skunkapeDATE: Sunday April 18, 2021 @7PM

VENUE: Virtual Screening With Live Q&A / Discussion Live Streaming

ADMISSION: FREE (Tips to the filmmaker appreciated)

 Join us for a selection of short documentary films and narratives by filmmaker Brad Abrahams. We were happy to show Brad's feature film LOVE & SAUCERS a few years back and are excited to show some of his short subjects and have a virtual discussion after the screening.

Come see the following films and maybe even a special surprise short film that is in post production at the moment!

DO YOU SEE WHAT I SEE?
A short documentary about the unofficial artist of conspiracy theory culture, the controversial and recently departed David Dees. An artist for Sesame Street for 13 years, Dees was on the track to a lucrative career as a commercial artist in Los Angeles. Then, 9/11 happened, and he forever went down the conspiracy theory rabbit-hole. But is there a way out of the darkness

CONSPIRACY CRUISE
First the Macarena, then MKULTRA. The partly real story of a cruise ship vacation for conspiracy theorists that takes a turn for the surreal when their most outlandish theories come true on board.

KEEP FOLKLORE ALIVE
A docu-series in development about bizarre folklore, created with Kai Wada Roath and Matt Ralston.
Beneath our modern world lies a nearly forgotten one, easily overlooked by the common eye. “Keep Folklore Alive!”, an episodic documentary series, opens the portal into this world, revealing little known astounding stories, the real people who believe in them, and the places they manifest in.

SWAN SONG OF THE SKUNK APE
“It exists…”
Maybe. A short-form documentary on South Florida's strangest bipedal resident, as told by the rare few who claim they've encountered the creature. At over 1.5 million acres, the 'Glades are the largest wilderness area east of the Mississippi, with thousands of acres untouched by man. If indeed something this strange could exist, it would surely be here