High Voltage Barbershop Presents… Family Day!
11:00 AM – Open Skating and Live Music from acclaimed NYC kindie band Rolie Polie Guacamole
Family day will kick off with a special performance from the IMPACT Dance Company from IMPACT Dance Complex in Doylestown!
1:30 PM – Feel Good Film Block and Retro Screening
Headlined by a screening of the cult classic Plan 9 from Outer Space, Family Day will cap off with a block of feel good short films from local and not-so-local filmmakers
The Rhythm of Ryan
Director – Christina Suraci
A documentary film made by Christina Domenica Suraci, This film showcases the music career of Ryan Cassata, Ryan is an award winning singer-songwriter, actor, performer, writer, LGBTQ activist & motivational speaker based in Los Angeles. With features in Rolling Stone, Billboard Magazine, The New York Times, Buzzfeed, and The Daily News, Ryan now an adult has made the most of his career, which started when he was just 13 years old.
Instrument of Peace: The Brother Gabriel Story
Director – Nolan Uebelhor
The story of the skateboarding monk.
Lil Detectives: A Toy Too Far
Director – Chad Repko (Skate or Die 2022 Alum)
The next installment in the Lil Detectives saga, a favorite of last year’s local block. Also, one of two films from Pottstown native, Chad Repko, in this year’s festival.
Director – Tom Mull
Axel is an experimental documentary which explores themes of childhood and rebellion through the lens of a 14-year-old skateboarder, musician and graffiti artist in upstate Vermont.
Director – Vyky Saiz
A meet-cute story about taking risks and trusting your gut.
Family Feature – Plan 9 from Outer Space
4:00 PM – Lehigh Valley Apparel Creations Presents… Final Destination
Hosted by Matthew Kelly of the Horror Movie Night Podcast)
The neo-classic horror film that launched one of the most popular franchises in modern horror caps off our final day of the festival, along with two more unique short films.
Director – Vanessa M. H. Powers
After his mother’s untimely death, Oliver and his father try to live their lives as best they can. When Dad gets Oliver a used car for his birthday, cleaning out the garage leads to the discovery of something sinister his Mom left behind.
Director – Adam Wells
A nihilistic hitman begins to question his existence as his reality unfolds.