New York, NY, June 08, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- "Birthday Crashers," a short film written by David Klein and Directed by French Director Etienne Goldet, known for his short "Freaky Saturday Night Fever" with Gary Busey, and Produced by Chiron Films, Inc., Cee French Harth and Paul Harth, will be screening at the Quad Cinema on Saturday June 21st at 3:00PM as part of the Manhattan Film Festival as an Official Selection.
Tickets to the spoofy comedy are available for purchase now through screenbooker.com then search for Birthday Crashers. You can also find the direct link to buy tix on the Chiron Films, Inc. website homepage at www.chironfilmsinc.com. "Birthday Crashers" is a fun comedy about two carefree school bus company owners who crash birthday parties for the gift bags and free food until one of the duos falls for a single mom (MILF) and ends the birthday-crashing forever.
David Klein has written several comedies and is currently pursuing them in several script competitions which are advancing well and gaining lots of accolades.
Chiron Films, Inc. and Etienne Goldet have collaborated in the past on "Freaky Saturday Night Fever," which won several awards including Best Director for Goldet along with Best Audience Award, Best Sci-Fi Award, Festival Spotlight Award and an "Honorary Award" given to the film and the filmmakers from IFQ Magazine at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011.
Meanwhile, Chiron Films, Inc. is currently in development with their feature film "Teotihuacan to Texas" (TTT), a dramedy, romance, and adventure about a young Mexican man named Felix, following his dream from Teotihuacan to Texas to play professional hockey and capture the heart of of the team owner's daughter. Felix must find a way to the U.S. and escape his crazy Mexican heritage, and does so with the help of his uncle. Felix goes on an adventure of a lifetime, unknowingly risking his freedom and his lifelong dreams.