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CAST Arts & Culture Presents


An evening of award-winning short films in comedy, documentary, drama and animation
Hosted by Bill Evans

Saturday, June 15 from 7-9:30pm (Doors open 6:30)

Strongly recommended for ages 16 and above

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Bill Evans is a Program Director, Chief Meteorologist, Caretaker, and DJ for 92.1 WLNG FM in Sag Harbor, NY. He is a 15-time Emmy Award Winner, Awarded the Ellis Island Medal of Honor, and is a NY Times Best Selling Author.


Featured in the program will be two locally produced selections: "The Hope Chest Has a Secret Drawer," a riveting drama from writer/director and Brooklyn native, Laura Frenzer which has screened at fourteen film festivals, won the Audience Choice Award at No Coast Film Festival, Best Director/Family Drama Short at Manhattan Film Festival and was nominated for Best Dark Drama at the Georgia Shorts Film Festival. And Greenport based indie filmmaker Jim Morrison's "Kyle vs. Karen," which has played in over 10 international film festivals including The Orlando, Beaufort & Nyack International Film Festivals.                                                        


About Asbury Shorts:

Asbury Shorts concerts feature the best in short film comedy, drama, documentary and animation without promoting competition. Asbury Shorts USA provides a rare opportunity for the public to view world-class films -from the past & present- on a real cinema screen as opposed to YouTube, computers, or smartphones. Academy Award nominated Director Jason Reitman ("Ghostbusters Afterlife," "JUNO," "Up in the Air," "Thank You for Smoking") calling Asbury Shorts: "The best short film show I've ever seen!"


About CAST:

Since 1965, CAST has served vulnerable and low-income individuals and families on the North Fork of Long Island. CAST provides a critical safety net helping address food, housing, employment and healthcare insecurity with dignity and compassion. We serve a diverse population that includes children, older residents, people living with disabilities, single parents, veterans, the working poor, and people seeking employment. CAST is committed to helping people achieve economic security through education and workforce training. CAST offers various food relief and nutrition programs, benefit application and emergency assistance, a sharing room with clothes and household items, advocacy and referrals, a wide array of education programs for children and adults, including an early literacy program, summer program, ESL, computer and citizenship classes, a culinary skills program as well as an arts & culture program, and much more.

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Community Action-Southold Town


CAST Center for Advocacy, Support and Transformation, Main Road, Southold, NY, USA

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