The next Tampa Film Review will be held on Friday, June 8 at 8 p.m. at the International Bazaar, located at 1600 E. Eighth Ave. in the Centro Ybor Complex. The Tampa Film Review is a monthly showcase of local independent short films. It is held every second Friday of the month at 8 p.m. at the Bazaar and the event is free an open to the public.
We still have space for 15 – 20 minutes worth of films. If you have a film you’d like to submit, email me ASAP.
June’s films will include:
Mr. Bubbs my Stars North Films: A stranger picks the wrong girl to kidnap one bright, sunny day in suburbia.
Oneiric by Nadia Sarmova
Chasing Jamie 2, The Return of Byron by StacenJ: After spending five years locked away in a mental institution. Byron Mays escapes to seek his revenge on the girl he once loved. The past is forgotten is Jamie's mind, so she thinks. Jamie has a new life, new friends, and a new love interest. Byron discovers that Jamie's boyfriend is not what he seems. Chris (Jamie's boyfriend) is an abusive alcoholic. Now Byron has to make the difficult decision of putting his personal feelings aside to make the wrong things right or finish what he started five years ago.
Ride to Live by D.J. Morrison: In 1988 Cole Beachum saw best friend killed on his motorcycle for nothing more than local glory. Fifteen years later he returns to share his childhood with his young son.
IED (Instantaneous Ejaculation Disorder) by Che Broadway: An informative video by pharmaceutical giant Rhyzer on a new drug that can help prevent instantaneous ejaculation. –
Killer Her Arnold by Joel Wynkoop
Carbon Copy by Agustin Almonte
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