Thanks to all the filmmakers for contributing to a great short film program for our inaugural year.
The Golden Trophy for Best Film went to:
James Francis Khehtie for THE TELEGRAM MAN
That's a wrap on 2016. See you next year!
The selections for the short film program have been announced! The films that will be screening at the festival are:
8,336,615 by Paul Riccio
Cavities by Michael Chan
Normal by Vadim Lasca
Rinse by Yuki Tokunaga
Smile Swamp Princess XXXO by Patrick Stephenson
The Back-Up Singer by Nick Catania
The Ceiling Fan by Kate Wetherhead
The Great Accountant by Michael Quigley
The Herd by Colin Borden
The Last Projectionist by Eugene Lehnert
The Telegram Man by James Francis Khehtie
Timmy Brothers by Paul Riccio
Doors will be at 4:00 PM and the festival starts with LIVE MUSIC at 4:30 PM in the beer garden, featuring:
Red Haired Strangers
"These Albany-area favorites are classic Americana, grown locally. 1 part juke joint, 1 part honky-tonk, 1 part front porch and 1 part roadhouse - The Red Haired Strangers are just plain pleasing, but anything but plain."
Buck Pryor and Biker War
"Buck Pryor and Andy Letke are forever songwriters that have joined forces to bring you a pleasant variety of non-commercial, original songs."
"James combines roots–music traditions with modern themes. His sound utilizes pop sensibilities and compelling vocal harmonies."
Beer, wine, cocktails and food will be served.
The film program will begin at dusk. The Golden Speaker, our award for best film in show, will be voted on by the audience and presented immediately following the film program.
Located in the Catskills region in Greenville, NY, the Greenville Drive-In features a state-of-the-art digital projector and a 35' X 80' screen.
Updates to the program and event details will be posted regularly. Check back in or visit our event page on Facebook.