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Surrealist Queens World Film Festival Favorite ‘WELCOME TO NOWHERE’ to Screen Exclusive 1 Month Engagement via NoBudge.com – September 17, 2013

Surrealist Queens World Film Festival Favorite ‘WELCOME TO NOWHERE’ to Screen Exclusive 1 Month Engagement via NoBudge.com – September 17, 2013

Constantly shifting perspective, the fractured narrative of ‘Welcome to Nowhere’ revolves around a poet, a hitchhiker and three motel rooms. In a series of warped, image-driven episodes, the archetypes of the American road story are deconstructed in action, dialogue, intent, and ultimately meaning. Reduced to a series of actions, character traits and only minimal dialogue,

Rockaway Civic Association Presents ‘Beach Flix’ w/ Queens World Film Festival Night – August 17, 2013

The Rockaway Civic Association launched its second year of their summer film series Beach Flix on Beach 126th Street with over 100 movie goers spending an evening under the stars enjoying the family classic movie ‘The Goonies‘. In 2012 Rockaway Civic launched Beach Flix ‐ a free series of movies shown on the beach for

Filmmaker Profile: William Cusick (Director – ‘WELCOME TO NOWHERE’) – THE QUEENS WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

A surrealistic and dreamlike new take on the classic American road story, ‘Welcome to Nowhere‘ is an experimental film following the overlapping encounters of five strangers as they struggle to exist in the absurd desert world of the American West. Constantly shifting perspective, the fractured narrative revolves around a poet, a hitchhiker and three motel

Filmmaker Profile: Andrew Lewis (Writer/Director – ‘FAMILY FEAST’) – THE QUEENS WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

In ‘FAMILY FEAST‘, a returning veteran and his ex-girlfriend visit their old friends the Blackwell’s for a vegan Thanksgiving feast that brings out secrets and passions everyone has bottled up since their previous gathering last Christmas. The Blackwell’s just want a cheerful and loving Thanksgiving like old times, but everyone gets much more than they

Filmmaker Profile: L.E. Salas (Director – ‘DEAD MAN WORKING’) – QUEENS WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

In the near future, the recently deceased are mysteriously rising from their graves.  An emerging group of the living dead have people down-right scared.. of losing their jobs. These fresh (and sometimes not so fresh) corpses are not here to eat the living; they have retained their memory of work and need to feed their

The 3rd Annual Queens World Film Festival Opens March 5 @ Museum of the Moving Image

The borough of Queens is the most ethnically diverse community in the world, with two major airports serving to connect New York City and the global community. The 3rd Annual Queens World Film Festival appreciates this diversity by promoting both local and international filmmakers positioning Queens as a destination for both filmmakers and film lovers.

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