BROOKLYN SMALL/NO BUDGET SHORT
Often the filmmakers who focus on telling the most intimate and local stories about working people are small-no budget teams who self-produce their short films (scripted and documentary), volunteering their time and turning their own pockets inside-out, while outreaching for outside support and gathering donations (including a bunch of bananas for craft services on shoot day).
THESE FILMS WERE HARD TO GET MADE BEFORE
HOW HARD WILL IT BE, GOING FORTH....
To give encouragement, we'd like to showcase these filmmakers and the films they've already produced. Their shorts are as relevant now -- often more so -- as when they wrote and shot them. Plus they have stories to share about what inspired them, what it took to get their projects completed, and how making their films impacted their lives. We want to give them a platform to remember and celebrate that they are filmmakers and storytellers. We want them to inspire you.
Online Virtual Screening Of Short Film
And Q&A With Brooklyn Filmmaker
(15 Audience Slots)
FREE / ADMIT ONE
WHAT IS MOST IMPORTANT
Your film speaks vividly and imaginatively to the lives / concerns / joys / hopes of working people
ARE YOU TELLING OUR STORY?
Short Film (15 min or less)
Produced in last five years (2015 and later)
Brooklyn Writer, Director, or Producer (rest of creative team invited to participate at showcase)
Phone interview with Trayce, Catering2Us creator and showcase host, to come up with discussion topics.
Online virtual showcase date announced, with free open sign-up for (15) audience members.
Short film screened within showcase for audience response and filmmaker Q&A. At end, audience members asked to make a $5 (or more) donation to APPRECIATION$ FUND.
Showcase video is made -- editing out the actual film screening -- and posted on Catering2Us for free screening. Viewers of the showcase video who want to view the short film (1x online screening) can make a $5 (or more) donation to the APPRECIATION$ FUND.