Interviews with Brooklyn Film Festival Winners

The Brooklyn Film Festival invites regional, national and international submissions.

Author: Anna Faktorovich

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ISBN: 1681141833

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 222

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The Brooklyn Film Festival invites regional, national and international submissions. I conducted interview the directors, producers, script writers and other creative people, who won awards at the BFF in various categories. This issue should be very helpful for those who hope to build a filmmaking career. Antonio Piazza talks about transitioning from being a working Italian writer to creating a short film that has been shown in nearly 100 film festivals. Stephan Wassmann relates the dangers and adventures of filming bomb metal scrappers during war-time on the Mexican border. Ivaylo Getov describes how one can turn their senior NYU Tisch film school project into an award-winning venture. Massimiliano Verdesca covers special effects on a low-budget and techniques to use when working with actors. Yonah Lewis and Calvin Thomas chat about the frustrations of youth and the film industry in Canada. Damian Harper touches on the causes and ways to prevent gang-violence in Brooklyn and elsewhere. Joel Fendelman talks about theology and filming locations. Marina Mello boasts about filming in Brazil.

Interviews with Brooklyn Film Festival Winners

Damian Harper touches on the causes and ways to prevent gang-violence in Brooklyn and elsewhere. Joel Fendelman talks about theology and filming locations. Marina Mello boasts about filming in Brazil.

Author: Anna Faktorovich

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ISBN: 1937536025

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 150

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The Brooklyn Film Festival invites regional, national and international submissions. I conducted interview the directors, producers, script writers and other creative people, who won awards at the BFF in various categories. This issue should be very helpful for those who hope to build a filmmaking career. Antonio Piazza talks about transitioning from being a working Italian writer to creating a short film that has been shown in nearly 100 film festivals. Stephan Wassmann relates the dangers and adventures of filming bomb metal scrappers during war-time on the Mexican border. Ivaylo Getov describes how one can turn their senior NYU Tisch film school project into an award-winning venture. Massimiliano Verdesca covers special effects on a low-budget and techniques to use when working with actors. Yonah Lewis and Calvin Thomas chat about the frustrations of youth and the film industry in Canada. Damian Harper touches on the causes and ways to prevent gang-violence in Brooklyn and elsewhere. Joel Fendelman talks about theology and filming locations. Marina Mello boasts about filming in Brazil.

Mosaic

D. PENNSYINELA LITERARY JORNAL Interviews with EDITING TECHNIQUE Brooklyn Film Festival Winners PENNSYLVANIA LITERARY JOURNAL ( ISSN # : 2151-3066 ) is a printed peer - reviewed journal that publishes interviews with popular current ...

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ISBN: MINN:31951P011780260

Category: Literature

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Not For Tourists Guide to Brooklyn 2015

Brooklyn Film Festival: Brooklyn Museum; International, competitive festival for and by independent film makers ... Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival: Various locations; Grammy winners and local acts alike, seminars as well as concerts ...

Author: Not For Tourists

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781632200648

Category: Travel

Page: 192

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The Not For Tourists Guide to Brooklyn is a neighborhood-by neighborhood map-based approach to New York’s most dynamic borough. The Brooklyn guide covers sixteen neighborhoods, with information on services and entertainment venues: everything from restaurants, movie theaters, bagel shops, and bars to landmarks, art galleries, transportation, and parks. This light and portable guide also features: - A foldout map that covers the entire borough, including streets, subways, and buses - More than 75 neighborhood maps and profiles - Listings for nightlife hotspots - Details on museums and sports - Essential Brooklyn books and movies This guide is a must-have for all Brooklynites and their outta town visitors.

Not For Tourists Guide to Brooklyn 2017

Brooklyn Film Festival: Brooklyn Museum; International, competitive festival for and by independent film makers ... Brooklyn Hip Hop Festival: Various locations; Grammy winners and local acts alike, seminars as well as concerts ...

