This Month


3rd I New York's 2nd Anniversary

November 13, 2004 5pm & 7pm

Two Boots Pioneer Theater
155 East 3rd Street (at Avenue A); F to 2nd Ave; 6 to Bleecker


Turn off the news and let us cheer you up! 3rd I celebrates Free Speech, Artistic Excellence, and Community on its 2nd Anniversary. What you love best - some rare underground music videos, raw UK shorts, and special guests!
For the last 2 years we have brought you a monthly dose of fresh new artists, hearty documentaries, hard-to-find British comedy, Masters of the medium, and the occasional happy hour. This month, 3rd I kicks off SECOND SATURDAYS, a bi-monthly residency at 5pm & 7pm at the Pioneer every other month. Special thanks to the Pioneer Theater for our two-year partnership.

(* Denotes Artist in Attendance.)


Music Videos

- "GK2" from Karsh Kale (Dir. Zina Brown) *
- "White Cloud Intellect" from Lal, Canada
- "Images You Didn't See" by internationally-renowned Anand Patwardhan
- "Go to ASA" by DK* featuring Ming & FS
- "No More" by Junoon*
- Hip-Hop from Quanteye*


2 Minutes

Dir. Neil Biswas, 9 min, produced for BBC, UK

From the writer of "Second Generation". Speed dating: Gujarati style. With only two minutes to prove himself worthy to the ladies, smooth-talking Joti can more than handle his own. Or so he thinks.



Brick Lane

Dir. Paul Makkar , 14 mins , 35mm

The quest of two teenage boys out to impress the beautiful Nabeela at a local Bhangra Party - even at the expense of the notorious Bucksman.



Dishoom! Amitabh for President

Dir: The Mahoot Media Crew, 5 min, California, Animation.

Election 2004: Amitabh for America.




Dir. Heena Trivedi, 9 min, UK, 2004, mini-DV

First kiss. A moment forgotten? Sim is happy with her life and has a good relationship with her girlfriend. Then, out of the blue she gets an unexpected call from her childhood love, Maya, who is now married.


American Made

Dir. Sharat Raju, 25 min, USA, 2004 Kodak Student Visionary Award Winner

A Sikh-American family on their way to the Grand Canyon becomes stranded in the middle of the desert. The father, clad in his turban, tries to flag down help.



Holly Bolly

Dir. Dishad Husain, UK, Beta, 9 min

A hilarious satire on the commercialization of cinema where two young directors pitch their 'art film' - a combo of Gangster and Bollywood genres.



$9 adults, $6.50 Pioneer Members

Available at Pioneer Box Office


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