DICKENSON AVENUE: THE [MOSTLY] TRUE STORY OF THE PADDOCK CLUB Set for NewFilmmakers NY Tonight
NewFilmmakers is a unique Screening Series that gives new filmmakers the opportunity to screen their films in New York, Los Angeles, and Online.
Tonight, July 29th, NewFilmmakers screens a Short Film Program, our first Rough Cut Screening, and the Feature Presentations DICKENSON AVENUE: THE [MOSTLY] TRUE STORY OF THE PADDOCK CLUB.
6:00 PM Short Film Program
James McKenzie OUT (2014, 9 minutes)
During a weekend away, a young queer girl struggles with whether or not to come out to her mother.
David J. Diaz STRANGE BEDFELLOWS (2014, 18 minutes) Charles's marriage of 'convenience' to Grace is suddenly inconvenient when Grace's hot date Fernando is coming over to tango.
Greg Emetaz BOWES ACADEMY (2014, 15 minutes)
Daniel Bloom, a deeply conservative 15-year-old presidential hopeful who will do anything to escape his public high school to the elite boys boarding school of his dreams...until Bowes Academy seems to know more about his sexual orientation than he does.
Chloe Jury-Fogel STEVIE (2014, 18 minutes)
Stevie plays basketball on an outdoor court with her best friend, Large, when she is interrupted by Justin, Large's cousin who is new to town. Justin asks Stevie on a date. The next day, Stevie receives a makeover and dating advice from her younger sister.
7:00 PM Special Program Our First Rough Cut Screening
Brandon Ruckdashel GRINDER (2015, 89 minutes)
Luke (Tyler Austin), an innocent teenager, in search of his sexual identity, leaves his abusive home in the suburbs for the promise of a modeling job in New York City. There he meets Rich (Jon Fleming), an unscrupulous model agent and is dragged into the dark world of New York nightlife. Tim (Brandon Ruckdashel),
8:45 PM Feature Presentation
Michael Bojtos DICKINSON AVENUE: THE [MOSTLY] TRUE STORY OF THE PADDOCK CLUB (2015, 100 minutes, video) How did a southern gay bar become one of the longest continually operating LGBT businesses in America? It's time you knew....
NewFilmmakers screens at Anthology Film Archives on the Lower East Side at 32 Second Avenue & 2nd Street. Tickets are $6 and are good for the whole night and go on sale at 5:30PM the night of performance at the Anthology Box Office. There is no advanced or online sales.
NewFilmmakers LA screens at the AT&T Center, 1139 S Hill Street, and has become a leading showcase for new films in Hollywood. Many features screened at NewFilmmakers are now available on NewFilmmakers Online.