Stony Brook Film Festival Guide: July 24

What's screening on Tuesday at the Staller Center.

The lineup for Tuesday, July 24 at the Stony Brook Film Festival:

7:00 p.m.

Ella (19 minutes)
A boy's act of kindness sends an old man down memory lane in this animated short.

Time to Spare (92 minutes)
Starring Karina Smulders, of and fame, Time to Spare is the funny – and sad – story of Molly, her closeted gay brother Maarten, and their personal relationships. In Dutch with subtitles. Director Job Gosschalk and producer Alain De Levita will be in attendance.

9:30 p.m.

Findher (19 minutes)
An Israeli couple searches for their lost dog, but something else – something bigger – is happening behind the scenes. In Hebrew with subtitles.

Heathens & Thieves (110 minutes)
A Western crime drama featuring cowboys and bad guys set during the 1849 Gold Rush, a time when society is still reeling from the effects of the Civil War and dealing with the impact of Chinese immigration. Writer/director John Sinclair and director Megan Petersonwill attend, along with actors Don Swayze and Alex Wong and other crew members.

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