The Screen Actors Guild Foundation And The New School For Drama Present The SAG Foundation’s 6th Annual New York Short Film Showcase Followed By A Q&A With Filmmakers

June 10, 2015

Sponsored in conjunction with The New School for Drama, the SAG Foundation the 6th annual New York Short Film Showcase is an innovative biannual series that celebrates short films made by talented, emerging filmmakers living in the eastern half of the U.S. and produced under SAG Short Film, SAG Student Agreement or SAG-AFTRA New Media contracts. The New York Short Film Showcase also encourages and empowers SAG-AFTRA actors to create their own work in a supportive environment. Short films from the showcase have been nominated for an Academy Award, Tribeca Film Festival, Manhattan Film Festival and many more. The SAG Foundation also hosts a biannual Los Angeles Short Film Showcase for artists living west of the Mississippi.

WHEN: Thursday, June 18th, 2015 at 7:00 pm

WHERE: The New School – Auditorium on 12th Street
66 West 12th Street (between 5
th and 6th Avenues)
New York, NY 10003
Nearest public transportation: Union Square


Passcode: shorts
You may register for a guest.

Please direct any questions to and write “Showcase” in the subject line


Tiny Things -Director Laura Savia

A woman unravels at her sister’s baby shower, bringing the festivities to a screeching halt.

The Misadventures of Incredible Dr. Wonderfoot -Director Grief Dill

A peculiar podiatrist recounts the adventures of his youth to his disinterested apprentice.

The Art of Wooing -Director Molly Ward

A romantic catastrophe unfolds in a playroom.

Gone Fishing -Director Noah Millman

A man goes fishing on a secluded lake, thinking he’s alone – until he spots another boat. When a bare leg stretches up and waves at him, his mind runs wild fantasizing who it might be.

Just Be Yourselves -Directors David Eisenberg & Kaela Wohl

Molly is a lot of things, but a “loser” is not one of them.

Home Office -Director Chris Knight

When mysterious operatives install surveillance equipment in their home, Alex and Tricia must navigate a series of escalating confrontations over secrets they’d both rather remain buried.

Masterpiece -Directors Meagan Flynn and Amber Rapp

“What is art? An awkward parent/teacher conference is about to explore.”



Caroline O’Connor, Director of Communications, Screen Actors Guild Foundation, 213-400-8401,