Schedule for Friday, May 5, 2017

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Clone of $15 All Access Day Pass For Friday May 5, 2017 - Gateway Community College

Good For All Films Fri May 5, 2017 At Gateway Community College
This Friday, $15 ALL ACCESS Discount Day and Evening Pass is ticketed through the NHIFF ticketing vendor Eventbrite. Service fees may apply. This pass is an ALL ACCESS Day and Evening Discount Pass for Friday May 5, 2017. It allows the bearer to attend any day or evening films at Gateway Community College.   All day pass for all the films you can see. All seating is first come first served. Ticket holders of online sales must arrive no later than 20 minutes before a screening for priority seating. Single tickets are cash only, sold at the the festival information desk in front of Room N100 and may or may not be available online. All shows are subject to change without notice.   

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05.05.17
10:00 am
Gateway Community College
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DRAMA-TIC SHORTS Part I

12:00pm Thursday May 4 - Gateway CC Part 1 of 4
11:15am Friday May 5 - Gateway CC
Dramatic Shorts I - I'm Here For You, GRAS: Generally Recognized as Safe, Papaunderwater, Photo Op, Adorn, Ten More, North & Nowhere, Brutus    

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05.05.17
11:15 am
Gateway Community College
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Comedy Shorts I LYAO - All New Haven Area Premieres

5:15pm Thursday May 4 - Gateway CC
11:30am Friday May 5 - Gateway CC
Comedy Shorts I - Loren The Robot Butler: Teach Me How To Dougie!, Gonna Be a, Soldier, Still, Shoot Me Nicely, A world of Pleasure, Wifey Redux, Glue, Cheaters

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05.05.17
12:15 pm
Gateway Community College
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"Little Wound's Warriors" Connecticut Premiere

12:15pm Friday May 5 - Gateway CC
Human Rights & Social Justice Series
As Pine Ridge Indian Reservation faces the lasting effects of inter-generational trauma as well as a recent teen suicide epidemic, the voices of Little Wound High School students rise up in hope through their traditions, language, and the Lakota warrior heritage.  

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05.05.17
12:15 pm
Gateway Community College
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"The Lost Village" - Connecticut Premiere

Friday 1:15pm - Gateway CC
Human Rights & Social Justice Series
In Greenwich Village there is Debt Slavery and prostitution at local colleges due to high tuition and fees for students. NYU and other Land Lords are changing the character of the Bohemian Village due to outrageous rents and pass along real estate taxes.

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05.05.17
1:15 pm
Gateway Community College
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"Rigoberta Menchú: Daughter of the Maya" - Nobel Lauret

1:30pm Friday May 5 - Gateway CC
Human Rights & Social Justice Series
In 1959, a little girl was born into a poor family, in one of the most remote, mountainous areas of Guatemala. One year later, civil war broke out in Guatemala, and her tiny village was soon swept up in a tidal wave of violence. What could one family do to stand up for their rights, in a time of such great change?  

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05.05.17
1:30 pm
Gateway Community College
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"Nowhere In Michigan" Connecticut Premiere

2:00pm Friday May 5 - Gateway CC
David (Tequan Richmond) is fleeing from a murder, a pair of deadly conmen and is inadvertently toting a bag full of meth and cash with him. He ends up passing through a small, frozen, nowhere town in the heart of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

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05.05.17
2:00 pm
Gateway Community College
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"A BOLD PEACE" - MUST SEE Premiere

2:45pm Friday May 5 - Gateway CC - Human Rights & Social Justice Series
One of the world's greatest stories of nonviolence. Costa Rica's 68 Year Experiment In Peace. A Bold Peace documents one of the most positive national experiments to ever come out of Latin America. Costa Rica's bold decision to abolish their military in 1948 has had profound social consequences in the 68 years since abolition.

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05.05.17
2:45 pm
Gateway Community College
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"American Road" New Haven Area Premiere

Friday 3:00pm - Gateway CC
American Road explores the literary, musical and artistic resonances of the road in US culture, from the frontier to Kerouac and his heirs.

