As the year progresses and things do not get appreciably better, various film festivals are taking the necessary steps to continue. The Greenpoint Film Festival has decided to use the resurgence in drive in theaters to host their ninth fest. Here are the movies we are looking forward to most from this year’s Greenpoint Film Festival.
Berry is one of the most influential names in rock ‘n’ roll history. A strong case can be made for him being the most influential one. This documentary about the rock legend includes interviews and archival footage. Berry’s influence can be seen in musicians as varied as David Bowie and Ted Nugent. There is no shortage of music documentaries, but this is a must see.
Catherine arrives in New York read to start her new job. Things immediately take a turn for the worse. On only her second day in her new apartment, a mysterious entity locks her in her new home. Isolated and running low on resources, Catherine begins to reexamine her life.
Josh and Michael are two friends who have been working in the paranormal business. Michael has decided he is ready to move on with his life. Josh convinces him to stay for one last job. The decision may end up changing his life forever.
People deal with grief in different ways. Windblown tells the story of Beth Reeves. Beth goes to her family’s cottage after the unexpected death of her brother. What starts as a chance for peaceful reflection on life, becomes a greater struggle than Beth could have ever imagined.
Movies about post apocalyptic futures can be great when done right. Go/Don’t Go is about the last man on Earth. He keeps his sanity through a simple routine that involves bathing, grooming, and gathering food. But what if he really isn’t alone?