Join us for an eclectic evening of short films, animations and documentaries, selected by ADC’s esteemed panel of curators from our friends at The FilmShop. As always, enjoy all the popcorn, beer and wine you can consume, in the company of like-minded creatives who love a good film.
This month’s BUTTER lineup is themed to Overcoming Obstacles, and the evening will include a special Q&A with the filmmakers.
The Boy Scout
The Next Part
Love in the Time of March Madness
One Year Lease
Total Run Time: 51 minutes
Thursday, October 2nd at 7pm
$5 / Members
$10 / Non-members
MEET THE CURATORS:
Albert Beniada is a screenwriter and director. He is currently at work on his next short film and on a web series about the rise and fall of a relationship. As educational coordinator for The FilmShop, he oversees its annual film conference and is co-leader of the group’s Manhattan chapter. He will become FilmShop’s executive director in 2015.
Jessica Kingdon is a Brooklyn-based writer, multimedia artist & filmmaker. She received her BA in Film Studies from Columbia University in 2009, and her MA in Media Studies from The New School in 2014. Her thesis film Looking at Animals is an experimental documentary which explores the relationship between man and animal. Her boutique production company JCKINTHEBOX produces videos for cultural institutions and nonprofits. She works part-time at the design firm 212box where she has been the in-house documentary producer since 2012. She has been a member of the film collective The FilmShop since 2009, and co-facilitated the 2013 FilmShop Summer Session. Her short films have been shown at the Brooklyn Film Festival and abroad. Her fiction has appeared in The NewerYork and Swink Magazine.
David Wittlin has been immersed in the world of filmmaking for nearly a decade. Working on commercials, TV and feature film he decided to make the switch to working almost exclusively to online video to be more a part of the creative process. In 2011 he founded Rocketship Creative with a jack-of-all trades mindset—mixing his skill set for shooting, editing and motion graphics—to independently produce online video for corporate and non-profit clients. In 2013 he teamed up on a 9-part web series for the International Rescue Committee which won a 2013 Webby Award Honoree for Public Service and Activism. Prior to this, David worked at Beliefnet as a producer. Within a year he helped them win a 2007 Webby Award for Overall Web Excellence and a 2007 ASME National Magazine Award for General Excellence Online.
PLUS, CREATE YOUR OWN “DIY” FANZINE WITH TUNICA
This month’s BUTTER will feature a special surprise from our friends at Tunica Magazine — a receptacle of international culture based in New York, which acts as a membrane to capture and showcase various talents; combining disciplines, and haring through ideas and styles.
Stay tuned for details!
- 2014-10-02 00:00:00
- ADC Gallery
- 106 West 29th Street
- New York, NY, United States