Community Film Project at the Vintage Theater

Events — By on February 27, 2009 at 11:32 am

On Saturday, Feb. 28, two great local organizations will team up when Scranton’s Vintage Theater highlights the short films of the Community Film Project.

The 90-minute presentation of CFP short films begins at 7 p.m. at the theater at 222 Wyoming Ave., Scranton; admission is $5. All films were produced locally, using Northeastern Pennsylvania talent both in front of and behind the camera.

The short films being shown will include:

  • Get Pumped!
    by Jeff Fowler
    A documentary that details the operations of a consulting firm named Pumped Associates. The mission of Pumped Associates is to improve the well being of clients by utilizing energetic chants to get people fired up.
  • Memories in Tact
    by Kevin Ripka
    A guy looks back on his doomed relationship to discover why his girlfriend dumped him.
  • Higher
    by Maureen McGuigan and Mark Migliore
    A woman realizes the sacred is in the details as she moves through an ordinary day.
  • President Swap
    by Kevin Ripka
    Animated parody of the “Wife Swap” TV Show where President Bush switches places with the President of the “Saved by the Bell” fan club.
  • Alright
    by Jeff Fowler
    A guy and a gal discover what its like to be more than friends.
  • Barrage
    by Craig Cirelli
    A group of soldiers encounter an unknown enemy force in the midst of WWII.
  • Grim Interview
    by Tim Gaer
    What if death chose you?
  • Ghost of Kingston Hall
    by Tony DelRegno
    Teenagers get more than they bargained for when they meet the ghost of Kingston Hall.
  • Black Market
    by Robert Sweeney
    An animated, comedic adventure set in the shady underbelly of the Chinese Black Market.
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