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2nd Annual CannaBus Culture Film Festival 6/22/17 Wythe Hotel Cinema
The Second CannaBus Movie Tour Kicks Off In Williamsburg New York
By: CannaBus Culture Film Fest
Who : 2nd Annual CannaBus Culture Film Fest / What : CCFF is a touring film festival that gives filmmakers mainstream audience exposure and provides a forum to share their work with distributors and the general public in some of the biggest cities in the United States. Why : Our mission is to elevate the positive aspects of cannabis culture by building a bridge between the filmmaking community and a new class of leaders & entrepreneurs through a public film festival. / Where : Wythe Hotel Cinema Williamsburg NY / When : June 22nd, 2017
A Bus Load of Cannabis Films Takes Manhattan a 2nd Time!
Cannabis-loving film buffs in the Big Apple rejoice: the CannaBus Culture Film Fest is back for Round 2 on June 22, 2017.
True to the mission of its inaugural event last year, this year's festival aims to "celebrate entertaining and educational films about cannabis in hopes to further transform, stimulate change, and share the expanding horizons of cannabis culture in the U.S.", according to their website. The festival showcases a variety of feature and short narrative films covering numerous genres in efforts to "give filmmakers mainstream audience exposure and provide a forum to share their work with distributors and the general public."
Via two separate screenings on the evening of June 22, movies showcased will include feature films The Summer of the Cans by Tocha Alves; short films High Quality Cleaning by Sal Peretti, Rise-Fall by Clark Peacock, The Train Trip by Joseph Brandon, Grow Give by Alysia Salvador, Zion Curtain by Wendell Nielson, Bossman by Theresa Varga, Growing Community: Sprouts by William Levin, Recalculating by Diane Fredel-Weis, Extra Sausage by Keenan Murray and feature film Welcome to Willits by Timothy Ryan.
The films will be screened starting at 5:30 p.m., with the last film (Summer of the Cans) showing at 8:30 p.m. All events (including workshops and other activities) will take place at Brooklyn's Wythe Hotel on 80 Wythe Avenue.
You can purchase tickets for any of the three screenings for $17, or pay $29 for a full festival pass that gets you into both screenings.
Public Festival Phone: 551-226-9647
Film Trailers: https://vimeo.com/
Contact: Tim Mattson - Festival Director