Locations and times vary; visit brooklynartscouncil.org for details. To mark one year since Hurricane Sandy hit New York, this annual series is focusing on films inspired by the storm. The Kings County–made movies include “Hurricane Sandy on Bikes in NYC,” shot over four hours at the height of the squall (Fri 25); “Gouwane” and “What the Sea Left Behind,” both about the Gowanus Canal (Sat 26); and “Occupy Sandy,” which chronicles the Occupy movement’s efforts to assist those affected (Tue 29). Off-topic programming is limited to the Shorts Slam on Monday 28, where you can watch narrative and animated clips ranging from 3 to 27 minutes long. Filmmakers will attend all four nights to field questions and discuss their work.