Directed by Jason Giampietro
November 7, 2017 7:30 pm SOLD OUT
In the early days of the Trump presidency a New Yorker complains to a street photographer about the ways he was mistreated after making a winning bet on the election.
Jason Giampietro is a writer, director, actor and musician whose short films have played The New York Film Festival, BAMcinemaFest, and the Maryland Film Festival. His short film “Hernia” won the 2015 Hammer to Nail Summer Shorts contest and he made his acting debut in the feature “Stinking Heaven” which was distributed by Factory 25. His street photography capturing the eccentric denizens of New York City has been praised by The Village Voice, British GQ and The Guardian.
Cast: Mike Swift, Keith Poulson, Madeleine James, Arya Ghavamian, Fred Leeds, Anthony D Minto, Rob Anderson, John Link, Keith Bogan
Crew: Danilo Parra, Louie Miller, Sean Dunn, Leah Giampietro
96 minsThe OPENING NITE screening of the Nitehawk Shorts Festival highlights diverse short films by nine independent filmmakers that address power, corruption, family, and coming of age. Includes post-screening Q&A.