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Inwood Art Works 2024 INWOOD FILM FESTIVAL

May 24 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

| Various pricing

Get to Eleven | Feature Film | Friday, 7:00pm

(60 minutes, plus a special post-screening conversation with filmmakers Padraic Lillis and David Quay.)

Get to Eleven
Directed by Dave Quay

Based on Padraic Lillis’ award-winning one man show, Get to Eleven blends live performance elements with narrative cinematic storytelling in an intimate conversation about suicide, addiction and the importance of sharing stories in our darkest moments.

On stage in performance, among friends in conversation, and in the streets and subways of New York City, Padraic offers his own story, and empowers his audiences to deepen their own relationship with life, mental health, and mortality.


Long Shorts: IFF Filmmaker Fund Shorts | Friday, 8:35pm

(77 minutes total screening time with post-screening filmmaker conversation and reception featuring Inwood Filmmaker Fund grantees.)

This is Jane
This is Jane. See Jane…, directed by Keena Gonzalez

In a world where women are second class citizens and sex education is no longer taught in school, Jane finds herself having to make the biggest decision of her life. There are only two choices – each having a consequence young Jane is unprepared to face.

Alternate Side Parking
Alternate Side Parking, directed by Timothy Koch

On Isham Street, at Broadway, in the Inwood neighborhood of Upper Manhattan, Alternate Side Parking rules are in effect on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11:30am to 1:00pm. This is a story about those parked cars, and the people who move them.

Condos, directed by Dileepan Ganesan

Having received a sizable sum in a settlement from a construction accident, Gary decides to invest in a surefire money making scheme – real estate! But his endeavors get sidetracked by a steadfast obstacle – the long standing resident Melinda. Who will win in battle for the most prized New York City possession – the rent controlled apartment!

Nana, directed by Hillary Carrigan

A standing Sunday lunch is born after Nana invites herself to her granddaughter’s fifth floor walk-up.

Puerto Rican Jew
Puerto Rican Jew, directed by Louis Carrasco

A man finds out he is half Jewish after taking a DNA test


Campbell Sports Center
218th Street and Broadway
New York, NY 10034 United States
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