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3rd Annual Electric City Film Fest on tap today

3rd Annual Electric City Film Fest on tap today

The 3rd annual Electric City Film Fest begins at 3 p.m. today at Proctors. This year’s festival, pre

The 3rd annual Electric City Film Fest begins at 3 p.m. today at Proctors.

This year’s festival, presented by SACCTV-16, centers around the theme “Why Schenectady?” with documentaries and open fiction entries. There will also be a special showing of the Academy Award winning film “King Gimp” as part of Disabilities Awareness Month, and a Q&A with filmmaker Antonio Ferrera, who is currently working on a project with Schenectady residents.

Tickets are $10 and are available at the box office and online.

Schedule

-- 3 p.m., Why Schenectady? Documentary

“Insane” by The Legend Rayford Faulkner

“Drum Circle” by Dawne Larkin

-- 3:30 p.m., Open Fiction

“Artificial Allies” by Justin Macshane, Ben Plis & Zach Santiago

“Not Another Toy Story” by Ashley Coulthard, Josh Abel & Dan Haber

“Vanish” by Zachary Evans

“Bubbles” by Matt Rudinski & Justin Macshane

“Checkers” by Christopher Perrella

“Gymnasium” by Stephen Gemmiti

“Dirty Laundry” by Daniel Claridge

-- 4:30 p.m., Open Fiction

“Strong Island Man” by Philip C. Mucci

“Screenplay Contest” by Jim Brearton

“Letting Go” by Dan Masucci

“Environmentally Friendly” by Katelyn Corey

“Kung Fu Kitty” by Jenson Merriam

-- 5:30 p.m., “King Gimp” with discussion to follow

-- 7:15 p.m., clip from “Schenectady as Seen By . . . ” followed by discussion with filmmaker Antonio Ferrera

-- 8:15 p.m., Why Schenectady? Finalists & Winners

“The Union College Geology Department” by Jonathan Campano

“Existing Artists Wall Mural Project” by John J. Lundon

“Wizards of Schenectady: Carl H. Rosner Part I & II” by The Edison Exploratorium

-- 9:15 p.m., Open Fiction Finalists & Winners

“Tom Lamanna’s Breakfast” by Tom Lamanna, Pete Furey, James Belcastro & Matt Cioffi

“Dead Horse Trail” by John McCarty

“Vacuum Man” by Jess Petrequin

“Didget and the WooNads” by Christopher Perrella

“Extreme Yoga Smackdown” by Daniel DeFabio

“A Fork in the Road” by Heidi Philipsen-Meissner

“Eye of the Enemy” by Thomas Mercer

“Against the Wind” by Dan Masucci

“Breaking Up” by Jeff Burns

“Self Washing Dishes” by Jess Petrequin

“Intelligence” by Michael Gaylin

“Stagehand” by Peter Hanson

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