60 minsThe ART SEEN section of the Nitehawk Shorts Festival explores the relationship between art and film in the cinema. Programmed by Meriem Bennani and Art1. Bennani will be joined by Art21 for a talk after the screening.
In This Program: ART SEEN: Meriem Bennani’s Exploded Visions & Selected Shorts
November 8, 2017 7:30 pm SOLD OUT
120 minsTHE EYESLICER is a mind-melting new variety TV show that will slice, dice, then mince your eyeballs into delicious ceviche. Join creators Dan Schoenbrun and Vanessa McDonnell for a one-night-only live event featuring a robot host, communal milk and cookies, and an episode presented in special 'Smell-O-Vision.'
In This Program: THE EYESLICER ROADSHOW — Presented in Smell-O-Vision
THE EYESLICER ROADSHOW
November 8, 2017 9:15 pm SOLD OUT
88 minsThe MATINEE ONE program of the Nitehawk Shorts Festival features nine short films that portray a sense of unity, trust, acceptance and self-discovery punctuated with some genuine humor. Includes Q&A with filmmakers.
November 11, 2017 11:30 am SOLD OUT
93 minsThe MATINEE TWO program of the Nitehawk Shorts Festival features nine short films about community, race, loss, and family bonds. Includes Q&A with filmmakers.
November 12, 2017 11:30 am SOLD OUT
88 minsThe Nitehawk Shorts Festival MIDNITE screening, co-programmed with Sam Zimmerman (Shudder) features the very best in new horror voices. Includes an introduction by filmmakers.
November 10, 2017 11:59 pm SOLD OUT
78 minsThe MUSIC DRIVEN program highlights new voices in music videos and documentaries. This program includes a special selection from Mass Appeal and a post-screening Q&A with filmmakers.
In This Program: IN UNDERTOW, A NOVEL LIGHT THAT CHANGED, ACTION BRONSON’S FAVORITE FOODS, HATIS NOIT, THE AFGHAN WHIGS – ORIOLE, HATES BECOMES YOU, MY DARLING, MISTER GOODNITE – ADULTERESS, THIAROYE BY THE SEA, MY BODY – MOOD, DIFF’ERENT, DJ MOJO – MUSIC IS LIFE, CHRYSALIS, RHYTHM ROULETTE: WONDAGURL, BURN THE RIVER DOWN
November 9, 2017 7:30 pm SOLD OUT
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.
November 7, 2017 7:30 pm SOLD OUT