Join us for the 2016 KATRA FILM SERIES JUNE EDITION – featuring a varied selection of short films, web series, animation, and documentary. The 6th Edition marks our midway point of the year and final series before the 2nd round event in July.
LINEUP (not in order):
Echoes – directed by Amy Leland
A young married couple, deeply in love, walk through New York City on a gray morning wrestling with personal tragedy as they face a heart-wrenching decision just as they reach the Brooklyn Bridge.
Tick Tock – directed by Jeremiah Kipp
The sizzle reel of a single camera 1/2 hour comedy series following 3 NYC women as they face the ticking of their biological clocks.
The Small Time – Created by Andrew Rein & Jack Canfora
Ben Bernstein tries to find the one writer who can be the next big thing. Unfortunately, there aren’t a lot of great books sitting in the bottom of the barrel.
Rabbit Blood – directed by Yagmur Altan
Just an ordinary day at an old mysterious Turkish country house where its residents have an extraordinary way of brewing tea.
What’s Eating Dad – directed by Michael Goldburg
When Chloe meets her boyfriend’s parents for the first time, what’s really for dinner is something she never imagined.
The Skull – directed by Graceann Dorse
It’s moving day, and the Gorden family must deal with a long forgotten family heirloom that has re-surfaced. As they argue about what to do with it, the past comes to life and speaks for its own desires.
Ziggy – directed by Marian Dealy
A cautionary tale about spoiling your pet.
Psychotic Break – directed by Andrew Serban
An idealistic young writer obsessed with the Rwandan genocide descends into madness after being pushed over the edge by her unsupportive older sister.
Changing of the Leaves – directed by Emory Parker
A weary old woman seeks help around the house from a sweet neighborhood boy.
Affection – directed by Chiahao Chou
A young couple tries to salvage their relationship after the grief of a miscarriage spawns tension between them.
Freebie – directed by Angela Atwood
Naïve middle-aged new lovers Wendy & Jeremy negotiate post-passion awkwardness, mistaken identity, and more than a little dishonesty at an urban jungle cafe.
Homebound – directed by Anita R. Carroll
A semi-autobiographical documentary in which the director traces her heritage in New York City throughout four generations, analyzing how we form our definitions of home, and how, and if, this definition changes.
2016 Katra Film Series – June 22, 2016 – 7p-11:30p
Katra Film Series
217 Bowery btw. Rivington and Prince St.
New York, NY 10001
$15 advance online ticket sales
$20 cash door only
(All tickets include Screenings & Q&A)
Do you have a short film, web series, short doc, music video you’d like to submit? We’re looking for short content of any genre/form no longer than 45 minutes in length. From NO BUDGET to BIG BUDGET. JUST WOW US! Visual art, experimental, animations are welcome! Submit via Film Freeway https://filmfreeway.com/festival/KatraFilmSeries