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230 Elm
Phone
631-466-7223
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Location

230 Elm, 239 Elm Street, Southampton, NY

Date

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Time

7:00 pm - 12:00 pm

Cost

TBA

Age

Adult,All,Family,Senior,Teen/Tween

Local Films, food and music.

Local film makers Ginew Benton (a Native American from the Ojibway tribe) and Bryan Downey a Sag Harbor based photographer and film maker, are happy to announce a public screening of both their movies together at 230 Elm Street in Southampton October 10th starting at 7:00 pm. Open bar and buffet plus live music after the screenings. “Looking Glass” by Ginew Benton is a short Native sci-fi shot here in Southampton and his movie is still active on the International film festival circuit having just returned from screenings in CANNES and Ottawa. His film is also being screened in LA, NYC and many other cities around the US. Synopsis: A native son attempts time travel to make right a wrong. We call it sci-fi, however Natives call this sci-fact.

Bryan Downey’s documentary on East End musicians “NASHVILLE Long Island” is a candid look into how music on the east end helps kids with down syndrome, autism and cerebral palsy. It also goes into to the world of saying goodbye to loved ones and their final musical requests as explained by Brenda Siemer window of actor Roy Scheider. A look into music in farming on shelter island and many other stories that will move you.

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