Author: Not For Tourists

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 9781510710603

Category: Travel

Page: 192

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The Not For Tourists Guide to Brooklyn is a map-based, neighborhood-by-neighborhood approach to New York’s most dynamic borough. The Brooklyn guide covers 16 neighborhoods, with information on services and entertainment venues: everything from restaurants, movie theaters, bagel shops, and bars to landmarks, art galleries, transportation, and parks. Want to eat the best Mexican tacos and Salvadorian pupusas? NFT has you covered. How about a list of the hippest coffee houses and coolest bars? We’ve got that, too. The nearest beach, hidden park, pizza place, or bookstore—whatever you need—NFT puts it at your fingertips. This light and portable guide also features: • A foldout map that covers the entire borough, including streets, subways, and buses • More than 75 neighborhood maps and profiles • Listings for nightlife hotspots • Details on museums and sports • Essential Brooklyn books and movies This guide is a must-have for all Brooklynites and their outta-town visitors.

Reel Women

An International Directory of Contemporary Feature Films about Women Jane Sloan ... Awards: Tokyo International Film Festival, Best Actress, 2002 I202. ... Awards: Williamsburg Brooklyn Film Festival, Best New Director, 200I l205.

Author: Jane Sloan

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

ISBN: 9781461670827

Category: History

Page: 488

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Reel Women assembles an impressive list of more than 2,400 films that feature female protagonists. Each entry includes a brief description of the film and cites key artistic personnel, particularly female directors, producers, and screenwriters involved in its production.

Stop Motion Craft Skills for Model Animation

USA/San Diego San Diego International Film Festival Deadline: February Awards: Competitive for various categories ... York Brooklyn International Film Festival Deadline: October Awards: Grand Chameleon award for the best film of the ...

Author: Susannah Shaw

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781136135101

Category: Art

Page: 224

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To make great animation, you need to know how to control a whole world: how to make a character, how to make that character live and be happy or sad. You need to create four walls around them, a landscape, the sun and moon - a whole life for them. You have to get inside that puppet and first make it live, then make it perform. Susannah Shaw provides the first truly practical introduction to the craft skills of model animation. This is a vital book in the development of model animation which, following the success of Aardman's first full-length film 'Chicken Run',is now at the forefront of modern animation. Illustrated in full colour throughout you are shown step by step how to create successful model animation. Starting with some basic exercises, readers will learn about developing a story, making models, creating sets and props, the mechanics of movement, filming, post production and how to set about finding that elusive first job in a modern studio.

Gender and Migration

The film won several awards, including “Best Feature” at the Richmond and Flyway Film Festivals, as well as “Best Screenplay” and “Best Actress” for the lead role at the Brooklyn Film Festival. B) PLOT The young Filipina migrant Marie ...

Author: Anna Amelina

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781351066280

Category: Social Science

Page: 160

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From its beginnings in the 1970s and 1980s, interest towards the topic of gender and migration has grown. Gender and Migration seeks to introduce the most relevant sociological theories of gender relations and migration that consider ongoing transnationalization processes, at the beginning of the third millennium. These include intersectionality, queer studies, social inequality theory and the theory of transnational migration and citizenship; all of which are brought together and illustrated by means of various empirical examples. With its explicit focus on the gendered structures of migration-sending and migration-receiving countries, Gender and Migration builds on the most current conceptual tool of gender studies—intersectionality—which calls for collective research on gender with analysis of class, ethnicity/race, sexuality, age and other axes of inequality in the context of transnational migration and mobility. The book also includes descriptions of a number of recommended films that illustrate transnational migrant masculinities and femininities within and outside of Europe. A refreshing attempt to bring in considerations of gender theory and sexual identity in the area of gender migration studies, this insightful volume will appeal to students and researchers interested in fields such as sociology, social anthropology, political science, intersectional studies and transnational migration.

Filmmakers Newsletter

Indeed , almost a third of the of two previously established festivals — the Independent Film- films entered ( and about the same proportion selected for screenmakers ' Exposition , in its eleventh year ; and the Brooklyn Film ing ) ...

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Volume IV Issue 2

The rebellious stories are passionate, political statements that should be of interest to students of British political fiction and rhetoric.

