The Manhattan Short Film Festival is taking place Friday, September 23 through Sunday, October 2. It screens 10 films in over 250 cities around the world during the same week. The is not an online festival. It will be in theaters, schools, outdoor makeshift screenings in parks.
The local participating venue is at Tompkins Square Park in the East Village. They will show the Manhattan Shorts on Sunday, October 2nd beginning at 7:00pm. Tickets are free.
The films for the 13th annual festival are below.
Incident by a Bank by Ruben Ostlund (Sweden)
Dik by Christopher Stollery (Australia)
Mak by Geraldine Zosso (Switzerland)
I Love Luci by Colin Kennedy (Scotland)
The Legend of Beaver Dam by Jerome Sable & Eli Batalion (Canada)
Sexting by Neil LaBute (USA)
The Forest by Kárpáti György Mór (Hungary)
A Doctor's Job by Julio Ramos (Peru)
David & Goliath by George Zaverdas (USA)
Martyr Friday by Abu Bakr Shawky (Egypt)
You can view info at the main festival site: