3rd Annual North Beach American Film Festival presents: Saturday Night Waterfront Screening
A curated collection of short films opening screening on the waterfront including; Take Me to the Stars, Chipped, Under the Same Sun, Sac De Merde, and Murder House.
Take Me to the Stars
A young boy, dealing with a recent handicap and a vivid imagination, tries to understand his distant father while dealing with the death of his wonderful mother.
Set in 1987, this sci-fi follows a family in Pittsburgh connected to a biotech company called DreamVision that bridges the gap between reality and the imaginary. The film follows a young mute named Tim, who was a test subject for DreamVision, as he begins to understand and develop his unique abilities.
Under The Same Sun
A young man discovers a View Master in his grandmother's attic. When used, it allows him to relive memories of his past in full consciousness and detail. Almost every year around thanksgiving a group of high school friends from Elysburg, PA plan, shoot, and edit a music video in 48 hours, recapping how they've felt about the past year's events. Each video incorporates elements from the past years and tries to introduce new characters.
Sac De Merde
Based on a true story, "Sac de Merde" tells the tale of Mazel Mankewicz, an unlucky-in-love yet irrationally optimistic New Yorker who thinks her luck has changed when she spends the night with the man of her dreams. As it turns out, he might just be full of shit. Literally.
Every town has a haunted house located within its borders.
If not haunted by things unseen and unknown, then a place
borne of violent tragedy. Some of these houses become
legendary and enter the national conscience. The
Amityville Horror in upstate New York comes to mind.
Tonight is the five-year anniversary of the Cavanaugh
family massacre, and for the first time in several years,
someone will dare to enter the belly of the beast in
Edgewood, Marylandthe Murder House.
Sally Donaldson Center (View)
9023 Bay Avenue
North Beach, MD 20714
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