NYC Young Black Professionals- Weekly Listings

07 December 2008

Some Of The Best ANF Short Films of 2008

When: Thursday, December 11, 2008

193 Smith St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Between Warren & Baltic Street, Brooklyn NY

Time: Doors open at 6:30pm
Screening starts at 7:20pm

Specials: Happy hour from 6:30pm – 8:30pm-$5.00 drink specials-$6 wings special

Damage: Suggested donation: $5

ANF Short Film Collective Presents:

Back By Popular Demand

Come out and celebrate these two outstanding short films that depict a real side of life, while evoking strong emotions using edgy story lines filled with controversy, lust and overindulgence.

Directed by Sonny Arthur

A serendipitous take of five parked cars in and around the city of Chicago, interweaving the strange tales of their passengers and causing a domino effect that leads all parties involved to the scene of a kamikaze bank heist.

"What A Difference"
Directed by Nikki Bates
Angela is a woman used to getting everything, money, jewelry, men and whatever she desires. However, on one day in Harlem, she faces the music of her own existence. This is a well told story of a woman's journey back to reality.

"Parked" and "What A Different" are currently nominated as ANF Best Shorts of 2008.

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