Brooklyn's Northside Festival, in its fifth year in a row, is bringing us a variety of shorts, documentaries, and features in its annual film event. Although the music and innovation events are sold out, there are still plenty of films available to see—two of which were featured in the Tribeca Film Festival this year! If you didn't get a chance to catch Ne Me Quitte Pas or Summer of Blood at this year's festival, now is the chance to see them at the Northside Film Festival running from June 16-19.

Ne Me Quitte Pas
Where: UnionDocs
When: June 18 at 9:00 PM
Directors: Sabine Lubbe Bakker and Niels van Koevorden 

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Dutch filmmakers Sabine Lubbe Bakker and Niels van Koevorden document the lives of Bob and Marcel in their beautiful documentary Ne Me Quitte Pas. The two friends share a common cynicism and despair in their lives, and grow dependent on each other to get through each day. 
 

Summer of Blood
Where: Nitehawk Cinema
When: June 18 at 7:15 pm
Director: Onur Tukel

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We all know that summer is the time for horror flicks to keep the chills sending down our spines when it's hot out, but Onur Tukel's vampire movie is definitely different from the rest. Summer of Blood follows the story of Erik Sparrow (Onur Tukel), a middle-aged man who takes his fortunate life for granted. After he rejects his girlfriend's proposal and grows tired of his job, Sparrow meets an elusive stranger who asks him if he'd like to die. After agreeing to his offer, Sparrow enters a new life of blood-sucking, womanizing and overall chaos.