Joe Cappa & JW Hallford | US | 11
A rescue puppy is left home alone in its new house. On a dark stormy night, spirits of the family's deceased pets awake to torment the young dog. Will the puppy survive the night or will the electronic vacuum cleaner get to it first?
Sounds Good (Kõlab hästi)
Sander Joon | Estonia | 10
Boom operator is trying to record the sound of mushrooms.
The Orange Candidate
Ryan Weibush | US | 8
An outsider runs for office in a small, Montana town.
Sara Hirner & Rosemary Vasquez-Brown | Australia | 4
GNT frames the contradictions of female friendship, through Glenn, Nikki and Tammy’s dynamic, often antagonistic co-dependency. Where there is Glenn, there is drama - and Nikki and Tammy will always be there to take her down a peg. Even Beyoncé needed Destiny’s Child.
Ted Wiggin | US | 6
Animals caught between planes of existence and an egg.
Marc Rebillet, DJ Premier and Brady Watt
his supergroup brings together three innovative producers from around the country to perform live at SummerStage. Marc Rebillet gave new meaning to the term “bedroom producer” when he turned the camera on himself, improvising humorous songs made in his NYC apartment with a loop station, keyboard, vocals and percussion instruments, live-streamed on YouTube. Bass genius Brady Watt carved out a niche as one of the most recorded session players over the last decade or so, but he too came into his own on YouTube with his series Bass & Bars, in which he plays bass alongside rappers such as Warren G, Murs, Krayzie Bone, and Pharoahe Monch. They’re joined by their sonic predecessor in Gang Starr’s DJ Premier, the legendary DJ, producer, and MPC wizard, whose gifts for manipulating samples allowed him to craft a distinct sound and style recognizable the world over.
NO RSVPS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS EVENT. ATTENDANCE IS FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED.
PLEASE NOTE: The featured program of short films contains content which 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)