Filmshop presents SHHHHH, A Themed Short Film Showcase at Rough Trade July 9th

shhhhhThe NYC-based non-profit filmmaking collective, Filmshop, will present its annual short film showcase on Purchase Saturday, July 9th, 2016 Pills .   All films are made expressly for the event by members of the Filmshop community and are inspired by a unifying idea. This year’s theme is “SHHHHH.”

Filmshop will be screening 22 films created and collaborated on by Filmshop members, imbued with their own unique take on the theme. Filmmakers include Dane Benko, Nathan Breton, Adam Brown, Elizabeth Chatelain, Michael DeMinico, Ben Donnellon, Don Downie, Rhett duPont, Jaclyn Gramigna, Josh Granger, Nicholas Heet, Jason Hood, Tom Hunt, Kyle Kelley, Danny Kim, Theresa Loong, Stacey Maltin, Graham Meriwether, Hillary Nussbaum, Brittany Prater, Rebecca Senn, Suneet Sethi, Heather Taylor, and Dani Tenenbaum.

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The night will also include a series of thematically inspired festivities including a special live-scored segment of films by Brooklyn band, Elxclub, a silent dance performance in Rough Trade’s record store by local arts incubator, The Creators Collective, and a live performance by Brooklyn dream punks the Painted Zeros. Plus, a screaming booth and much more to be announced.


There will also be a silent auction with donated prizes for the filmmaker and the film lover alike.  The short film showcase will take place at  cheap venlor medication Rough Trade NYC at 64 N. 9th Street in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.  Doors open at 7:30 p.m.  The screening begins at 9:00 p.m.  Tickets are available at Cheap this link.

Founded in 2009, Filmshop is a nonprofit collective of over 100 independent filmmakers and media producers committed to developing new work through peer support and collaboration. Chapters in Brooklyn and Manhattan meet weekly to workshop projects, offer constructive critique, and incubate new ideas. Filmshop also hosts public screenings to celebrate the work of members and share their work with the local community.

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