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Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide

Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide

Starts 06/25/2021
(NR) Greenwich Entertainment - 77 mins
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    God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya

    God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya

    Starts 06/25/2021
    (NR) 1844 Entertainment and Outsider Pictures - 100 mins
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      PROJECTIONIST

      PROJECTIONIST

      Starts 06/29/2021
      Q&A with Director Abel Ferrara
      KINO LORBER - 81 mins
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        Tommaso

        Tommaso

        Starts 06/30/2021
        Q&A with Director Abel Ferrara
        Kino Lorber - 115 mins
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          THE PROJECTIONIST

          THE PROJECTIONIST

          Starts 06/30/2021
          Q&A with Director Abel Ferrara
          KINO LORBER - 81 mins
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            Pasolini

            Pasolini

            Starts 06/30/2021
            Q&A with Director Abel Ferrara
            Kino Lorber - 84 mins
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              915 HUNTING HISPANICS

              915 HUNTING HISPANICS

              Starts 07/02/2021
              Q&A with Director Charlie Minn (after each daily 8:30pm show) Ends July 8th
              (R) Gravitas Ventures - 125 mins
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                Long Story Short

                Long Story Short

                Starts 07/02/2021
                (R) Saban Films - 90 mins
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                  American 965

                  American 965

                  Starts 07/09/2021
                  Fact Not Fiction Films LTD - 96 mins
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                    Q&As - News - Reviews

                    • MANHATTAN FILM FESTIVAL

                      MANHATTAN FILM FESTIVAL

                      The 15th annual Manhattan Film Festival will again be hosted at the beloved Cinema Village. The Manhattan Film Festival was originally founded as the Independent Features Film Festival. Hosted at the then Tribeca Cinemas, it was the first film festival in which film selection was done online via a web-based competition. The festival continued to innovate and became the first to introduce a virtual platform. Shortly thereafter, the State of New York approved a name reservation to become the Manhattan Film Festival. The rest is history. Upon this transition, MFF became a traditional film festival, in which their programming team works very hard to annually program a diverse film lineup of established, emerging, and student filmmakers.     In 2019, MFF acquired the technology of the former internet startup ScreenBooker. By acquiring this technology, the Manhattan Film Festival offers all filmmakers a digital film studio that can be accessed year-round. This technology allows filmmakers to raise revenue, post jobs, hire talent, license music for use in film, book theaters, and track box office totals
                    • Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide DIRECTOR'S STATEMENT (Malia Scharf)

                      Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide DIRECTOR'S STATEMENT (Malia Scharf)

                      I set off to make a film about my father in my early 20s, about 11 years ago. Having grown up in a very different time than he did, I had a deep nostalgia for his community of wild and free artists, who could be and do whatever they wanted. Although I only got to meet some of these characters as a baby and many of them passed before I was even born, their impact rippled into my life and was felt and seen growing up as the daughter of Kenny. There will never be a time and place quite like the one captured in Kenny Scharf: When Worlds Collide—derelict New York City in the late 70s, where those who didn’t feel like they belonged flocked to the ciry and freed themselves through art, friendship, music, club culture, and thriving off of each other’s energies. I was determined to live a bit of this energy through making the film about Kenny and his life. Although the tragedy of AIDS hit the world like a bomb in that community, the freedom and impact they had on the culture lives on today. It was so exciting to be able to dig into the archives of Kenny’s old videos and beyond to see and share the unique spirit of the East Village. The other main inspiration for making this film was simply watching my father live his art fully and completely every day of his life, and seeing the reaction and criticisms of the art world. I was always a very curious and precocious little girl and it disturbed me how undervalued I felt my father was as an artist. I felt he was overlooked, misunderstood and quite frankly missed. I was on a mission to show the world the magic I saw. It wasn’t difficult to capture his essence because its oozes out of him, he can’t help it. The longevity of his career and his steadfast commitment to staying true to himself was a theme that I felt was important to share with other artists. I had no idea how challenging it would be to weave together the life story—past and present—of a very prolific artist who happens to be my father, and as the daughter, I wanted to be as transparent and real as possible. I had a unique view of Kenny as well a deep trust and bond. There were many stories to tell, some told for the first time. Most importantly, I felt the film captured his spirit and excellence and commitment as an artist. Max Basch and I made this film very much in the spirit of the DIY ethos of Kenny and the East Village community. The film, like Kenny’s underdog spirit, stays true to itself, and breathes hope and inspiration. Our desire is for the film to remind people to live loud and true and never give up on their dreams.
                      THE PROJECTIONIST Q&A with Director Abel Ferrara and Nicolas Nicolaou

                      THE PROJECTIONIST Q&A with Director Abel Ferrara and Nicolas Nicolaou

                      The film director converses with the proprietor of a Cinema complex in Queens about the 1970s era of film making and exhibition in New York City, when things were edgier and sleazier than they are in today's cleaned up scene.
                    • '915' Q&As with Director Charlie Minn (after each daily 8:30pm show) Ends July 8th

                      '915' Q&As with Director Charlie Minn (after each daily 8:30pm show) Ends July 8th

                      Charlie Minn is a documentary filmmaker who splits his time between El Paso (TX) and New York City. He has sold films to Lions Gate and Investigation Discovery and once worked for the TV series America's Most Wanted: America Fights Back (1988). From his films about the violence in Juarez, Mexico, to the arrest of drug kingpin Joaquín Guzmán Loera (aka Chapo Guzman) and other unsolved crimes, Charlie's daring movies represent innocent people who have been murdered.
                    • NEW YORK SHORTS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

                      NEW YORK SHORTS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

                      New York Shorts International Film Festival is one of the largest showcases of short films in North America. Featuring a wide spectrum of film genres from emerging to established filmmakers around the world. New York Shorts has become a career stepping stone, establishing a tradition of discovering and promoting filmmakers who have gone on to be Academy Awards Nominees. NY Shorts offers short-form filmmakers an ideal platform to screen their film and gain recognition in the heart of New York City. In 2012 NY Shorts premiered Ricky Gervais ‘Derek”, which became a popular British television show picked up by Netflix. NY Shorts events include receptions, as well as workshops with industry experts and top filmmaking professionals sharing their practical advice to attending filmmakers. The heart of the festival is the quality and scope of extraordinary film programming to enthusiastic audiences in the vibrant filmmaking enclave of New York City. NY Shorts feels that short-form cinema and its creators should have their own premiere film festival in New York deserving similar recognition given to the feature film and its creators.