Author: Katherine Wertz

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ISBN: 1681141590

Category: History

Page: 116

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In this issue of PLJ, one of the sections is a new set of interviews with the winners of the Brooklyn Film Festival, and the second main section is two rebellious, anti-monarchical works from the 19th century by British authors. The Brooklyn Film Festival interviews with producer-directors focus on three films, none of which were made in New York. Dara Kell talks about making Dear Mandela, a film that focuses on the shanty town housing struggles in South Africa. Daniel Long discusses Pigeon Kicker, which looks inward at the psychology of a psychopathic youth. And Tina Gharavi explains her Indian film, I Am Nasrine, about the struggles of a woman in a chauvinist world. The rebellious stories are passionate, political statements that should be of interest to students of British political fiction and rhetoric. George Cruikshank, the infamous cartoonist and satirist presents his 1820 long, illustrated poem, The Queen's Matrimonial Ladder, which bitingly relates the various indescretions of the English Queen. In a later, 1838, unpublished essay, Jeremy Bentham makes the highly controversial at the time claim that like America, Canada should also be emancipated by the British Empire in Canada. Emancipate Your Colonies!

Stop Motion

Festival International du Film d'Animation (plus film market) Deadline: January Awards: Grand Prize for best animated ... Brooklyn International Film Festival Deadline: March Awards: Grand Chameleon award for the best film of the year, ...

Author: Susannah Shaw

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9780240520551

Category: Computers

Page: 254

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A step-by-step introduction to the craft skills of model animation covers story development, model making, creating sets and props, the mechanics of movement, filming, and post production.

How to Enter Win Film Contests

( Uhilips notion of 7 : 268 America Zival nd Victe Festival Festi Tots 1 160 of the 1 : 62 ferent d 1 I : Il 16 1 Co ... Film Competition : 25 Brooklyn Arts and Culture Association : 212 Brooklyn Film Festival : 212 Brotherhood Awards ...

Author: Alan Gadney

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105037731572

Category: Motion pictures

Page: 195

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Interviews with Ripley s an Illustrator and the Winners of the Bff

This second issue of the Cinematic Codes Review includes innovative scholarship and critical pieces. The essays include cinematic theory studies such as Felicia Cosey's examination of paternal authority in post-apocalyptic films.

Author: Anna Faktorovich

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 1537461249

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Page: 236

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This second issue of the Cinematic Codes Review includes innovative scholarship and critical pieces. The essays include cinematic theory studies such as Felicia Cosey's examination of paternal authority in post-apocalyptic films. Carolin Kirchner examines aesthetics in Rainer Werner Fassbinder's work. Robert McParland studies value in Apocalypse Now. Keith Moser's new contribution to Anaphora's journals looks at the crisis of simulation in Black Mirror. Antonio Sanna looks at grandeur in the Star Wars series. And Barbara Gambini considers the cinematic effects in Pascoli's industrial oblivion. The interviews section includes two interviews conducted by the editor, before, after and during her trip to the ALA conference in Orlando, Florida, with Mark Wayne Adams, the award-winning illustrator, and Edward Meyer, the Vice President of Ripley's Believe It or Not! Their replies are frank, surprising and informative. For the first time, a couple of the interns have stepped up to help add a new perspective. Garrett Donnelly, a Columbia student, conducted a series of interviews with the winners of the Brooklyn Film Festival this summer. These BFF interviews are with Bentley Brown, Lou Hamou-Lhadj and Andrew Coats, Alix Blair and Jeremy Lange, Alicia Slimmer, and Claire Carre and Charles Spano. Another intern contributor is Samantha Lauer, who wrote a set of reviews of films that affected her, offering some detailed criticisms for viewers and academics alike. The cover image is from Alicia Slimmer's Creedmoria film, and her interview can be found among Donnelly's other BFF discussions."

The Independent Film Video Monthly

Awards : Best Feature , Best Short , Best Doc , Best Animation , Best Experimental Film , Audience Awards . ... University ( LIU ) , Media Arts Dept .; www.brooklyn.liu.edu/bidff/ DOMESTIC ACTION / CUT SHORT FILM FESTIVAL , Aug. 29Sept.

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105121654219

Category: Experimental films

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The Screenwriter s Handbook 2009

A closing night awards ceremony recognizes achievement in filmmaking , screenwriting and acting . Brooklyn International Film Festival BiFF 180 South 4th Street , Suite 2 S , Brooklyn , NY 11211 U 718 486 8181 6 718 599 5039 ...

