Manhattan Short Film Festival
Saturday, 28 September, 2019
The Manhattan Short Film Festival
will be screened on
Last Saturday, September 28, 2019 at 7pm
in the OBTC Great Room 101,
Kaplan Hall, SUNY Orange, Newburgh.
General Admission: $5; Free Admission: All students (15 years old and over)
Tickets available only at the Box Office table which opens at 5:45pm
the evening of the screening.
Here are the Manhattan Short Final 10 for 2019:
Nefta Football Club (France),
Driving Lessons (Iran),
Sylvia (United Kingdom),
The Match (Finland),
This Time Away (UK),
A Family Affair (UK),
At The End of the World (USA)
This year 1250 entries were made from 70 countries.
The Final Ten Films represent seven countries. Five of the Final Ten Films were directed by women, including one from Iran. The range of film genres is broad and includes intimate dramas, spine-tingling suspense, science fiction, hilarious comedies, and one that focuses on tennis.
The MSFF offers families and friends (15 years old and over) viewing of innovative, creative, and some funny films. All Final Ten Films will become Oscar-Qualified, thereby making them automatically eligible for an Academy Award nomination.
At the conclusion of the screening, the audience participates in voting
"Best Film and Best Actor"
The votes from all venues worldwide are counted, and the winners are announced by Manhattan Short Film Festival on October 7.
Results of the SUNY Orange moviegoers’ voting as well as the worldwide voting are released via Cultural Affairs e-blast on October 7.
Free, secure parking is available in Kaplan Hall parking garage
entered at 73 First St, Newburgh.
Questions may be directed to Cultural Affairs
at (845)341-4891 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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