DAMN! Film Series concludes Spring 2016 Season

(released 4/18/2016)

The Spring 2016 season of the DAMN! Film Series comes to a close tomorrow evening. That's Tuesday, April 19.... so boom!

The DAMN stands for the hometowns of the founders: Denver, Memphis, and New York.  Those founders are Lanie Zipoy and Phil Newsom.  They swear that they are showcasing the best DAMN! short films around.  Show up and decide for yourself.

We attended a screening last year and it was a great event with many of the cast and crews, family, and friends.

They held quite a few screenings in 2015 and have split 2016 into two seasonal sessions.  The Spring session was March 1, March 28, and this April 19 night.  The Fall 2016 season is still accepting submissions via FilmFreeway through June 15.  In addition to the opportunity to reunite with friends at an exhibition of their work, the BEST DAMN! film of the series will be awarded $2,000 for their next film.

Screenings are held at Theaterlab, which on the 3rd floor of 357 West 36th Street in Manhattan.  Tickets are $7.00 with doors opening at 6:45pm and the show starts at 7:15pm.  http://www.damnfilmseries.com

Here are the films that are screening in Program 3 of the Spring 2016 season.

A Conversational Place
(dir Bob Giraldi | US | 13 min, 23 sec)
A narcissistic voice over teacher discovers something surprising during a lesson with an insecure student.

Danny Dynamite
(dir Henry Drayton | US | 14 min, 43 sec)
A high school dweeb wants to take the hottest girl in school to prom. The only problem is, she only dates badass guys. He realizes the only way to get her to notice him is to get in touch with his bad side. With guidance from his animated wrestling action figure 'Danny Dynamite' he devises a devious plan to steal the prom dress she's always wanted.

Estocolmo (Stockholm)
(dir Alvaro Martin | Spain | 9 min)
Writing a school report about your father's occupation can be a challenge — especially when his work is disturbing. In Spanish.

Ministry of Guilt
(dir Detsky Graffam | UK | 10 min)
The Ministry of Guilt is coming.  Confess before it is too late.

My Sister Mosy
(dir Ted Limpert | US | 9 min, 50 sec)
Feeling abandoned by his sister, a stubborn young man relives his childhood memories at their family cabin while simultaneously trying to reconnect.

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