Due to bad weather, this event has been canceled.
Matthew Modine is a political activist and a passionate environmentalist. He is the founder of Bicycle For A Day (BFAD), a global initiative focused on promoting the use of bicycles for transportation to reduce carbon emissions and their poisonous effect on the environment.
In addition to being an internationally renowned actor, Matthew is also a filmmaker, writer and photographer. In fact, three of the selections in the Film Series -- When I Was a Boy, Smoking and Ecce Pirate -- have debuted at Sundance before being screened at Film Festivals the world over. He has worked with many of the film industry’s most acclaimed directors on projects including Birdy, Full Metal Jacket, Married to the Mob, Shortcuts and Showtime’s Weeds. Matthew is currently filming Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises.
Matthew will be introducing and answering questions about his short films, as well as signing posters and other memorabilia after the screening.
When I Was a Boy
Written, edited, and produced by Matthew Modine
Directed by Matthew Modine and Todd Field
Produced and directed by Matthew Modine
Written and narrated by David Sedaris
Starring Chris Masterson, Richard Leaf, and Rex Linn
Written, photographed, and directed By Matthew Modine
To Kill an American
Written and directed by Matthew Modine
I Think I Thought
“Hey, I think if you think you’re thinking too much, you probably are!”
Matthew Modine wrote, co-produced, directed, and stars in this sardonically humorous short film co-produced and shot by Adam McClelland and edited by Terence Ziegler.
Jesus Was A Commie (2011, Trailer)
Matthew Modine’s new avant-garde short film premieres this October at the Hamptons International Film Festival. The film is co-directed and edited by Terence Ziegler and produced by Adam Rackoff.