Tag Archives: Williamsburg

17th Annual BROOKLYN FILM FESTIVAL Announces 2014 Edition: Formula

17th Annual BROOKLYN FILM FESTIVAL Announces 2014 Edition: Formula

Brooklyn Film Festival, the largest independent, competitive, international film festival in the borough, has closed submissions for its 17th annual edition themed Formula. BFF received over 2,000 films from over 100 countries, with 60% of the submissions being U.S. productions. The competitive event will run from May 30 through June 8 in Williamsburg at indieScreen

Interview: Kweighbaye Kotee (Director Programming – BUSHWICK FILM FESTIVAL)

The Bushwick Film Festival is an Arts Organization with a mission to provide a unique platform for independent filmmakers and artists to present their work to an ever-growing and enthusiastic audience, supporting and empowering the Bushwick community by organizing film screenings and implementing media literacy and film education programs. On October 3rd – October 6th, patrons

This Week @ Indie Screen – 289 Kent Ave, Brooklyn

This Week, Brooklyn’s IndieScreen brings has an exceptional roster of award wining documentaries and fine feature films.  Newly recognized Academy Award nominated documentaries ‘Searching for Sugar Man‘ and ‘How to Survive a Plague‘ play on multiple dates, as well as Mumford & Sons doc. ‘Big Easy Express‘.  On January 26, IndieScreen will also have a

January is DOCUMENTARY MONTH @ reRun Theater

IFP at reRun is a new initiative of the Independent Filmmaker Project and Filmmaker Magazine to program and mentor feature films to play at Brooklyn’s reRun Theater for week runs.  January see’s Documentary Month at reRun with films covering gentrification, technology and prejudice from around the world. ‘My Brooklyn‘ – 1/4 – TICKETS Dir:  Kelly

The Philip K. Dick International Film Festival of Science Fiction, Metaphysics, Science and the Supernatural – Dec. 7-9 @ Indie Screen Cinema, Brooklyn

The 1st Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival is the first film festival in the five boroughs devoted to science and science fiction.  Named for the iconic novelist and short story writer whose work inspired the films ‘Blade Runner‘, ‘Total Recall‘ and ‘Minority Report‘, the three-day event aims to start a tradition of honoring