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11th Annual Big Apple Film Festival Kicks Off November 5

11th Annual Big Apple Film Festival Kicks Off November 5

The 11th annual Big Apple Film Festival has announced its lineup of 129 feature-length and short films.  In addition to film screenings, this year’s festival will also feature Q&As with filmmakers and talent, discussions with special guests, opening and closing night receptions and a closing night awards ceremony.  The 11th annual Big Apple Film Festival runs

Interview: Sam Neave (Writer/Director – ‘Almost in Love’)

‘ALMOST in LOVE‘ is a love story shot in two single, continuous 40 minute takes set eighteen months apart: the first over a sunset, the second over a sunrise. Sasha has been in love with Mia for years. His best friend, Kyle, recently started dating Mia until it all fell apart. None of them have

Interview: Alexander Poe (Writer/Director – ‘Ex-Girlfriends’)

Disheartened by his latest relationship catastrophe, Graham (Alexander Poe) attempts to rekindle the spark with his ex-girlfriend, Laura (Kristen Connolly). In the attempt to win her back Graham discovers he has a unique problem: Laura and another one of his ex-girlfriends (Jennifer Carpenter) are dating the same guy (Noah Bean). ‘Ex-Girlfriends‘ is a comedy about three

Interview: Jonathan Lipp (Founder ‘Big Apple Film Festival’)

Jonathan Lipp is the founder of the “BIG APPLE FILM FESTIVAL” & “THE BIG APPLE FILM SOCIETY“, which opened at the Anthology Film Archives in New York City in December of 2004.   This years edition of the festival will be held from November 14-18 at New York Cities Tribeca Cinemas. The Big Apple Film

2012 Big Apple Film Festival – November 14-18 @ Tribeca Cinemas

The Big Apple Film Society was established as a means of supporting and promoting independent films and filmmakers from the New York City metropolitan area.  Our primary mission is to connect cinematic audiences with influential, educational and entertaining films that have been developed and produced outside of the mainstream studio system and reflect the ideals