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Leonard Nimoy Thalia, Symphony Space
between W 94th and W 95th 2537 Broadway New York City, NY 10025
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*August Films:


The Sidekick*_

When aging Sidekick Max McCabe is unceremoniously fired by his Superhero boss, he is forced to confront the fact that the world has little use for an aging ex-professional buddy. Written by Rob Benedict, directed by Michael J. Weithorn.  _*

Cedric and Hope*_

A medieval man tries to become a hardened knight to win back his girlfriend. Written and directed by Pierce Davison.  _*

Abogado Avocado*_

An ad for a very tasty law firm.  Written and directed by David Ward.  _*

Compulsive Love*_

A webseries about a man who falls in love. A lot. Written by Adam Szymkowicz, directed by Kevan Tucker.  _*

Guy Fieri’s Restaurant Moves To Williamsburg*_

Trendy Brooklynites love to grab an ironic dining experience at Guy Fieri’s restaurant in Times Square, but what would they think if Guy made plans to open a branch in their neighborhood? Written and directed by Chris Rose.  _*

Dirty Yamaka*_ Part of the “Wanna Be a Star?” contest, starring audience member Shlomo Gerwirtz! Written and directed by Jeff Seal.

Guest Judge: Liam McEneaney

Liam McEneaney started standup comedy when he was 19. By 20, he was touring with a college comedy game show. He has appeared on television, and exec-produced and starred in “Tell Your Friends! The Concert Film!”, which saw its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival. Watch it on Hulu.

About the Ticket Supplier: Symphony Space

Symphony Space fosters artistically and culturally diverse performing arts, literary, and film programs that bring artists and audiences together in an atmosphere of exploration and intimacy. It reaches audiences throughout New York City, the wider metropolitan area, and through distribution of programs via media such as radio, recordings, podcasts and touring.