Coffee and a Donut is going to IndieWorks Festival!!!!

IndieWorks screens short films produced by emerging filmmakers throughout New York. It provides a platform for those filmmakers to showcase their work in front of an audience and to network with individuals in the local film community. 

It also allows other filmmakers to engage in thoughtful Q&A's with the featured filmmakers of the evening. 

FREE ENTRY! Doors open at 6:30pm. Screening starts at 7:30pm and lasts roughly 2 hours. But stay as late as you'd like! We encourage mingling & networking after the screening in order to spark collaboration & support. 

The night's line-up (order subject to change):

A Thousand Words (14:25)
Directed by Mara Bush, Written by Carrie Ferrante

Bloom (9:57)
Written & Directed Lauren Cheung

Deserted (13:00)
Directed by Manuel Velásquez, Written by Manuel Velásquez & Aida Noujaim

*Intermission and Q&A with 1st Set of Filmmakers

Man's Best Friend (11:00)
Written & Directed by Natasha Blass, Written by Alex Mallonee

The Break (7:30)
Directed by Michael Goldburg, Written by Michael Goldburg, Janelle Tedesco, and Dave Chan

Coffee and a Donut (11:28)
Written & Directed by Cary Patrick Martin

*Q&A with 2nd Set of Filmmakers. Followed by voting for Audience Choice winner. 

Silver Whiskers Winner & Audience Choice Selection announced at the end of the night. Corresponding prizes sponsored by Seed&Spark and 4milecircus.

Come out for a fun night of film watching and networking. Discover shorts, Find an audience & Build the local film community! 

1 drink minimum is suggested but not enforced. It's just a thank you to the The Local NY for hosting us. 

We're currently in Year 6. Our first screening of every year is in June & our annual Best of Fest featuring Silver Whisker Award winners of the year is in April.

Rocio Mendez