The 2020 Brooklyn Film Festival has officially wrapped its first virtual edition and today the winners for this year’s festival have been announced. Adam Brown’s Into the Storm has been given the Grand Chameleon Award, with Jeanne Leblanc’s Our Own winning Best
The Brooklyn Film Festival has gone virtual this year and will be holding its 2020 edition online from May 29 – June 7. The best news about this for movie lovers is that it will be completely free! Over 140 independent films
The full list of award winners has been announced for this year’s Brooklyn Film Festival, with Andrea Cordoba‘s Sanctuary picking up the Grand Chameleon Award and Best Documentary Feature and Anas Tolba‘s Between Two Seas getting Best Narrative Feature.
The 2019 Brooklyn Film Festival will be kicking off in NY beginning May 31st, and the full lineup was announced today. Its 22nd edition will feature 133 titles from over 30 countries. Claudia Myers‘ Above the Shadows has been selected
The Brooklyn Film Festival has announced the opening night program for their 2018 edition, THRESHOLD, which includes a selection of short documentaries from The New York Times. The event will take place on Friday, June 1st at Wythe Hotel in Williamsburg. The 21st
Written and directed by J. Davis, the dramedy Manson Family Vacation cleverly delivers a funny and heartfelt story about two brothers at odds with one another, which is set to the odd backdrop of them following the history and philosophy of notorious criminal Charles Manson.
The 18th annual Brooklyn Film Festival has officially wrapped, and with that, the winners of this this year’s awards have been announced. Joseph Frank and Zachary Reed‘s Sweaty Betty won the award for Best Feature Film, and Ryan Carmichael‘s for But Not for Me won
The 2015 Brooklyn Film Festival (BFF) is ready to kick off May 29th, and this year’s lineup was announced today featuring 108 films from 26 countries. The fest opens with J. Davis‘ Manson Family Vacation starring Jay Duplass and Linas Phillips with
The 2014 Brooklyn Film Festival has announced its full lineup, with its 17th year featuring over 100 premieres. The fest will run from May 30th – June 8th at indieScreen and Windmill Studios NYC in Williamsburg. Highlights for this year include Mark