Tampa Film Review Is Friday the 13th
The next Tampa Film Review will be held on Friday, July 13 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.
This month's films will include:
A collection of shorts by Damage Control: Tampa's funniest skit comedy crew returns to the Tampa Film Review!
Last Chance directed by Bryan Coward and Produced by Jeff Paul Pesce and Bryan Coward: Two friends sit at a bar discussing the girls they have been with as the end of the world nears.
Beneath the Surface by Jonathan Vazquez: The journey of a dollar bill.
The Bench and the Lamp Post by Joshua Livingston: a work of 'textual video art', although it is far more textual than artistic. Like any text, it will remain helpless until it is read; and a close reading reveals a world rife with semiotic potential.
IED (Instantaneous Ejaculation Disorder) by Che Broadway: An informative video by pharmaceutical giant Rhyzer on a new drug that can help prevent instantaneous ejaculation.
Ghosts of Ybor: A Sicilian mobster comes to Ybor City to take control of the illegal bolita lottery. With him comes a beautiful young mother who is indentured to the Sicilian. A local bartender falls for the woman and vows to free her from the mobster's grasp.
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