simoneau – Le Village (22 minutes)
Roy Germano – A Mexican Sound (13 minutes)
Theodore Collatos – Time (7 minutes)
Marisa Tontaveetong, Shir Wen Sun, Tamarind King, and Yu Ueda – Starlight (4 minutes)
Nathaniel Lindsay – Green Eyed (15 minutes)
Mike Fernandez – i found a bird (8 minutes)
Lindsey Lambert – Lost in Prospect Park (5 minutes)
Bill Morrison – All Vows (10 minutes)
Saul Abraham and Josh Feder – Baby (15 minutes)
Peter Vack – SEND (8 minutes)
Prize sponsorship provided by Heard City (a boutique audio post-production facility) and Nice Shoes (the full service, artist-driven design, animation, visual effects and color grading studio specializing in high-end commercials, web content, film, TV and music videos). One filmmaker will receive 14 hours (2 days) of Sound Design and/or Mix in Manhattan or Dumbo with one Sound Designer/Mixer courtesy of Heard City and 20 hours of color grading with a night colorist (valued at $16K) from Nice Shoes. The winner is selected by festival organizers and invited guests.