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2017 Asian American International Film Festival | New York City

DEADLY VIEW

Directed by GnanaShekaran Natarajan

USA / 2016 / 23 mins / English / New York City Premiere

Plays In:
SHORTS: MADE IN NYC: LOVE LETTERS TO NEW YORK

Village East Cinema
July 28, 2017 9:45 pm

Description

When Kate receives mysterious messages from an unknown caller, she must enlist the help of two friends to track him down. But they are quickly sucked into an unexpected conflict, as the view from Kate’s apartment turns from spectacular to deadly.


Director's Bio

Ironically both GnanaShekaran Natarajan “Shekar” and JoiRani Nundini Dreemz “Rani” are originally from South India and both have spent most of their time in the East Coast primarily New Jersey and New York. This Film “Deadly View” brought them together for the first time and Rani swooped Shekar under her wings with 100% dedication to making their Filmmaking Partnership a success!
Shekar is a husband and now father of 2 daughters, works relentless hours in the field of Computers, an up and coming Start Up, and with zero formal training he has an undeniable passion for Filmmaking!


Plays in

  1. SHORTS: MADE IN NYC: LOVE LETTERS TO NEW YORK

    104 mins
    With almost 8.5 million people spread across five boroughs, compelling New York City stories are being told every day. Living in the city that never sleeps, Asians are continually working to shape the city’s modern landscape. This program highlights the diverse aspirations, failures, and energy of Asians in the Big Apple.

    In This Program: DISTANCE, DEADLY VIEW, I SEE YOU, THE PLEASURE OF BEING SERVED, FADE, FOR THE LOVE OF MANGOS, I DON’T MAKE THE RULES


Dates & Times

Plays In:
SHORTS: MADE IN NYC: LOVE LETTERS TO NEW YORK

Village East Cinema
July 28, 2017 9:45 pm