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Manhattan Short Film Festival

Thursday, September 29th, 2016 7:00 pm
$12.00, 4 shows: Thurs. 9/29, Fri. 9/30, Sat. 10/1 & Sun. 10/2
BUY TICKETS TO ANY SHOW HERE Our annual screening of the Manhattan Short Film Festival is here! Join us  when over 100,000 film lovers in over 250 cities gather in a variety of venues for one purpose...to view and vote on the Finalist's Films in the 19th Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival. 10 short films were selected out of over 800 submissions from around the globe, and the audience at each venue votes on their favorite. We'll be showing the 10 short films at 4 different showtimes (please note - it's the SAME program every show): Thurs. 9/29 at 7pm, Fri. 9/30 at 7pm, Sat. 10/1 at 7pm, and Sun. 10/2 at 2pm. All tickets are $12.00, general seating. Doors open 1/2 hour before showtime and seating is first come, first serve. Beverages and snacks will be available. Watch the trailer HERE Read about the films HERE

Manhattan Short Film Festival

Friday, September 30th, 2016 7:00 pm
$12.00, 4 shows: Thurs. 9/29, Fri. 9/30, Sat. 10/1 & Sun. 10/2
BUY TICKETS TO ANY SHOW HERE Our annual screening of the Manhattan Short Film Festival is here! Join us  when over 100,000 film lovers in over 250 cities gather in a variety of venues for one purpose...to view and vote on the Finalist's Films in the 19th Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival. 10 short films were selected out of over 800 submissions from around the globe, and the audience at each venue votes on their favorite. We'll be showing the 10 short films at 4 different showtimes (please note - it's the SAME program every show): Thurs. 9/29 at 7pm, Fri. 9/30 at 7pm, Sat. 10/1 at 7pm, and Sun. 10/2 at 2pm. All tickets are $12.00, general seating. Doors open 1/2 hour before showtime and seating is first come, first serve. Beverages and snacks will be available. Watch the trailer HERE Read about the films HERE

Manhattan Short Film Festival

Saturday, October 1st, 2016 7:00 pm
$12.00, 4 shows: Thurs. 9/29, Fri. 9/30, Sat. 10/1 & Sun. 10/2
BUY TICKETS TO ANY SHOW HERE Our annual screening of the Manhattan Short Film Festival is here! Join us  when over 100,000 film lovers in over 250 cities gather in a variety of venues for one purpose...to view and vote on the Finalist's Films in the 19th Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival. 10 short films were selected out of over 800 submissions from around the globe, and the audience at each venue votes on their favorite. We'll be showing the 10 short films at 4 different showtimes (please note - it's the SAME program every show): Thurs. 9/29 at 7pm, Fri. 9/30 at 7pm, Sat. 10/1 at 7pm, and Sun. 10/2 at 2pm. All tickets are $12.00, general seating. Doors open 1/2 hour before showtime and seating is first come, first serve. Beverages and snacks will be available. Watch the trailer HERE Read about the films HERE

Manhattan Short Film Festival

Sunday, October 2nd, 2016 2:00 pm
$12.00, 4 shows: Thurs. 9/29, Fri. 9/30, Sat. 10/1 & Sun. 10/2
BUY TICKETS HERE Our annual screening of the Manhattan Short Film Festival is here! Join us  when over 100,000 film lovers in over 250 cities gather in a variety of venues for one purpose...to view and vote on the Finalist's Films in the 19th Annual MANHATTAN SHORT Film Festival. 10 short films were selected out of over 800 submissions from around the globe, and the audience at each venue votes on their favorite. We'll be showing the 10 short films at 4 different showtimes (please note - it's the SAME program every show): Thurs. 9/29 at 7pm, Fri. 9/30 at 7pm, Sat. 10/1 at 7pm, and Sun. 10/2 at 2pm. All tickets are $12.00, general seating. Doors open 1/2 hour before showtime and seating is first come, first serve. Beverages and snacks will be available. Watch the trailer HERE Read about the films HERE

ONE BIG HOME

Sunday, October 9th, 2016 5:00 pm
documentary film
BUY TICKETS HERE  

Food On Film: Fried Green Tomatoes

Thursday, January 12th, 2017 6:00 pm
$18, includes movie & small plate menu
There’s trouble abuzz in the fifth Food on Film series presented by Wellfleet Preservation Hall and Lola’s Local Food Lab, featuring fugitives from the law, from the kitchen, and from ones’ own psyche and moral center. This year's theme......Southern Odysseys: Culinary Sojourns We'll be steppin’ lively like a Cat on a Hot Tin Roof! Our protagonists are all on a personal odyssey in search of redemption, which happen to take place in southern states, where cuisine and culture provide simple inspiration and remind us “the treasure you seek may not be the treasure you find.” The series will provide a nice dash of heat this winter and inspire some awesome small plates that will accompany each film. Thurs. Jan. 12, Tonight's feature: FRIED GREEN TOMATOES (1991) - 2 Oscar Nominations Directed by Jon Avnet from a screenplay by Fannie Flagg adapted from her novel. Starring Kathy Bates, Mary Stuart Masterson, Jessica Tandy, Mary-Louise Parker and Cicely Tyson. A feast of acting talent serves up stellar performances in this classic, reflecting southern manners of hospitality with a dash of hostility. Chocolate is the mnemonic choice of Evelyn Couch, as she is mesmerized by tales she isn’t certain are tall.      

