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The 3rd Annual WINTER FILM AWARDS Call for Entries is Now Open

The 3rd Annual WINTER FILM AWARDS Call for Entries is Now Open

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, The Winter Film Awards announces a CALL FOR ENTRIES for the 3rd Annual Independent Film Festival to be held February 27 – March 1 2014 in New York City. The weekend festival consists of three days of film screenings and industry networking after-parties culminating in an awards show to be held on March 1. The WFA Festival focuses

Seed&Spark Unveils Curated Independent Film Lists

This week Seed&Spark softly introduced a new feature to their website, curated film lists. These curated lists will go by the name Conversations are groupings of films by a theme. The first Conversation, titled SAY YOU KNEW THEM WHEN, features a collection of films all by first-time filmmakers. The list was put together by Seed&Spark

Tribeca Profile: Leonard Retel Helmrich, Hetty Naaijkens-Retel Helmrich (Co-Directors) & In-Soo Radstake (Producer) – ‘RAW HERRING’

The Dutch Herring (Hollandse Nieuwe Haring) has been the cultural staple, the nutritional cornerstone and the economic driving force behind the traditional Netherlands experience for over a thousand years. Within the fishermen community, the Dutch avow premiership, navigating the North Sea with technologically advanced precision that few have managed to replicate. The precious schools of

Tribeca Interview: Josh Waller (Director), Zoe Bell, Rebecca Marshall, Tracie Thoms & Doug Jones – ‘RAZE’

Stuntwoman-turned-action-star Zoe Bell (Death Proof) headlines this sly subversion of the women-in-prison genre. When Sabrina is mysteriously abducted, she finds herself in an underground lair, forced to do battle with other innocents for the amusement of unseen spectators. Each of these reluctant warriors has something to lose, but only one will remain when the game

Stylistically Choreographed ‘TRASH DANCE’ Opens at reRun Theater – April 26, 2013

Sometimes inspiration can be found in the most unexpected places. Choreographer Allison Orr finds beauty and grace in garbage trucks, and in the unseen men and women who pick up our trash. Filmmaker Andrew Garrison follows Orr as she joins sanitation workers in Austin, Texas, on their daily routes to listen, learn, and ultimately to