Bob Spells Backwards, Josh Polon and Ryan Maxey, 2 minutes
Bob demonstrates his strange compulsion to spell every word he hears backwards.
Stella Walsh, Rob Lucas, 15 minutes
The tragic story of Stella Walsh, the greatest female athlete in the world, her murder, and the gender controversy that followed.
Time, Theodore Collatos, 7 minutes
Conversations oscillate between family, politics and sexuality in an voyeuristic contemplation of prison.
Terms of Intimacy, Melissa Langer, 9 minutes
A glimpse into the emerging industry of professional cuddling and the lives of the clients that use this
This is Not the End (New York Premiere), Hilary Campbell, 7 minutes
The Campbell Family as they are now.
Comic Book Heaven, E.J. McLeavey-Fisher, 12 minutes
Comic Book Heaven is a short documentary follows 81-year-old Joe Leisner, owner of Comic Book Heaven in Sunnyside, Queens, NY, as he cantankerously assesses the status of his business, the comic book industry, and his future.
The Northside Film Festival seeks to give emerging filmmakers a platform to showcase their work to new audiences. During the Northside DIY Film Competition submission process for short and feature films, cult film jury geniuses choose the work to be screened. Northside Film takes place during the first three days of the Northside Festival at Nitehawk Cinemas, Videology, the Wythe Hotel and UnionDocs.