The screening event for a debut indie feature gets turbulent. Allie Viti and Zach Schiffman present “Blue Summer,” a purported document of the technical and natural disasters that occur during the screening of their first feature film. Amongst a sold-out audience of eager indie film watchers, everything, hilariously, begins to go wrong. Video files fail, Q&A’s meander, and, above all, NYPD reports the emergence of a sinkhole. Seemingly orchestrated, “Blue Summer” offers some cheeky jabs and observations on indie film scenes and their cultural display. With an entertaining fly-on-the-wall POV, the film also monumentalizes the essential NYC underground space, Life World, which recently announced the unfortunate news of its closure. -Jinho Myung. Directed by Allie Viti and Zach Schiffman. Edited by: John Filmanowicz. Starring: Elizabeth Cappuccino, John Connor Hammond, & more. Live Producer: Claudia DeTrempe. Camera Operators: Russell Katz, Joshua Gleiser. Sound Recordist: Sylvie Borschel. Special Thanks: Life World.