Late Fringe Continues to Showcase New York State Filmmakers

WSKG Arts newest series, Late Fringe, is back with another episode showcasing the talents of New York State’s best and brightest filmmakers. Host Phil Westcott leads the viewers down the rabbit hole this week with a look at three short features ranging from documentary to experimental to narrative. The first selection is ‘Paul’s Ride’ directed by Ben Davis and it looks at Vietnam veteran Paul Davis, who uses his life-long love of motorcycles as a way to reminisce about all stages of his life. The pain of his time spent in Southeast Asia is apparent as he talks about fallen friends and comrades. Our second film is ‘Walk’, directed by Marissa Miksad and she explores the boundaries between dreams and reality in her experimental work.

The Second Episode of Late Fringe is Here!

Join WSKG Arts as we celebrate the work of regional filmmakers with our brand new series, Late Fringe. Host Phil Westcott navigates us around the state as we view exciting and thought provoking films every Saturday night at midnight. Grab your favorite movie snack and sit down for three short features. The first film is “The Luna and the Tide”, directed by Ben Davis and the beachside visuals are both breathtaking and emotionally compelling. The second feature was a winner in last year’s Rod Serling Film Festival and is directed by The Anderson Brothers.