Food On Film: Chef

Thursday, February 2nd, 2017 6:00 pm
$18, includes movie & small plate menu
There’s trouble abuzz in the fifth Food on Film series presented by Wellfleet Preservation Hall and Lola’s Local Food Lab, featuring fugitives from the law, from the kitchen, and from ones’ own psyche and moral center. This year's theme......Southern Odysseys: Culinary Sojourns We'll be steppin’ lively like a Cat on a Hot Tin Roof! Our protagonists are all on a personal odyssey in search of redemption, which happen to take place in southern states, where cuisine and culture provide simple inspiration and remind us “the treasure you seek may not be the treasure you find.” The series will provide a nice dash of heat this winter and inspire some awesome small plates that will accompany each film. Thursday Feb. 2nd, tonight's feature: CHEF (2014) Directed by Jon Favreau. Starring Jon Favreau, Dustin Hoffman, John Leguizano, Scarlett Johansson and Robert Downey Jr. O for the freedom of the road! A charming (but Lola finds implausible) story about a chef who learns the true meaning of “eating his words,” Chef is a rollicking road movie with great music and a hot griddle, but does not accurately portray the rigors of service in a Food Truck. A fun escapist film that will make you want to invest in a Panini press.    

Food On Film: Chef

Thursday, February 23rd, 2017 6:00 pm
$18, includes movie & small plate menu
There’s trouble abuzz in the fifth Food on Film series presented by Wellfleet Preservation Hall and Lola’s Local Food Lab, featuring fugitives from the law, from the kitchen, and from ones’ own psyche and moral center. This year's theme......Southern Odysseys: Culinary Sojourns We'll be steppin’ lively like a Cat on a Hot Tin Roof! Our protagonists are all on a personal odyssey in search of redemption, which happen to take place in southern states, where cuisine and culture provide simple inspiration and remind us “the treasure you seek may not be the treasure you find.” The series will provide a nice dash of heat this winter and inspire some awesome small plates that will accompany each film. Thursday, Feb. 23rd, tonight's feature:  A COLLECTION OF SHORT DOCUMENTARIES produced by the Southern Foodways Alliance, a member-supported organization based at the University of Mississippi’s Center for the Study of Southern Culture, that documents, studies, and explores the diverse food cultures of the changing American South. Including: OTHA TURNER By Ava Lowrey (7 min). In the late 1950’s, fife and drum legend Otha Turner began hosting annual Labor Day picnics at his property in Gravel Springs, Mississippi. Turner would butcher and roast goat, pork, and fish, drawing neighbors with the smell of his cooking and the sounds of his fife and drum. THE SWEET AUBURN CURB MARKET (11 min). The Sweet Auburn Curb Market, located a block off Auburn Avenue in Atlanta’s historic Old Fourth Ward neighborhood, is the city’s only Municipal Market. The space has long been a source of fresh food, tradition, and community in Atlanta. THEY CAME FOR SHRIMP & GRITS: THE LIFE & WORK OF BILL NEAL (14 min) By Kate Medley and Jesse Paddock. The life and legacy of Bill Neal, who changed the face of Southern restaurant cuisine when he opened Crook’s Corner in Chapel Hill, North Carolina in 1982. THE GOSPEL OF THE ALABAMA OYSTER (8.5 min)   By Joe York. In 2009, not a single oyster farm operated on the Alabama coast. By 2015, there were eight oyster-farming companies, all determined to prove that the world’s best oysters come from this Southern state. HOMINY & FRY BREAD  By Joe York. For Misty Brescia Dreifuss, cooking traditional foods outside is key to maintaining a sense of identity and community within the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians. RAISING OSSABAWS  By Joe York. A meditation on pastured pigs and tango dancing, featuring SFA Fellow Emile de Felice, and underwritten by Biltmore Estate.    

Food On Film: Chef

Thursday, March 16th, 2017 6:00 pm
$18, includes movie & small plate menu
There’s trouble abuzz in the fifth Food on Film series presented by Wellfleet Preservation Hall and Lola’s Local Food Lab, featuring fugitives from the law, from the kitchen, and from ones’ own psyche and moral center. This year's theme......Southern Odysseys: Culinary Sojourns We'll be steppin’ lively like a Cat on a Hot Tin Roof! Our protagonists are all on a personal odyssey in search of redemption, which happen to take place in southern states, where cuisine and culture provide simple inspiration and remind us “the treasure you seek may not be the treasure you find.” The series will provide a nice dash of heat this winter and inspire some awesome small plates that will accompany each film. Thursday March 16th, tonight's feature: ULEE'S GOLD (1997) -1 Oscar Nomination Written and directed by Victor Nunez. Starring Peter Fonda, Patricia Richardson, Christine Dunford and Tom Wood. A swarm of disruptions are abuzz in Ulysses Jackson’s life. Will the bees help this independent-minded and terse loner turn his troubles into Tupelo honey? Peter Fonda’s astonishing performance has been called the finest work of his career.      

Food On Film: O Brother Where Art Thou

Thursday, April 6th, 2017 6:00 pm
$18, includes movie & small plate menu
There’s trouble abuzz in the fifth Food on Film series presented by Wellfleet Preservation Hall and Lola’s Local Food Lab, featuring fugitives from the law, from the kitchen, and from ones’ own psyche and moral center. This year's theme......Southern Odysseys: Culinary Sojourns We'll be steppin’ lively like a Cat on a Hot Tin Roof! Our protagonists are all on a personal odyssey in search of redemption, which happen to take place in southern states, where cuisine and culture provide simple inspiration and remind us “the treasure you seek may not be the treasure you find.” The series will provide a nice dash of heat this winter and inspire some awesome small plates that will accompany each film. Thursday April 9th, tonight's feature: O BROTHER, WHERE ART THOU? (2000) Directed by Joel & Ethan Coen, based on Homer’s epic poem “The Odyssey”. Starring George Clooney, John Turturro, Tim Blake Nelson, Holly Hunter, John Goodman. One of our all-time most favorite films, there’s a flood of great performances, a mix of classic blues and a surreal stroll that is not your typical walk through the bluegrass park.