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WB Film Festival
Nov 24, 2013 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm| $11
The WB Film Festival, in conjunction with the Williamsburg Independent Film Festival, specializes in films that make you say, “Wow!” instead of “That’s 2 hours of my life I’ll never get back.”
A high stakes blackjack game is interrupted by romance.
From director Michael J. Weithorn (“The King of Queens”, A Little Help) and writer/star Rob Benedict (“Supernatural”, Waiting…) comes the story of Max McCabe, career sidekick. A world is populated by fairly unremarkable superheroes and supervillains (portrayed by an ensemble of comedic actors including Ron Livingston, Lizzy Caplan, Jordan Peele, Martin Starr, Jason Ritter, Sam McMurray, Ike Barinholtz, Josh Meyers, Laura Silverman and Fred Stoller).
The Many Breakups of Lincoln Rose
Lincoln Rose has always been successful professionally but his dating life is a different story. Looking back at four of his most recent breakups that are humorous, sad, and touching, Lincoln might just realize he can learn from his past and find the love he’s been looking for.
The Exit Room – Imprisoned journalist Joseph Michaels faces a government execution during a future American Revolution.
The Nothing Man
After finding out his job is going to be outsourced, John Cleary, decides to rally his men and fight. This depression era drama shows the lengths a man will go for his family and the America he was promised.
Let Me Go
Boy meets girl. Any survivors?
Can You Watch This for a Second?
No good deed goes unpunished.
The Tables Turned
Like so many of us, I continue to grapple with the Romanticism that haunts a disillusioned America. In this piece, William Wordsworth helps Elizabeth Henry through a journey to Las Vegas with a loved one. Exploring the ambiguities (or impossibilities) of innocence in a culture gone mad with desire, “The Tables Turned” traces her psychic journey through a desert wasteland of light, water and consumption.
A bullied teenager, obsessed with the “Halloween” series, seeks revenge on his perpetrators.