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Nitehawk Cinema presents Dark Side of Local Color
Nitehawk Cinema is showing off Local Color on Tuesday, June 21 with the screening of short films from New York that need a little more attention. They call it, "Screw It, We'll Do It Ourselves!" It promises to delve into the darker side of human nature through dark comedy and twisted themes.
They are going to show six shorts and there will be a Q&A with filmmakers following the screening. Expect drink specials from Jameson at the after-party. Showtime is 7:30pm.
Here are the films:
Dead-End by Jose F. Rodriguez (2015 - 13:00)
The Hamster by Ryan Barger (2015 - 11:17)
Ramona by Mikaela Martin & Richard Vallejos (2015 - 14:14)
Consommé by Catherine Fordham (2015 - 5:40)
A Good Fish by Nicholas Payne Santos (2014 - 8:37)
Go To Hell by Jacob Bittens (2015 - 20 minutes)
Nitehawk Cinema is located at 136 Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. More info can be obtained on their website: www.nitehawkcinema.com