Lake Carmel Arts Center
640 Route 52
Kent Lakes, NY 10512

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Films at the Lake

Saturday, September 1, 2018 1:30 pm to 5:00 pm


Coming soon to Arts on the Lake

VOB Film Festival

Day one of selected films that are being shown at AotL as part of the Village of Brewster Film Festival.


Two hours of independent film


Presentation: How to create a podcast by Go Guerilla Filmcast/Paul Robinson and Sashia Dumont


Panel of Independent Film Makers


We do not rate independent films, however some films do have adult language, themes and subject matter.

About the Event

New York'd
Sean, a blue-collar New Yorker wakes up on Saturday morning, feeling really good about himself and his entire existence. He has no idea that a disagreeable delivery guy, a buffering porn video, and a locked door would turn his good day into a nightmare.

Watch Night
Two sisters hole up together in a familiar place as the end nears, with differing opinions on what exactly is going to happen next- to them and everyone else.

A famous author is struggling to finish his next novel and discovers a postcard he has mailed to himself from the future warning of an upcoming danger.

Ainhoa is 9 years old and she has left home, bringing only her school bag and a Playmobil. "Ainhoa is a story that, instead of trying to put children to sleep, tries to wake up the adults."

A young person recognizes a problem so he should ask for help although he does not do it in the best way.

A dancer, or perhaps a wood nymph, rehearses alone in a New York studio enchanting herself into the forest that inspired her dance.

The Red Lotus
Michelle drags her sister Debbie to a yoga retreat only to reveal that there is no retreat, but an underground abortion clinic. Michelle needs Debbie support, and they are no longer legal.

When deadly urges prove too difficult for Adam to control, he is forced to face not only who he is, but what he is.?

Stardust & Moonbeams
Beth and Will plan an unconventional, potentially scandalous exhibit of one photograph each to capture their passion for sexual equality. Friends Cary, Janet, Matt, and Cherilyn don’t expect these photos when they arrive for casual cocktails, leading to lively discussion because images of men created by women are far from the norm – and still are today.

Presentation by Paul Robinson and Sashia Dumont
A weekly podcast where a husband and wife filmmaking team talk about all facets of indie film. Check us out on social media at @goguerillafilm on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

Panel of film makers - 45 Minutes