The Pit and the Pendulum – a musicabre” is playing as part of the Offshore Film Festival, enjoying its inaugural year in the tony vacation town of Montauk at the far eastern tip of Long Island.

The festival runs today through Sunday. My short film will be screening on Friday during the Comedy and Horror Night (8-10pm) at the Solé East location:

But as lovely as the place is, you do not necessarily have to go all the way to Montauk to watch my musical short film adaptation of the classic Edgar Allan Poe story via the Offshore Film Festival…

Although some films like “The Pit and the Pendulum – a musicabre” will be screening live in the evenings at locations around Montauk, most of the small selection of films included in the Offshore Film Festival are also screening virtually. You can catch the selection here.

So come join me in Montauk or simply order your virtual ticket to watch “The Pit and the Pendulum – a musicabre” anytime during the festival here.

Which means for the next five days you have one in-person and two on-line opportunities to watch me get menaced by the monks of the Inquisition from the comfort of your own home and screen, the Offshore Film Festival and, continuing through the end of July, the afore-posted New York Lift-Off Film Festival.

About dannyashkenasi

I'm a composer with over 40 years experience creating music theater. I'm also an actor, writer, director, producer, teacher and general enthusiast for the arts.
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2 Responses to P&P at the OFFSHORE FILM FESTIVAL

  1. howlevmuso says:

    Danny – I paid for the link to your film but it never arrived. Sent note to customer service early on – no reply. If you have any idea who to complain to or what to do, let me know. Meanwhile, if it shows up on my credit card statement I will contest it. And I still want to see the film! Hoping for more opportunities.




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