Portsmouth Short Film Night, May 2013

We’re happy to announce that the next Portsmouth Short Film Night is 7:00pm, Thursday, May 9 upstairs at The Press Room! Portsmouth Short Film Night is a free event for up-and-coming independent filmmakers to screen and discuss their work and for cinema lovers to get a front-row seat to emerging talent.

It will be another packed evening of short films, featuring everything from horror to comedy, drama, documentary, and experimental works. Most films will be followed by a brief Q&A. The screenings and talks will last roughly 90 minutes in total, and everyone is welcome to stay later to talk. It’s all about getting filmmakers and film fans together to show off their work, have fun, meet like-minded people, and maybe even be inspired. If that sounds like your cup of tea, why not come along?

Our line-up for the evening:

  • Exit 7A
    William Peters
  • This is Chiang Mai
    Jordan Schopick
  • Dead Astronaut
    Michael Costello
  • Simpatica
    Dean Merrill
  • Mum
    James Norton
  • Ben & Eric Go Drinking
    Pam Severns
  • Requiem for Black Gold
    Amy Kaczur
  • Cows
    Andrew Gibson
  • Howlin’ Wind
    Emily Falcigno

We have more room than last time, but seating is still limited and we expect to fill up again, so be there early to make sure you get a seat. Why not come grab some food or a drink beforehand? Screenings start promptly at 7:00.

Please note that The Press Room has a 21+ license, so attendees under 21 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

Keep an eye on the Portsmouth Short Film Night website for more information and updates, or check us out on Facebook, Twitter (hashtag #psfn), and Google+.


What: An evening of watching and talking film
When: Thursday, May 9 at 7pm (get there early!)
Where: The Press Room (second floor), 77 Daniel St., Portsmouth, NH 03801
How much: Free!

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