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HOMBRÉ, MUTE, NOWHERE YET, THE SCORPION'S TALE, SLEEPWALK and TIGHT SPOT
Dwyer Cultural Center
New York, NY
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HOMBRÉ, MUTE, NOWHERE YET, THE SCORPION'S TALE, SLEEPWALK and TIGHT SPOT
Shorts programs are listed alphabetically and not in the order of screening.

HOMBRE
Director: Juan Pablo Aries Munoz
Country: Chile, Running Time: 21 min
A father takes his young son on a hunting trip with the intention of teaching him how to be a 'real man.' After hearing something other than prey lurking in the forest, the boy must put his identity into play if he wants to live up to his father's boorish demands.



MUTE                                                                                  
North American Premiere
Director: Jamie Rafn
Country: UK, Running Time: 15 min
Daniel is a teenage student whose selective mutism has been brought on by the many challenges he faces in his home life for one, Daniel struggles with the knowledge that his stepfather is abusing his sister. Tormented, Daniels only answer is silence until he discovers his new friendship with JJ isn't what it seems.

NOWHERE YET
Director: Gabriel Bagnaschi
Country: UK, Running Time: 9 min
A teenage boy living in a tough Edinburgh neighborhood has to figure out how far hes willing to go to save his breakdancing crew when his best friend starts pushing for a street gang.



THE SCORPIONS TALE
Director: Jhosimar Vasquez
Country: USA, Running Time: 22 min
A story of jealousy, greed, death and revenge. The perfect killer sits on death row awaiting his fate. But when someone from his past pays him a visit, The Scorpion realizes that when debts are owed, someone must pay.



SLEEPWALK
Director: Filipe Melo
Country: Portugal, Running Time: 15 min
The film adaptation of the graphic novel of the same name, by Filipe Melo, illustrated by Juan Cava, edited in 2017 by Granta Magazine in Portugal. It's a free essay and reflection on the death penalty.



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TIGHT SPOT                                                                      
New York Premiere
Director: Kevin Haefelin
Countries: Switzerland/USA, Running Time: 9 min
While polishing the shoes of a walk-in customer, the shoe shiner discovers his clients dark secret.

Location

Dwyer Cultural Center (View)
258 St. Nicholas Avenue
New York, NY 10027
United States


Categories

None

Kid Friendly: No
Dog Friendly: No
Non-Smoking: Yes!
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!

Contact

Owner: Harlem International Film Festival
On BPT Since: Apr 18, 2017
 
Harlem International Film Festival
info@harlemfilmfestival.org
harlemfilmfestival.org


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