Category archives: 2017

  • Slumberland

  • Slumberland (4:34) by James Pennington - Taking Bart home from school, a young man falls asleep and has a vivid dream.
  • Just like Music

  • [GET THIS TICKET NOW] The annual BooM BooM RooM Movie night with Return of the Cypher afterwards. Always A BIG DEAl and you better get there early to participate. The event is FREE as usual but you should RSVP to make sure you get a seat. Drink specials and giveaways, swag, networking, and deals being made. Special guest (really special guest) will be in the house for this epic event that alway[...]
  • Not Black Enough

  • African American Art & Culture Complex (762 Fulton Street) 4:00PM-5:30PM [BUY TICKET] Not Black Enough (01:22:28) by Tracey Anarella Not Black Enough is a film about class warfare and the cross-tides that African-Americans are dealing with within the black community. The film takes a sometimes humorous, always personal, brutally honest and insightful look into a seldom-explored[...]
  • Afro.Germany

  • Afro.Germany by Susanne Lenz-Gleissner, Jana Pareigis and Adama Ulrich Documentary (42 min) "Where do you come from?" "I mean, where do you really come from?" Hamburg-born Afro-German journalist Jana Pareigis has been asked these questions throughout her life. Traveling across Germany, she meets a refugee who was a victim of right-wing violence, as well as stars such as the rapper Samy Delux[...]
  • Cream

  • African American Art & Culture Complex (762 Fulton Street) 6PM-8PM [BUY TICKET] Cream by Palesa Lebona A 1960's period piece set in Oakland California centred around a 12 year-old, dark-skinned girl who is torn between her own personal identity ,and seeking the love and affection from her light-skinned grandmother.
  • The Columbarium

  • SATURDAY - LUSH LIFE THEATER (1320 Fillmore Street) 6PM-8PM [BUY TICKET] The Columbarium by Tyler Trumbo Do you have to be alive to be considered part of a neighborhood? This short black and white film shot on Super 16mm explores the concept of death through the eyes of Emmitt Waston, the long-time caretaker of thousands of cremated remains at the Neptune Society Columbarium of San[...]
  • 90 Minutes of the Fever

  • SATURDAY - LUSH LIFE THEATER (1320 Fillmore Street) 4PM-6PM [BUY TICKET] 90 Minutes of the Fever by Joan Carlson The President has declared martial law after hackers shut down the internet, TV, and phones. Fake news and alternate facts turn neighbor against neighbor, father against son, husband against wife. When technology is subtracted from the human equation, what happens when we [...]
  • Junior

  • SATURDAY - LUSH LIFE THEATER (1320 Fillmore Street) 12PM-2PM [BUY TICKET] Junior by Pearl Gluck A mother struggles with a new normal after her teenage son is murdered by an off- duty police officer.
  • Talking Piece

  • SATURDAY - LUSH LIFE THEATER (1320 Fillmore Street) 12PM-2PM [BUY TICKET] Talking Piece by KPage Stuart Valdes Jason Smith is a late 30’s, Caucasian high school principal in East New York. His wife, Julia, is a Cuban American climbing the corporate ladder. They have been in Brooklyn for 10 years, have a daughter, and live in a Park Slope brownstone. Samuel and Hugo are two brown-s[...]
  • Super Chef

  • SATURDAY - LUSH LIFE THEATER (1320 Fillmore Street) 12PM-2PM [BUY TICKET] Super Chef by Rochelle Rose Afflicted with food allergies, a young nerd concocts an imaginary hero, Super Chef, to help him conquer GMOs…and his loneliness at a flavorless summer camp.
  • On Time

  • FRIDAY - LUSH LIFE THEATER (1320 Fillmore Street) 2PM-4PM [BUY TICKET] On Time by Xavier Neal-Burgin Renee Johnson, a mother living in South Central LA, must make a difficult decision when she's late for her job interview. On Time is a proof of concept piece from the larger feature script, Rough Around The Edges, which made it past the 1st round of The Sundance Screenwriter’s Lab.[...]