Tiger Hood
Christopher André Marks

Friday Jul 8, 2016

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8:00PMDoors Open
8:30PMLive Music by Jay Boogie
9:00PMFilms Begin
10:30PMQ & A with Filmmakers
11:00PMAfter Party Sponsored by Stella Artois

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Tiger Hood (Christopher André Marks | USA | 7 min.)

Official Link: http://www.cinemanolita.com/projects/tiger-hood

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You have never seen Patrick Q.F. Barr at Augusta or Pebble Beach. That's because his golf course is lower Manhattan and his equipment is either borrowed, used or made from milk cartons.


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Christopher André Marks is a Greek-American filmmaker and the founder of Cinéma Nolita, a New York City-based production company. He directed the short documentary "Tiger Hood" (2015) for ESPN Films’ 30 for 30 film series. Marks previously worked with HBO Documentaries and in post production for HBO Sports on its Emmy-Award winning "24/7 Road to the NHL Winter Classic" series. His corporate work includes directing projects for American Express, Walmart and ESPN and he is a graduate of New York University's Tisch School of the Arts film program.


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