Sharp Love, Sharp Kittens
My Green Pencil
Tu & Eu
FLIC NIC in the STREET: July 20 and August 3
venue: Travers Park - AKA 78th Street Plaza
where: 78th Street and 34th Ave, Jackson Heights, NY 11372 directions
when: July 20 and August 3 at dusk
The Queens World Film Festival returns to the 78th Street Play Street in Jackson Heights with a combination of local and international indie films. Bring a chair, blanket, a picnic and a beverage or just pull up a piece of curb and enjoy films from around the world and around the corner.
July 20 - Film Program:
Sharp Love, Sharp Kittens by Jon Sajetowski (Queens)
Away by Elisa Bates (Queens)
Bends by David Galan Galindo (Spain)
Confidante by Lisa Melodia (Queens)
Last Summer by Oliver Williams (UK)
Lonely Eros by Ellen Andies and Thomas Maddens (Belgium)
My Green Pencil by Fayaz Bahram (Iran)
Pollicino by Cristiano Anania (Italy)
Tu & Eu by Edward Shieh (Brooklyn/Queens)
August 3 - Film Program:
Vacation Land by Jaime Hook (US)
The only people who show up for the family reunion are the ones who didn't know it was canceled. Starring Academy Award Nominee and Golden Globe Winning Actress Karen Black and a cast of new comers who’s beautifully restrained performances blend into a special reunion after all.
ABOUT THE JACKSON HEIGHTS GREEN ALLIANCE AND THE 78TH STREET PLAZA
The Jackson Heights Green Alliance (JHGA) is a 501(c)(3) community-based organization that advocates for increased open space in Jackson Heights. Founded in 2007 by a group of residents concerned about the lack of park space in the neighborhood, the JHGA has since launched several initiatives, including the 78th Street Play Street which is now the 78th Street Public Plaza and the Grow-A-Park campaign, which resulted in the Garden School Field becoming a public park.