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  •  African Diaspora International Film Festival

    African Diaspora International Film Festival

    Welcome to the world of the African Diaspora International Film Festival (ADIFF). In our reality, people from diverse races, nationalities and backgrounds come together to enjoy important cinematic works of creativity, intellectual expansion, identity, and equality. In this world there are no boundaries around people because they are embraced in a universal understanding of humanity. This is the element of commonality that weaves through this annual event of images from Africa and the African Diaspora.
  • 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.
    The 15th Annual IMAGINE SCIENCE FILM FESTIVAL at Cinema Village (Oct 14-20)

    The 15th Annual IMAGINE SCIENCE FILM FESTIVAL at Cinema Village (Oct 14-20)

    For our 15th Anniversary festival (Oct 14-21), our theme of the year is the Science New Wave, where scientific pursuit is free to co-exist and blend freely across disciplines and cultures. Scientific stories are becoming more personal and hybrid, tackling issues pertaining both to the individual and the world at-large. How are filmmakers, scientists and educators working together to create singular narratives? The boundaries between scientific data and cinema magic are dissolving. Similar to developing organisms, science films are emerging with new traits and new forms. The Science New Wave is born. imaginesciencefilms.org
  • NEW YORK SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2022 Starts November 11

    NEW YORK SHORT FILM FESTIVAL 2022 Starts November 11

    CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS! The 2022 New York Short Film Festival runs Nov 11-17. Showcasing the best of short filmmaking from around the world, the NYSFF celebrates indie films and filmmakers.   Here’s the 2022 Screening Schedule & Official Selection.
  • WILDLIFE CONSERVATION FILM FESTIVAL October 14 - October 20

    WILDLIFE CONSERVATION FILM FESTIVAL October 14 - October 20

    WCFF's mission is to inform, engage and inspire audiences about the upmost need and importance of the protection of global biodiversity. WCFF does this through the annual film festivals in New York, Los Angeles and Monterrey, Mexico. WCFF also hosts in partnership events in Brazil, China, Nigeria and other countries. WCFF's educational outreach programs take place on college and university campuses across the globe. All education outreach events are free for students, staff, faculty and the public to attend. People that attend and participate in WCFF events are international wildlife conservationists, filmmakers, photographers, scientists and people across the globe that work toward the preservation of global biodiversity.
    The Workers Unite Film Festival 11th Anniversary Season at Cinema Village NYC

    The Workers Unite Film Festival 11th Anniversary Season at Cinema Village NYC

    The Workers Unite Film Festival is a celebration of Global Labor Solidarity. The Festival aims to showcase student and professional films from the United States and around the world which publicize and highlight the struggles, successes and daily lives of all workers in their efforts to unite and organize for better living conditions and social justice. WUFF brings together activists, academics, and filmmakers of all ages and backgrounds for a celebration of social justice and the arts. Through dozens of documentary screenings, community forums, and interactive events across New York City, the festival provides working people with a platform to tell their stories while leading a movement for meaningful change. In recent years, we've incorporated theater production, live music, and poetry/spoken word nights. We are the largest worker solidarity themed film festival in the nation and the only one in NYC, with the full support of NYC Council Speaker Adrienne E. Adams, NYC Central Labor Council, National & New York State AFL-CIO, IBEW Local 3, PEF, 1199SEIU, The Puffin Foundation, The NY Labor History Association, UA Local 1 Plumbers, UFT, NYSNA, NY District Council of Carpenters, RWDSU, Workers United NY & NJ, and many more
  • SOCIALLY RELEVANT FILM FESTIVAL (March 18 - 20) - Our Cinema Village film line up
  • MANHATTAN FILM FESTIVAL Starts JUNE 10 for 2 WEEKS

    MANHATTAN FILM FESTIVAL Starts JUNE 10 for 2 WEEKS

    The 16th 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.