Thursday, October 06, 2011

Free Screenings, Free Popcorn And Free Key Lime Pie At 5th Annual Red Hook Film Festival

red hook film fest 2011 poster
Free Screenings, Free Popcorn And Free Pie?  I'll be there.  So should you!
Here is all the info:

The 5th Annual Red Hook Film Festival includes stories from all around Brooklyn, with films about barges in Red Hook, kite battles in Dyker Park, doomsayers in Bushwick, street protests in Bed-Stuy, Christmas trees on the Newtown Creek, canoeing on the Gowanus Canal, Urban Explorers climbing the Williamsburg Bridge, and the mysterious Masstransiscope underneath Downtown Brooklyn. We will be presenting films from the Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective, the Meerkat Media Collective, Urban Omnibus, and the NYC Transit Museum.  

The Red Hook Film Festival takes place at the Brooklyn Waterfront Artist Coalition (BWAC) screening room, which is located inside a Civil War era warehouse at 499 Van Brunt Street on the waterfront of Red Hook, Brooklyn.

This year, we will be screening a great selection of short films from Brooklyn and beyond. As usual, all of our screenings are free, and we will have free popcorn and free Steve's Key Lime Pies!

Many of the highlights from the schedule can be seen online at the festival's website:

5th Annual Red Hook Film Festival
October 15th and 16th, 2011
1pm to 6pm at the
BWAC screening room
499 Van Brunt Street
Red Hook, Brooklyn
(across from the Fairway Supermarket)

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