The Time Machine
Mark Kendall 2010
Documentary Short

Friday Jul 2, 2010
$10 at the door or online
VENUE
The Old American Can Factory
on the roof and courtyard
Gowanus
232 Third St. at 3rd Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11215
F/G to Carroll St. or R to Union

SHOW
8:00Doors Open
8:30Live Music by Bow Ribbons
9:00Films Begin
11:30Reception in Courtyard
***Restrictions: No refunds ~ In the event of rain, show will go on indoors at the same location ~ Seating is first come, first served. Physical seats are limited. This means you may not get a chair. You are welcome to bring a blanket and sit picnic-style, but no alcohol is permitted.
In the event of rain, the screening will be held indoors at the same location.

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This Show Presented in Partnership With
5th Avenue Business Improvement District
Cinereach
Film Movement
Museum of Modern Art
New York Magazine
Sailor Jerry
Telegraph 21
XO Projects
Zip Car

The Time Machine (Mark Kendall | New York | 11 min.)

Official Link: http://blog.telegraph21.com/2010/06/21/the-best-of-student-docs-2010-contest-winners/

The Time Machine tells the story of Wilfredo Alvarez, a Honduran man who immigrated to America 11 years ago who works in a small watch shop in Grand Central Terminal. This inspirational story reminds us that time is a human invention.

Winner of the Telegraph 21 Student DOCS 2010 Contest


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