- 94 mins
The nine shorts in the CLOSING NITE screening at the Nitehawk Shorts Festival highlight bonded families, searching for a sense of belonging, and the effects of media on individuals.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12 at 7PM. Q&A WITH FILMMAKERS.
Join us afterwards for the official NSF CLOSING NITE PARTY where filmmaker prize winners will be announced. Featuring cocktails by New York Distilling and beer by Brooklyn Brewery!
Image: STREAKERS (directed by Brielle Brilliant).
In this program
Directed by Andrew K. Meyer
A club kid grappling with their identity finds liberation in NYC nightlife, while haunted by the pressures of societal norms.
Directed by Jose Fernando Rodriguez
A son films his middle-aged mother as she undertakes a hallucinatory trip down memory lane.
Directed by Brielle Brilliant
A little girl decides to become a Streaker to distract from her sister’s violent behavior.
Directed by Tynan DeLong
A group of friends try to remake THE MATRIX.
Directed by Lisa Maria Hall
An imminent death in the family puts a spotlight on the complex relationship of a free-spirited mother and her twenty-something daughter.
Directed by Matthew Frost
Our heroine JEN, a regular girl-next-door who tries to quit Instagram, wakes up the next day to discover that the Insta- personalities she has been following have materialized in her apartment – and they don’t want her to quit.
READY FOR LOVE
Directed by Dylan Pasture, Lauren McCune
Amber Lynn Weatherbee knows that the right man is out there. Maybe he’s on The Bachelor?
THE MESS HE MADE
Directed by Matthew Puccini
A man waits for the results of a Rapid HIV Test in a small town strip mall.
Directed by Ivete Lucas, Patrick Bresnan
Palm Beach International Airport’s newest snowbird has become one of the fastest growing roadside attractions in the United States.