SILK Festival on the Bushkill
When: 6 to 11 p.m., Sept. 21. Where: Simon Silk Mill, 601-659 N. 13th St., Easton. What: The festival will include the screening of nine short films. Food and drinks will be provided by local restaurants. The special guest emcee will be actor Daniel Roebuck. Tickets: $20 online through Eventbrite or at these Easton businesses: Two Rivers Brewing Company, Terry’s Italian Restaurant, Tucker Silk Mill Cafe, Boser Gest Brewing, Owowcow Creamery, Easton Wine Project and at the Silk Mill leasing office. Films:
■ “No Other Way”: A drama about how far a son will go to save his dying mother. By Michael Benjamin.
■ “The Brothers”: The opening introduction. A special visit from the Simon brothers. By Bill Hartin.
■ “Control”: A trailer about Sixties-era women taking dramatic steps to control their lives. By Michael Owen.
■ “Chrissy and Koen”: A child’s perception of “mums.” By Spaceship.
■ “The Pleasure of Being Served”: An “illegal” must make a dangerous decision. By Michael Manese.
■ “Mindfulness”: A trailer about “taking it all in without being overwhelmed.” By Pax Tandon.
■ “The M.I.C.E. In the Wall”: To fight mind control, you must join your enemy. By Laura Katula.
■ “Runner”: An episode from Omeleto. “Running only gets you so far.” By Clare Cooney.
■ “Tigers in the Soup”: A teenager reconciles her parents’ breakup thanks to her mother’s new boyfriend. By William Prystauk.