Sundance Film Review: Monsters and Men

Posted By admin on February 9, 2018 7:27pm

By: Brittany Conrad New York Native filmmaker, Reinaldo Marcus Green, brings us this racially charged, jarring story depicting the aftermath of a police killing of a black man, told through the eyes of three very different characters; an African American bystander who filmed the crime on his cellphone, an African American police officer, and a high school baseball phenomenon who is inspired...


Late Deadline for Submissions!

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 6:08pm

You haven't missed your chance to submit to the New York City Independent Film Festival! Our Late Deadline is December 31st. Don't miss your chance to screen your film for a sold out audience!


In Attendance: New York No Limits Film Screening

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 6:07pm

The NYC Indie Film Festival team was invited to the New York No Limits Film Screening. Some of our film reviewers were able to attend to give you a look inside the films shown. The New York No Limits Film Series 2017 Summit, presented by the Wild Project ,took place November 16-18 2017. The 2017 Summit was the 7th presentation of New York No Limits year end film programming event. Each...


Film Review: The Wishgranter

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:59pm

By: Brittany Conrad What happens when you throw a penny into a fountain and make a wish? Echo Wu seeks to bring life to this long held tradition with the engaging short animated film, The Wishgranter. Vibrant pops of color and Pixar like animations come at us in this short piece that is both playful and sweet in nature. For all those leaving their life up to fate by throwing a coin into a...


Film Review: Backstory

Posted By admin on December 4, 2017 5:59pm

By: Brittany Conrad An entire life is broken down into 8 minutes in Joschka Laukeninks’s, Backstory, an extremely compelling short narrative following one man’s story from birth to death. A film based around the notion that everything we have in life will inevitably shift and change, only to one day end. Though bleak and a bit morbid, this short is extremely moving and exciting with its fast...


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