Join us Saturday AUGUST 23RD as we showcase 10 riveting short films by NYC’s top emerging filmmakers! Each director will compete for the opportunity to move on to the 3rd round, win a prize from Seed&Spark Pulp NYC Carpingo Corfu Grill and more.

Launched in the Summer of 2012, Katra Film Series screens a selection of quality short films by emerging and award-winning filmmakers in NYC and provides a great networking platform for industry professionals. In partnership with Everyone Matters and Rhino Films the 2014 Grand Prize Winner will be awarded a one-on-one meeting with acclaimed Producer Stephen Nemeth from the Academy-Award Nominated The Sessions and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

2014 Katra Film Series Saturday August 23, 2014 – 6pm–10:30pmKATRA – 217 Bowery St. Btw. Rivington & Prince St. New York, NY 10002Official Website: http://www.katrafilmseries.com/Follow Us: Facebook/Twitter/Instagram: @KatraFilmSeries

Film Lineup (lineup subject to change):

House of the Rising Sun – directed by Inga Moren
Immerse in a surreal hospital, Chloe’s wish to die becomes an exchange for a new life that is all but ordinary.

Here’s looking at you, Kid – directed by Karen Goldfarb
In war-torn Casablanca, anything can happen when two lovers reunite in this spoof of the classic film…

Schlock Fish – directed by Esteban Uribe
After witnessing death of a stranger, a recluse finds the truth about himself. Attached some film stills.

Love, Death, and Hipstery – directed by Stanislav Lavrik
After witnessing death of a stranger, a recluse finds the truth about himself. Attached some film stills.

Otaku – directed by Juliet O’Reilly
Alistair, an anime character impersonator, receives treatment he never expected after his act catches the attention of two young women.

Six – directed by Frank Jerky
SIX is a short film that deals with the issue of gun control – told through the story of a child who finds a gun

Singhing Bee – directed by Aby Rao
Harjinder (Honey) Singh is a 10-year-old Indian-American boy poised on the brink of a major turning point in his life.

Pink Out – directed by Keith Haitkin
John, the owner of “Sauna Sensations,” is at a crossroads in his profession when one of his employees decides to leave. The recycling is also really starting to pile up.

Lily In The Grinder – directed by Michael Morgenstern
Ryan struggles to find meaning in his provisional existence, exploring sex and death and the idea of ‘becoming something.’

Pots & Lids – directed by Giulio Poidomani
Nick loses his dog and looks for him in the neighborhood. On his journey, he will find love.

KATRA Film Series
217 Bowery St. between Rivington & Prince St.
New York, NY 10002
2 for 1 drink specials from 6p-8p.
$15 advance online ticket sales (includes afterparty)
$20 door price
Full dinner & hookah menu available. All ticket sales are final.

Do you have a short film, web series, documentary, music video you’d like to submit? Katra Film Series is looking for quality short content of any genre/form no longer than 15 minutes in length. However, we make exceptions based on quality, storytelling, and production value. Music videos, short docs, visual art, experimental, animations are welcome! To submit your film, click here