Manhattan Film Festival to debut BK short comedy

A Brookyn filmmaker is set to premiere a short comedy at the Manhattan Film Festival this weekend. Jason Cusato's "A Box Came to Brooklyn" will

Jason Cusato's

Jason Cusato's "A Box Came to Brooklyn" will screen on Saturday. The 26-minute film was written, shot and edited in Brooklyn. (6/11/15)

NEW YORK - A Brookyn filmmaker is set to premiere a short comedy at the Manhattan Film Festival this weekend.

Jason Cusato's "A Box Came to Brooklyn" will screen on Saturday. The 26-minute film was written, shot and edited in Brooklyn.

The underlying theme focuses on something near and dear to Brooklyn residents - gentrification.

Cuasto says he hopes this will be the first stop on a successful tour of film festivals around the country.

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