A HOUSE IS NOT A DISCO is an intimate and culturally significant cinematic journey into Fire Island Pines, a vibrant “homo-normative” community, through the lens of Netflix SENSE8 star and first-time filmmaker Brian J. Smith. Each frame captures the essence of a community pulsing with emotional richness, complex relationships, and unabashed individuality. This is more than a documentary; it’s a visual and emotional odyssey.
Join us on Saturday, September 16, 2023, for an exceptional evening presented by FIPPOA, PINES 70th, BOFFO, and the Naughty Pine.
The night starts with an exclusive sneak peek presentation of selected scenes from “A HOUSE IS NOT A DISCO,” a highly anticipated documentary by Brian Smith that delves deep into the heart and soul of Fire Island Pines.
Following the screening, engage in an enlightening conversation with the creative minds behind the film: Brian J. Smith (Filmmaker, Eric Schleicher (Director of Photography), Joe Conforti, and Jeremy Truong (Producers) Moderated by Crayton Robey (When Ocean Meets Sky).
Mark your calendars because this is an event you won’t want to miss! Secure your access to this unparalleled cinematic experience with a $50 donation. Your contribution grants you entry and supports the invaluable work of Trans Asylias, BOFFO, and The Pines Foundation.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16th
WHYTE HALL: 577 Fire Island Blvd
8 PM Community Cocktails
9 PM Screening Presentation
Q&A with A HOUSE IS NOT A DISCO Creative Team
$50 admission fee
Proceeds go towards Trans Asylias, Pines Foundation, and BOFFO.