The “Need to Knows” of the NYC Indie Film Festival

Posted By admin on September 26, 2018 7:56pm

Our Mission The NYC Independent Film Festival is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit providing a showcase for the best independent cinema from NYC and around the world. The weeklong celebration screens the best indie films, offers educational panels and presentations helmed by industry professionals, and holds live performances. The Festival gives filmmakers the chance for potential distribution and...

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Where Are They Now: NYC Independent Film Festival Highlights

Posted By admin on September 19, 2018 7:25pm

The NYC Independent Film Festival has screened a slew of films that have gone on to be acquired, distributed, and nominated across a host of reputable platforms. When the Ocean Met the Sky, screened in 2015, was acquired by The Orchard for distribution. Three of our 2016 submissions also went on to do great things. A Beautiful Now was released on Netflix, A Nearly Perfect Blue Sky was...

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10th Annual NYC Indie Film Fest Announcement and 2018 Interviews!

Posted By admin on July 19, 2018 3:49pm

As we gear up for the 10th Annual NYC Independent Film Festival, we are thrilled to announce that in celebration of a decade of ‘never boring’ cinema, we will be screening all past ‘Best in Music Video’ winners from 2010-2018! We thank all past winners for allowing us to screen their music videos again as a special treat for all of you. Get ready to jam! In other exciting news, all of...

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Sundance Film Review: Pity

Posted By admin on February 9, 2018 7:32pm

By: Brittany Conrad In the face of tragedy, what happens when one becomes addicted to the kindness of others? In Pity, Greek filmmaker Babis Makridis explores one man’s taste for sympathy in this richly dark comedy. At times slow and drawn out, it is nonetheless hilarious in it’s portrayal of a man who will stop at nothing to feel. A pushover lawyer, played by Yannis Drakopoulos, and his...

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Sundance Film Review: The Tale

Posted By admin on February 9, 2018 7:30pm

By: Brittany Conrad Laura Dern shines in Jennifer Fox’s The Tale, powerful memoir-like narrative of her own sexual abuse. The Tale is the story of blurred memory and stolen innocence. Told throughout the course of journalist Jennifer’s life, she begins to investigate her past after her mother (Ellen Burstyn) confronts her about a story she wrote at the age of 13. This story details her...

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