Q&As with Chloë Sevigny, Andrew T. Betzer, Dustin Guy Defa, Gina Telaroli, John Wilson and Tommy Davis at October 2 and 4 screenings.

This program, now in its second year, showcases work from some of the most exciting filmmakers living and working in New York today, including established names and ones to watch. Programmed by Dan Sullivan.

Chloë Sevigny, USA, 2016, 35mm, 15m
North American Premiere
Sevigny’s highly anticipated directorial debut is an adaptation of a Paul Bowles short story, a hypnotic and ethereal fairy tale for today about a young girl’s feline reveries.

I Turn to Jello
Andrew T. Betzer, USA, 2016, 15m
World Premiere
A metropolitan nightmare unfurls as a nervous cellist (Eleanore Pienta) cracks under pressure at an audition—and again, and again, and . . .  

Dramatic Relationships
Dustin Guy Defa, USA, 2016, 6m
North American Premiere
Scenes from the working life of a male director: Defa sophisticatedly lampoons masculinity in filmmaking with this sly, surprising meta-movie.

This Castle Keep
Gina Telaroli, USA, 2016, 14m
World Premiere
The shapeshifting latest from the multi-hyphenate Telaroli is a moving elegy for that which gets lost over the years in a changing city.

Los Angeles Plays New York
John Wilson, USA, 2016, 18m
World Premiere
In this engrossing and hilarious documentary, Wilson puts it all on the line to investigate the televised performances of justice and New York (the latter by Los Angeles, of course).

The Honeymoon
Tommy Davis, USA, 2016, 3m
World Premiere
A campy and cryptic love letter that features a new, quintessentially American take on Morse code.