Last Ferry Film Screening

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SVA Theater 1

333 West 23rd Street

New York, NY 10011

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Join CAA Arts Access and Columbia Pride for the New York premiere of Last Ferry, written, co-produced, and starring Ramon Torres '09SEAS, co-produced by Mike Karp '08SEAS, and co-produced and edited by Nadia Zoe '17SOA. The film is part of NewFest. The film follows Joseph (Ramon Torres), a young lawyer living in Harlem, who makes a pilgrimage to the fabled Fire Island, desperately seeking romance and community.

Running time is approximately one hour and thirty minutes.

There will be an alumni gathering with the filmmakers before the screening from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at The Chelsea Bell located at 316 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10001. Attendees of the Happy Hour reception can register for this portion separately on the registration page.

Questions? Please contact alumniarts@columbia.edu.

About the film

Fire Island during the early summer off-season makes for a perfectly isolated setting for this singular comedy-thriller. When lonely lawyer Joseph ventures out to The Pines for the first time, he is drugged and mugged, and witnesses a murder on the beach. After he is found and taken in by a group of friends (featuring a boatload of familiar faces, including Sheldon Best and the hilarious Larry Owens) he quickly acclimates, but then begins to wonder: who can he trust? This taut thriller offers a delightfully gay spin on the classic whodunnit formula and features excellent cinematography from Alexa Wolf, who manages to capture the beauty and brightness of beaches and mimosa-drenched brunches as well as the darkness that always seems to be lurking underneath this story’s well-toned surface.

Learn more about the film here. View the trailer here.

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SVA Theater 1

333 West 23rd Street

New York, NY 10011

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