Zach Woods | US | 12
A severely depressed man reaches out for an emergency therapy session. He’s not the only one who needs help.
Not Your Panda
Tigris Alt Sakda | Canada | 5
One of anthropocene's charismatic megafauna - Ailuropoda melanoleuca : "... and if I hear anyone else say 'isn't he cute'..."
Mary Dauterman & Jenny Donheiser | US | 2
Jarly, a low-level influencer, desperately tries to sell a disgusting new beverage to her “followers” as she falls apart, physically and psychologically.
Someone's In Here
Ben Kitnick | US | 4
A man is caught with his pants down when terrorized by a force outside his bathroom stall.
Angela Stempel | US | 2
Hear that fizz? The hairs on the back of your neck wake up to your every sensation. Your fantasies come alive with a little help from your Urges.
Created as a part of the Adult Swim shorts program Smalls.
Armand Hammer & The Alchemist featuring Moor Mother, KAYANA, Fielded
The New York City rap scene has never been more exciting, bursting with a diverse array of talent building on the form while pushing its boundaries. Armand Hammer, the duo of Elucid and Billy Woods, is a prime example. Their latest LP with master beatsmith the Alchemist, Haram, drapes a cloak of darkness over postcolonial wounds, with a cleverness typically reserved for wry comedians. They’re joined by a collection of close friends and collaborators, almost all of which appear on Haram: Philadelphia’s experimental visionary Moor Mother, who collaborated with woods on their BRASS LP, and both KAYANA and Fielded, two nascent producer/singers helping shape the new sound of R&B.
NO RSVPS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT. ATTENDANCE IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
PLEASE NOTE: The featured program of short films contains content that may not be considered appropriate for younger audiences.
Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage in Central Park
Rumsey Playfield (accessible via the 5th Avenue and 69th Street entrance to Central Park)