Coney Island Film Festival

Saturday, September 25, 2010 - 2pm
Sideshows By The Seashore, 1208 Surf Ave. Ground floor

Tickets are $6. Tickets available during Festival hours at the Coney Island USA Giftshop box office, 1208 Surf Ave. Ground Floor, Cash Only. All tickets sales are non-refundable.

"Ray Condo's Crazy Mixed Up World"

Debra Dawson, Vancouver, BC, Canada. Animation, 4:07, World Premiere!

If YOU had your own personal theme park, WHAT attractions would be in it?

Banana Bread

Barton Landsman, New York NY, USA, Short, 9:00

Matt Meyerson has a worried Jewish mother. She’s concerned about his health, the freelance nature of his work, and just about everything else. But when Matt leaves for his job, we discover that his mom might actually have good reason to worry.


We Could Be Ninjas

Poz Lang, New York NY, USA. Short, 10:47, New York Premiere!

A boy named Eric has swallowed more behavior modifying drugs than he has home cooked meals. His mom has him perpetually grounded. And today, after being beaten again by a group of little kids, he decides he must learn to fight back. But how can he sign up for karate class when he isn't allowed to leave the block?

We Could Be Ninjas is a black comedy that explores the cruel and ridiculous ways in which kids learn to stand on their own two feet, and do some kicking.


With Anchovies...Without Mamma

Thomas Justino, Brooklyn NY, USA. Short, 24:36, Brooklyn Premiere!

An anchovy makes its way onto a pizza triggering a series of bizarre consequences.


Paul Borghese, New York, NY, USA. Short, 21:47

A short comedy about a mafia hit man (Vincent Pastore) who lets his fear of extraterrestrials interfere with his professional life.

Thy Kill Be Done
Greg Hanson, Casey Regan, Rocky Point, NY, USA. Short, 16:40, New York Premiere!

When the Monsignor priest of a small church is killed by a gang of no-good hoodlums and their leader, the nuns in the church's clergy must take revenge. But these are no ordinary nuns...


Bobby Visits The Library

Eric Krasner, MD, USA. Short, 3:12, New York Premiere!

Take a vintage educational film about the children's room of the local library and add a scene or two from the cult classic, 'Perversion for Profit' and this is what you end up with!

Paradise Beach

Louis Netter , Yonkers, NY, USA. Animation, 2:11

Fantasy and hyper-reality are blended in the wandering gaze of a young boy on vacation. The beach is both a place of lust and boyhood obsessions and, a horror show of strange mishaps. Madcap fun and light satire reign in this delightful short film.

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