Join us June 8th for the next lineup of short films at the 2013 Katra Film Series.
Sponsored by FILMMAKER Magazine, En La Escena TV, The Cinema Couch, VOXXI, Hello World, and much more. The audience will select the top film to move on to the 2nd round.
In partnership with Everyone Matters, a global media campaign to reduce intolerance, the Best Short Film Winner of 2012 Felix Thompson was awarded a one-on-one meeting with acclaimed Producer Stephen Nemeth from the Academy-Award Nominated The Sessions (starring John Hawkes, Helen Hunt, William H. Macy, and Moon Bloodgood). Other Producer credits include Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (starring Johnny Depp and directed by Terry Gilliam), Why Do Fools Fall in Love (starring Halle Berry), and Dogtown and Z Boys, among many others.
Katra Film Series launched in the Summer of 2012 and has grown into one of the most premier short film showcase in NYC. Every month we screen a selection of short films by up-and-coming and established filmmakers living, studying or working in NYC and provide a great networking platform for industry folks. The selected films will also be considered for the 2013 East Harlem International Film Festival and the 2013 Katra Film Series Grand Finale.
Get your advance tickets for a discounted price before sale ends in a few days – http://kfsjuneedition.eventbrite.com/
Madurando – directed by Frisly Soberanis Jr.
Riff – directed by Esteban Uribe
East Willy B – directed by Yamin Segal
Lines of Glory – directed by Jack Gattanella
Musie – directed by Phil Thompson
Those Kids in Brooklyn – directed by Nicole Asinor
Katra Film Series
217 Bowery St. between Rivington & Prince St.
2 for 1 drink special from 6p-7p.
Free Food buffet 6p-7p
$12 advance online ticket sales
$15 at the door
(includes screenings, drink specials, free food and after party)
Do you have you’d like to screen with us? Email us a link of your film to review to the following address firstname.lastname@example.org. No deadline or entry fee to submit. We’re looking for quality short films no longer than 15 minutes in length. We’ll make exceptions if the film is really good. Music Videos, short docs, visual art, experimental, animations all are welcome!