addition, a special night of Experiential and Documentary short films will be shown Friday night, June 6th, at the Wythe Hotel also located in Williamsburg, beginning at 7pm.
The Brooklyn Film Festival officially began on Saturday, May 31, and will continue through to Sunday, June 8th. The festival will be followed up by their annual awards
scientific tale detailing the region of the human brain that composes our emotional life. The Experiential roster also includes, Ghost of a Smile, by Denmark directors
of a musical performance that can only be played within the chamber, and the sheer mathematical aloofness of its 'priest'. Punk Love is a cathartic crescendo encounter
enduring daily abrasions beneath the worlds suffocating waters. The film also displays a constant emergence of love from two worlds colliding, that the director says could either lead us to lose our self or lead us to find our self.
In addition to these memorable experiential shorts there are numerous others to choose from.
Check out the Brooklyn Film Festival website for more details on these and other great films from this year’s lineup.
Hove’s Menthol is an unforgettable fluid narrative that tells the story of four young men reuniting and then disconnecting within a realm of guilt and lies. The film starts
out with a brilliant and explosive acid scene that involves the main character John tripping on acid after a precarious occurrence.
The four young comrades endure a night of colliding unsuspected realities that creates riveting cinema. Menthol is a provocative depiction of four young men who
are made whole or broken by the unwarranted but lasting human experience they encounter together during one fleeting night.
Yorker who returns to her hometown to follow through on an anarchistic promise she made to her deceased lesbian lover.
photographer who suspects that her declining eyesight might have psychological implications.
For example, when her boyfriend reluctantly tells her that he has been seeing a psychiatrist, she laughs at him instead of comforting him, and each photograph she
who expresses to one another their dislikes and phobias towards each other’s creative endeavors. She is repulsed by pastry and he doesn’t find her comedy very humorous. They hopelessly try to overcome their indifferences during their relationship.
In addition to these riveting films there are a bevy of other features, documentaries and experiential films to choose from that will definitely leave a lasting impression.
The 2014 Brooklyn Film Festival promises an unforgettable cinematic experience and inspiration for their audience and future aspiring film makers.
Check out the Brooklyn Film Festival website for more information regard the film line-up and selected venues showing the films.
where: 289 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
where: 287 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, NY
where: 80 Wythe Avenue at N 11th St Brooklyn, NY