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IN THE AISLES opens 6/14 in NYC

New German Language Film IN THE AISLES opens 6/14 in NYC Music Box Films is excited to announce the upcoming release of In the Aisles – an affecting and bittersweet glimpse into the shared connections of a motley group of nightshift workers at a big box store,

This Week in Cinema Tropical, May 13-20

This week in New York, catch up with masters of Latin American cinema at two of the city’s most iconic arthouse and independent film theaters. As part of their ‘Trilogies Festival,’ Film Forum will be screening back-to-back, and twice through, three of Lucrecia Martel’s most iconic films: La Ciénaga (2001), hailed as

Austin Film Festival, Final Deadline May 15

Our FINAL Deadline for screenplay, teleplay, and stage play submissions is this Wednesday, May 15! And now, we’re offering a discount code for YOU! Professors and instructors can use the code 19SCHOOL to take $10 off of a script submission. Students can save $10 off screenplay entries by submitting directly through www.austinfilmfestival.com and using the promo code 19STUDENT.

New York Premiere of STRANGE BUT TRUE, May 9 @ 7:15pm

On Thursday, May 9 we’ll be presenting the New York Premiere of STRANGE BUT TRUE (Extraño pero verdadero) by Mexican filmmaker Michel Lipkes. Michel will be present for a post-screening Q&A and conversation. The film comes as part of our ongoing series in partnership with Anthology Film Archives and Proyector,

Short Film Fund, Final Deadline May 2

2019’s SHORT FILM FUND IS OPEN The Shore Scripts Short Film Fund offers an opportunity for emerging screenwriters and filmmakers to have their short film financed and produced. The Fund welcomes submissions from screenwriters and filmmakers from around the world. We accept short scripts, animations,

NYWIFT Presents “Bite Me,” May 2

Join the team behind the independent feature film Bite Me for a case study of the film’s journey and the upcoming Joyful Vampire Tour of America that will feature screenings, capes, and Vampire Balls! Bite Me is a unique, while universally relatable, story about outsiders and an edgy, whip-smart,

This Week in Cinema Tropical

This week there’s still time to enjoy a wonderful selection of films from the Tribeca Film Festival. Several Latinx authors have been included in this prestigious festival, showcasing the great talent of the tropical latitudes and touching on subjects such as immigration, trauma, music, and street

Upcoming NYWIFT Programs – May 2019

Bite Me: A Truly Independent Journey Thursday, May 2, 2019 @ 6:30 PM Join the team behind the independent feature film Bite Me for a case study on the film’s journey and the upcoming Joyful Vampire Tour of America that will feature screenings, capes, and Vampire Balls! Bite Me is a

Faculty Member Joel Neville Anderson has Article Published in Studies in Documentary Film

Facuty member Joel Neville Anderson’s article “Home Birth, World Cinema: Kawase Naomi’s Personal Filmmaking in Circulation” will be included in the upcoming special issue of Studies in Documentary Film, “First Person Documentary Practices in East and Southeast Asia: Performing Subjectivity, Memory Construction, and Social Intervention”

This Week in Cinema Tropical

New York has an extensive offering of Latin American film this week, so don’t miss the remarkable range of selections screening around the city. This Saturday, Cinema Tropical, the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at NYU, and the World Council of Peoples for the United Nations/What Moves You? are

Doc Talk: “Depth Two,” April 22 @ 1PM

DOC STUDIES PRESENTS @tnsdocstudies Monday, Apr 22 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue It’s hard to describe the experience of watching this film — at one level it’s a forensic telling of a dreadful story that gradually reveals its secrets, while simultaneously creating

Austin Film Festival Script Competitions, Deadline April 19

The Regular Deadline for the Script and Digital Series Competitions is THIS FRIDAY! Students can save $10 off film and screenplay entries by submitting directly through www.austinfilmfestival.com or FilmFreeway (film submissions only) and using the promo code: 19STUDENT. For further information about these discounts including student rates to attend the Conference,