The FilmShop Goes Unprotected Saturday Night

The Music Hall of Williamsburg is home to The FilmShop this Saturday night, as they present Unprotected, a “series of 2 minute films” that explore the theme of vulnerability.

Chinese Ruffians. Unsightly Celebrity. Girl adrift. Vulnerable Narcissists. Humdrum Penetration. This is just a sample of what you get when thirty filmmakers reflect on the theme of UNPROTECTED.

The films, shot by members of both the Brooklyn and (newly formed) Hong Kong chapters, will be supported with live performances by the “massively ambitiousEmanuel and the Fear as well as Hank & Cupcakes.
Seven bucks advance, $10 day of, 18 to enter, 21 to drink. Doors open at 8, show is at 9. Everybody gets laid by midnight and we’ll see you for brunch the next day.
Of course, we’re most looking forward to the short film by Zachary Timm, about an infamous Williamsburg hairdo documented by friend of the site, Jeff Simmermon.
the infamous ‘do

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