Dr. Meertz (Black Eye Symphony pt. 5)
Steve Collins
Short

Friday May 20, 2016

VENUE
The Bushwick Generator
Bushwick
195-215 Moore Street, Brooklyn NY, 11206
Enter at 195 Moore Street. L train to Morgan Avenue, or J/M trains to Flushing Avenue.

SHOW
7:30PMDoors Open. Reception sponsored by Stella Artois and Vimeo
8:15PMLive Music by The She-Devils
9:00PMFilms Begin
10:45PMPost-screening Party sponsored by Vimeo and Stella Artois
No refunds. Seating is first come, first served.

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The Bushwick Hotel & Inn
Forrest Point

Dr. Meertz (Black Eye Symphony pt. 5) (Steve Collins | USA | 5 min.)

Filmmaker's Website

John visits a psychiatrist who engages him in a therapy session in the waiting room. A series of thematically interrelated shorts by Rooftop super-alum Steve Collins and starring Rooftop super-alums John Merriman and Paul Gordon.


CONTACT

Steve Collins wrote and directed the feature film YOU HURT MY FEELINGS, a New York Times and New York Magazine critics pick. His first feature GRETCHEN, won Best Narrative Feature at the Los Angeles Film Festival. Collins has taught filmmaking at UT Austin, and presently heads the production department at Wesleyan University.


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