Scene Brooklyn: 2010 BAC Film Festival

Thursday, May 06, 2010

Scene: Brooklyn is a film festival exclusively devoted to Brooklyn filmmakers.

Our highlights:


Here's his short film, Jettison Your Loved Ones -- a mockumentary of a man looking to the sea for escape. Over...and over....and over again. And the children he left behind.


The film Dock Ellis and the LSD No-No celebrates what's quite possibly the greatest athletic achievement of all time. This lucid short tells the tale of Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher Dock Ellis and his psychedelic 1970 no-hitter against the San Diego Padres.

Additional notable animated films:

Omar and His Skyhook, directed by Doug Purver
Things That Smell Like Things That Aren't OK, directed by Molly Schwartz


Scene: Brooklyn  runs through Friday, May 15, at venues throughout Brooklyn.


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Comments [1]

chissy n from Columbus, OH

"Brian Eno" on SNL--gotta love mgmt!

May. 08 2010 10:33 PM

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