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05.05.17
3:00 pm
Gateway Community College
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"Attempt On The State" & "Gaza. A Gaping Wound" CT Premieres

4:00pm Friday May 5 - Gateway CC
Human Rights & Social Justice Series
One family’s tragedy through the historic prism of the whole country. Can you imagine a European state where people live under total control of intelligence services? And those, who dared to stand up against the system, are physically destroyed! Spouses Vladimir Vashkevich and Inara Vilkaste have lived through this “Orwellian” nightmare. Terror acts, political murders, kidnappings, corruption in upper echelons of power, - the world where human rights mean nothing.

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05.05.17
4:00 pm
Gateway Community College
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"BITCH" Inspirational Swedish Import - Love Dogs? Love Bitch!

4:30pm Friday May 5 - Gateway CC
A stray dog from the alleyways of New Delhi finds itself transported to Sweden, where she is thrust into a series of interactions with some pretty colorful people. And in the end, perhaps there's a reason life brought her there.

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05.05.17
4:30 pm
Gateway Community College
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"Broke" New Haven Premiere Film From Down Under

5:00pm Friday May 5 - Gateway CC
A compelling redemption story of a disgraced Australian rugby star whose bottomed-out life haltingly turns around when he is "adopted" by a widower and his daughter. A quite moving portrayal of working class Sydney not typically seen by American audiences.

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05.05.17
5:00 pm
Gateway Community College
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"Einstein's God Model" Sci-Fi Connecticut Premiere

5:15pm Friday May 5 - Gateway CC
Directed by New Haven Resident: Philip Johnson
"Einstein's God Model" is an independent feature film that explores the connection between quantum physics, string theory, and life after death.

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05.05.17
5:15 pm
Gateway Community College
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FRIDAY NIGHT DRAMA-TIC SHORTS IV

6:15pm Friday May 5 - Gateway CC
“ Fireflies “ Directed By: Raouf Zaki    - When a withdrawn Middle Eastern man begins frequenting a Boston cafe, the headwaiter grows increasingly suspicious about the true nature of his visits. Through flashbacks and the increasing suspicion of the patrons, we learn in this silent film that Marwan is a man whose glass has just been emptied. “ SPLIT TICKET “ Directed By:Alfred Thomas    Catalfo - In 1947, newly-minted congressmen/future presidents John F. Kennedy, age 29, and Richard Nixon, age 34, travel to Pennsylvania where they must make a fateful decision. A supernatural drama based on true events. “ DANNI "    Directed By: Peter Jensen, Written and Executive Producer by: Diane Reilly - DANNI goes on a journey to explore relationship addiction and seeks to find out at what cost does one become "clean" or not “ Aimless “ Directed By: Mark Bellusci - Talk about an awkward, chance encounter. This is definitely not what either Karen or Sal expected or planned for. But now that they're in it, how the hell do they get out of it? A dark comedy (or a comedic drama - your call). Shot with a Canon 5D MKII, Canon T3i, Canon Vixia G20, and Magic Lantern. Edited on Sony Vegas Pro 13. “ Hide/Seek “ Directed By: Matt Newton - A young couple's innocent game of hide and seek in the woods goes horribly wrong in this short horror written and directed by Matt Newton.    New York City filmmaker.  Filmed in Guilford, CT. "August In The City" Directed by: Christie Conochalla, Wriiten & Produced by: Lisa Tedesco - Two young women find themselves completely drawn to each other but one fears the repercussions of society in 1978 Brooklyn.

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05.05.17
6:15 pm
Gateway Community College
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"Food Haven" World Premiere - 7:00pm Friday May 5

Triple Feature With Short Films "Risky Business" & "The End Of Sushi"
A “Celebration of Culture" A look into the ever-evolving food culture of New Haven, Connecticut. A city that at one point was considered one of the most dangerous in America, has focused its efforts into becoming a diverse culinary food mecca.

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05.05.17
7:00 pm
Gateway Community College
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"GOLD STAR" New Haven Premiere 8:00pm Friday May 5

Starring Robert Vaugh & Catherine Curtin
Gold Star - New Haven Premiere - Co-Starring Connecticut Filmmaker: Victoria Negri & Robert Vaughn (Man from UNCLE, Magnificent Seven, Bullitt, Hustle) in his final film performance and Catherine Curtin (Orange is the New Black, Wolf of Wall Street, The Bourne Legacy). 8:00pm Room S211 Gateway Community College  

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05.05.17
8:00 pm
Gateway Community College