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Coffeehouse Film Review
Organizers say this monthly film festival is dedicated to showcasing local independent short films and has won two "Best of the Bay" awards for its impact on the local independent film scene. All proceeds are split among the showcased filmmakers.
This is tonight's lineup, from the event's Web page:
- "End Of Innocence, Kaydehrn's Revenge" by Max Ortiz, where friend of Young Robin of Loxley's searches endlessly for the person who killed them.
- "DRUID" by Max Ortiz, where a traveling knight meets a young Druid boy named Mordred.
- "Belly Dancers Gone Wild" by Dan Diaz: A comedy that spoofs belly dancing and certain R-rated DVDs.
- "The Monster's Garden" by Marcelo Martindale: A doll transports a girl from a troubled family into a beautiful yet scary world.
- "The Coffee" by Hemant Dinkar: A short love story that captures the poignant tale of a couple brought together by destiny.
|Where||710 Harbour Post Dr, Tampa, FL 33602 (The Buzz)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||7:00 pm–10:00 pm|
|Who to bring||College Students, Moms, Dads, Singles, Seniors|