New York Women in Film & Television Presents the 40th Anniversary Muse Awards For Vision and Achievement, 12/10
Tickets at www.nywift.org/muse.
Tickets at www.nywift.org/muse.
NYWIFT has partnered with Go IndieTV to showcase the work of our talented membership through our 3rd annual NYWIFT Online Shorts Festival. Members are invited to submit their short films, TV pilots and webisodes to the festival, which will run on GoIndieTV.com and on Roku for public viewing
Film November 15-16, 2019 KJCC Auditorium International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival The International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival (IPRHFF) will feature films on the subject of Puerto Rico, its people, including those in the Diaspora, or that have a Puerto Rican in a production role. For more
Video Art and Experimental Film Festival 2019 at Tribeca Film Center & DCTV The Eighth Annual Video Art and Experimental Film Festival (VAEFF) introduces New York City to the most conceptually challenging, aesthetically daring, and provocative video art and experimental film from around the world. The festival continues
Bowery Film Festival screens edgy, gritty, funny, and bombastic films on the Bowery in NYC. The Bowery is one of the great highways of humanity, of seething life, varied interests, fun, diverse culture, art, and rock-and-roll. Rather than conventional theaters, we screen films in the coolest art
Show Me Shorts Film Festival is now calling for applications to the 2020 Show Me Shorts Screenwriting Lab. This is a hothouse mentoring scheme for screenwriters and aspiring screenwriters to workshop new ideas for short films. It’s open to aspiring screenwriters in Aotearoa New Zealand
The inaugural Climate Action Film Festival is now accepting submissions! This touring, single-night event will celebrate short films with a focus on solutions to the climate crisis. We’ve seen what the climate crisis looks like; now what can be done about it? CAFF is the
We start the week off with Andrea Córdoba‘s multi-award-winning film Sanctuary, screening tonight as part of Indocumentales: An Itinerant Film and Conversation Series at NYU’s King Juan Carlos I Center. Having won the Best Film award at this year’s Brooklyn Film Festival, Sanctuary follows the life of one Guatemalan mother who was the first person to take
Our beloved Documentary Studies program will be featured at this year’s DOC NYC, with four films by the last year’s graduate filmmakers in the ‘University Showcase‘, screening on Friday, Nov 8th, 12:15pm at Cinepolis Chelsea. Tickets can be purchased here. Kudos to our outstanding students, our esteemed Program Director,
FFFEST (Female Filmmakers Festival), a screening and talk series celebrating the accomplishments of women filmmakers around the world with a special curation of films and informative conversations, in the hopes of inspiring more women to make movies. The NYC edition of the festival will be
This week in New York City we’re proud to present a strong lineup of Latin American films and screenings: Tonight, Monday, join us for the U.S premiere of Argentine director Lautaro García Candela‘s critically-acclaimed debut feature film, I Love You So Much That I Just Don’t Know. Screening as part of our
“How to finance independent films told from different perspectives” MODERATED BY VARIETY OCTOBER 17TH, 6PM Success stories from the real world on how to finance independent films. Join us for a panel discussion consisting of crowdfunding geniuses, representatives of regional European film funds
The 57th New York Film Festival continues this week at Film at Lincoln Center for its second and last week. Be sure to check out the U.S. premiere of The Moneychanger by acclaimed Uruguayan director Federico Veiroj who will be in town to present his latest film. And next Monday, be sure to catch
MARGARET MEAD FILM FESTIVAL 2019 October 17 – 20 American Museum of Natural History The American Museum of Natural History’s Margaret Mead Film Festival, occurring October 18–21, 2018, screens documentaries that increase our understanding of the complexity and diversity of the peoples and cultures that populate our planet.
If You Can Screen It There: Premiering Contemporary Latin American Cinema Fall 2019 Season Anthology Film Archives New York City, despite its status as a world capital of cinema, regularly misses out on screenings of many key international films. Though the exhibition of Latin American
Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival and Lecture Series loves to support young filmmakers, writers and creatives in the making. We would like to offer your students free admission to our Starring Role:Casting your Film’s Soundtrack panel on October 5th at the Dwyer Culture Center in Harlem, NY. The
This weekend, head north to the New York Botanical Garden for the last screening in the ‘Cinema Brasileiro‘ series marking the close of this summer’s exhibition on famed Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx. This Sunday we’re pleased to wrap up the program with a repeat screening of João Vargas
For more than two decades, the Student Film Awards have spotlighted dozens of African American, Asian American, Latino, and Women filmmakers. Winners of the DGA Student Film Awards in each category will receive a $2,500 prize from the DGA and have their films screened in
CINEMA TROPICAL SCREENINGS: – The Other Side of the Wall Website – Amazonia: The Awakening of Florestania Website – ‘Urbanworld Film Festival’ Website OTHER SCREENINGS AND FESTIVALS:Website – Disobedience Website – Zuza Homem de Jazz Website – Cantinflas Website – Tranny Fag Website – The Prosecutors Website – Desperado Website – ‘Nova Frontier Film Festival’ Website
DOC STUDIES PRESENTS @tnsdocstudies Monday, Sep 23 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue ECOLOGIES OF CARE Screening and Q&A with artist and filmmaker ANGELA ANDERSON Join us for the first Doc Talk of this fall with two films by Berlin based artist and
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WALL (Al otro lado del muro, Pau Ortiz, Mexico/Spain, 2017, 68 min. In Spanish with English subtitles) Winner of the Best International Documentary Award at the Hot Doc Film Festival and the Chicago Film Festival, The Other Side of the Wall tells
There’s a full lineup of Latin American films playing in New York this week: Shot over two years in the heart of Brooklyn’s immigrant community, I’m Leaving Now is a searingly intimate portrait of one undocumented worker on the margins. A blend of documentary with some fictional
RUFF CUTS I: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Calling all filmmakers, content creators and visionaries! It’s that time of year again to submit your visual projects to Ruff Cuts! If you are new to the scene, Ruff Cuts is a monthly event where we screen student films.
Images Festival’s 2020 Call for Submissions is currently open. We are currently accepting ON SCREEN and ON SCREEN for STUDENTS Submissions. The deadline for this category is October 14, 2019. We encourage students to apply, please note that the entry fee is waived for students! All guidelines and
Current NYU alumni have started an exciting project named CineCina, a film festival in NYC. The inaugural CineCina festival, which took place between April 5th and April 19th, 2019, screened 22 Chinese art-house films to exhibit and promote Chinese-language cinema in New York City. Acclaimed
In honor of Labor Day Long Weekend, we’re here to provide a special double feature of all Latin American film screenings happening in the next two weeks. This Saturday head up to the New York Botanical Garden for the next installment of our ‘Cinema Brasileiro’ film series. We’re pleased to
New School Alumni, Daniel Kellerman-Demick, MA Media Studies ’19 and Billy Cadden, MA Media Studies ’17, had their short film, Dodgson, officially selected at both the 2019 Sioux City International Film Festival and the 2019 Kansas International Film Festival. For more info on Dodgson: http://DodgsonMovie.com
The Red Rose Film Festival (RRFF) will have its inaugural weekend in Lancaster, Pennsylvania November 1-3. Part of their mission is to support the education of filmmaking and to encourage young filmmakers to promote their own works at professional platforms The Red Rose Film Festival brings filmmakers and the