6th Annual Love Actually: Short Films about Love, Sex, and Romance
Love Actually is a critically acclaimed annual short film screening event, hosted by SCENEPR! on Valentines Day each year. Love Actually features films from around the globe and all genre of short film. TICKETS NOW ON SALE for the Sixth Annual event, Valentines Day 2013. Picked by Going.com, Timeout New York, Freenyc and NYMag as cool Valentine’s Day event for singles and couples!! GET TICKETS NOW for the film event that Dr. Ruth.com calls a “Cinematic Orgy!” Come be part of this growing annual event for film & romance!
Couples who come will receive a pair of SCENEPR! T-Shirts!*
*please allow 4-6 weeks for shipping
FILM LINE UP
* Lineup is subject to change
After the Torment (12:18)
Dir: Gerald Keyser & Adam J. Boyer
Three Short Films about Virginity (17:44)
Dir: David T. Ketteter
One man struggles with suit envy, another can’t kiss with his eyes closed, and a third must reconcile the stories he’s heard with the friendship he already has.
Girls Who Smoke (14:54)
Dir: Tawny Foskett
Girls Who Smoke is adapted from a Moth story that played on public radio’s This American Life and is about two women, both with bad boyfriends and bad habits, who connect over a pack of cigarettes.
How to Break Up with Your Mother (18:00)
Dir: Lawrence Zoeller
Una Flor en Recepcion [a Flower at the Reception] (19:59)
Dir: Maria Parreno
Two hours with a stranger. A bittersweet loving story. An everyday reality which is fed on censored fantasies. Lack of communication. A deal. And finally, a flower, the lie that will join them forever.