NYC PictureStart Film Festival May 31 - June 3, 2015

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NYC PictureStart Film Festival May 31 - June 3, 2015
Wednesday, June 03, 2015 7:30 PM
Arlene's Grocery, New York, NY
  • 21 & over
 
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  • Ticket Price: $10.00
  • Door Time: 7:00 PM
  • Restrictions: 21 & over
NYC PictureStart Film Festival: June 3rd: TONIGHT'S FILMS: 

TEST, directed by Jay Lifton (US)
STROLL, directed by Ann Verrall (Canada)
SUBJECT, directed by Serge Kushnier (US)
CON QUIEN SUENA BERTA?, directed by Francisco Javier Gómez Pinteño (Spain)

STAGED READINGS:
PEANUT BUTTER DAY, written by Laura Mendelzohn (US)
A GOOD DAY'S WORK, written by Jess MacCallum (US)

Special screening of last years Best Film winner, Mipso In Japan, directed by Jon Kasbe (USA)

Awards presentation.

Founded in 2002 by Greg Segal, now directed by Ben Arredondo, NYCPSFF showcases short films from all over the world from emerging filmmakers as well as those established in the industry. Films of all genres are accepted and those chosen for screenplay competition display a high-level of artistic excellence. NYCPSFF also presents live staged readings of short film screenplay finalists. Every June, NYCPSFF is held for filmmakers to showcase their films and to interact with each other, industry professionals and audience members in a relaxed, social atmosphere. 
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  • NYC PictureStart Film Festival: June 3rd

    NYC PictureStart Film Festival: June 3rd

    TONIGHT'S FILMS: 

    TEST, directed by Jay Lifton (US)
    STROLL, directed by Ann Verrall (Canada)
    SUBJECT, directed by Serge Kushnier (US)
    CON QUIEN SUENA BERTA?, directed by Francisco Javier Gómez Pinteño (Spain)

    STAGED READINGS:
    PEANUT BUTTER DAY, written by Laura Mendelzohn (US)
    A GOOD DAY'S WORK, written by Jess MacCallum (US)

    Special screening of last years Best Film winner, Mipso In Japan, directed by Jon Kasbe (USA)

    Awards presentation.

    Founded in 2002 by Greg Segal, now directed by Ben Arredondo, NYCPSFF showcases short films from all over the world from emerging filmmakers as well as those established in the industry. Films of all genres are accepted and those chosen for screenplay competition display a high-level of artistic excellence. NYCPSFF also presents live staged readings of short film screenplay finalists. Every June, NYCPSFF is held for filmmakers to showcase their films and to interact with each other, industry professionals and audience members in a relaxed, social atmosphere.