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The 2013 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival Announces World Premiere Feature Film Selections

The 2013 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival Announces World Premiere Feature Film Selections

The 2013 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival (AoBFF) has announced its World Premiere feature selections, all of which are independent films with a connection to Brooklyn. The AoBFF was founded in 2010 to create a large-scale platform for independent film in the borough. The AoBFF is unique because we require filmmakers to describe their “Brooklyn

Interview: JOE BANDELLI – BumBloods (The Art of Brooklyn FilmFestival

Born and raised in New Jersey, Joe Bandelli received his Bachelor’s Degree from The College of New Jersey. Although his first few years after school had him working in the field of finance for companies like Merrill Lynch and Blackrock, he eventually made his way to New York City to pursue a filmmaking career. Focusing

Interview: Nicole Asinor (The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival)

Continuing our profile series on ‘The Art of Brooklyn’ Film Festival, we interview young filmmaker NICOLE ASINOR as she presented her funny short film ‘THOSE KIDS IN BROOKLYN‘.  The film looks at the real life struggle of young couples, or single’s looking to live with a certain level of independence amongst New York City’s ever

Interview: Joseph Shahadi (Co-Founder, The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival)

Since Friday, we have been going down to Brooklyn’s St. Francis College for the 2nd annual ‘The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival‘.  Over the last five days, we have seen talented collections of off beat short films, socialy conscious documentaries, quirky comedies and much more.  ‘The Art of Brooklyn’ takes pride in its “BKLYN-Centric” theme;

Interview: MARIO CORRY (The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival)

Can you give us a brief background of yourself as a filmmaker and how you initially became interested in the art? I am an actor, director, singer, Producer and Founder CEO of M.A.C. Films.  My film credits include ‘MANIPULATION‘, ‘Bologna and Lettuce Sandwich‘, which is part of a 4-part feature film “Lost and Found” in


The 2012 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival kicks off its sophomore year with a free screening of the Brooklyn-set, 1991 Steven Seagal cult classic ‘Out For Justice‘, complete with a Seagal look-a-like contest. From August 4 –12 at St. Francis College’s Founders Hall and Maroney Theaters (180 Remsen St) The 2012 AoBFF will feature forty-five