2023 Oscar Nominated Shorts Screenings
Starting Friday February 17th, please join discerning movie goers from all over Long Island for this year’s 2023 Oscar® Nominated Short Film screenings at The Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center in Patchogue, Long Island NY 11772.
Since 2006, ShortsTV has proudly brought the Oscar® Nominated Short Films to audiences across the globe. This special release features the year’s most spectacular short films and is available to watch on the big screen for a limited time shortly after nominations are announced.
Each nominee is released in one of three distinct feature-length compilations according to their category of nomination:
Live Action including “An Irish Goodbye” (IRELAND), “Ivalu” (DENMARK), “Le Pupille” (ITALY), “Night Ride -Nattrikken” (NORWAY), and “The Red Suitcase” (LUXEMBOURG).
Animation including “An Ostrich Told Me the World Is Fake and I Think I Believe It” (AUSTRALIA), “Ice Merchants” (PORTUGAL, UNITED KINGDOM, FRANCE), “My Year of Dicks” (USA), “The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse” (UK) and “The Flying Sailor” (CANADA)
Documentary including “Haulout” (UK), “How Do You Measure a Year?” (USA), “Stranger at the Gate” (USA), “The Elephant Whisperers” (INDIA) and “The Martha Mitchell Effect” (USA).
The theatrical release of the nominated short films is the world’s largest commercial release of short films, delighting audiences and giving filmmakers an unprecedented opportunity to entertain short film fans.
SHOWTIMES & TICKETS
Adult – $9.00 | Student – $7.00 | Member – $6.00
Buy tickets NOW at www.plazamac.org
or visit the box office one hour before showtime!
The Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center is a non-profit, 501(c)(3), community-supported organization. Its mission is to celebrate the power and magic of film as an art form and as a medium for multicultural exchange and social responsibility by:
-Screening quality mainstream, independent, and foreign films, and opera and theatre productions captured live from world stages
-Offering field trips, medial literacy workshops, and classes in filmmaking and animation
-Contributing to the economic and cultural development of the community
-Presenting curated series and festivals with guest speakers
As a cultural center, The Plaza attracts tourism. Many out-of-town patrons who come to see a film or take a class also shop at neighboring businesses and dine at local restaurants. Media Arts classes provide creative outlets for children and teens. Field trips, media literacy workshops, and professional development classes for teachers create a vital synergy between education and the arts. As a community-supported organization, The Plaza is a safe, inclusive, and equitable public forum for various community groups, individuals, artists, musicians, filmmakers, and non-profit advocacy groups to connect, collaborate, discuss, and support each other, particularly when facing life’s ups and downs.
For more information on The Plaza Cinema & Media Arts Center, please visit: www.plazamac.org