Author: B. Turner

Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan

ISBN: UOM:39015078790600

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 304

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"This is the essential guide for all aspiring, new and established writers for the screen. It includes hundreds of useful contact detail entries from courses, societies and grants to representation and production companies."--Provided by publisher.

Frame by Frame Three

The film won many awards, including Best Documentary, Atlanta's Night of the Black Independents Film Festival, 2000; Best African American Documentary, Brooklyn Film Festival, 2000; CiNY Award, Outstanding Filmmaking, CINEwomen, N.Y., ...

Author: Audrey T. McCluskey

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253348296

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 1082

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Frame by Frame IIIcontinues the work of documenting the participation of African Americans in cinema and illuminating their important contributions to the art of filmmaking. African Americans are screenwriters, actors, producers, directors, musicians, and consultants who contribute their talents to a film industry that scarcely recognizes them.Frame by Frame Iincludes productions from 1900 through 1977;Frame by Frame IIextends coverage through 1994. With this volume, Audrey Thomas McCluskey and the staff of the Black Film Center/Archive at Indiana University bring the work of this essential resource into the 21st century. Covering the years from 1994 to 2004, the volume includes listings of black cast members, directors, executive producers, film composers, performers, producers, screenwriters, and Academy Award winners and nominees. Audrey T. McCluskey is Associate Professor of Afro-American Studies and Director of the Black Film Center/Archive at Indiana University. She is co-editor ofMary McLeod Bethune: Building a Better World(IUP, 2000).

Bloodbath

Awarded Bronze , Gryphon Prize - Free to Fly section , Giffoni Film Festival ( entered by Cowboy International ) ... People's Choice Award ; Zanzibar International Film Festival , 2001 Selected for screening , The Brooklyn Academy of ...

Author: Patricia Edgar

Publisher: Melbourne Univ. Publishing

ISBN: 0522852815

Category: Children's television programs

Page: 466

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Patricia Edgar has been named one of the ten most influential people in the development of Australian television production. Her candid memoir offers a rare behind-the-scenes look at the television industry and its politics. It also tells her own story-of how a young girl from Mildura became a leading innovator in Australian children's television production, and a voice to be reckoned with in a tough business. As a regulator and policy maker, Dr Edgar's take-no-prisoners style won her great fans and made her bitter enemies. Dr Edgar was the first woman appointed to the Australian Broadcasting Control Board. For ten years she fought for more locally produced, first-release children's drama on Australian television. In the early 1980s she helped establish the Australian Children's Television Foundation, creating some of the most celebrated television ever produced for Australian children, including the Round the Twist series, which sold into more than 100 countries. During her twenty-year tenure, the ACTF won multiple awards including a coveted Emmy and made co-productions with the BBC, Disney and Revcom. Along the way, Dr Edgar worked with a host of notable Australians, including Janet and Robert Holmes O Court, Bruce Gyngell, Hazel Hawke, Phillip Adams, Gulumbu Yunupingu and her brothers Galarrwuy and Mandawuy, Steve Vizard, Hilary McPhee and Paul Jennings. Bloodbath sets its author's triumphs and setbacks in the television industry into the wider perspective of political and economic change, the forces of consumerism and the global marketplace. This memoir reveals Dr Edgar as she really is-a sensitive, thoughtful, determined woman, still working to make the media environment one of quality not pap and a force for learning as well as entertainment. Bloodbath is a must-read for every Australian in the media industry, every parent raising a child, every woman who ever strove for career success, and anyone interested in how leadership works.

The Producer s Masterguide

FESTIVALS & AWARDS Major / International ( continued ) UNITED STATES ( continued ) WILLIAMSBURG BROOKLYN FILM FESTIVAL . ( 718 ) 388-4306 ; 486-8181 180 S. 4 St. , # 2 S. , Brooklyn , NY 11211-5329 NEWPORT INT'L FILM FESTIVAL I POBox ...

Author: Shmuel Bension

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ISBN: UOM:39015066321095

Category: Collective labor agreements

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Film Theory and Modern Art

Film Theory and Modern Art, Volume VI, Issue 1 of the Pennsylvania Literary Journal includes two interviews with the winners of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, Nathan Zellner (Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter) and Janicza Bravo (Gregory Go ...

Author: Anna Faktorovich

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ISBN: 1937536726

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Page: 136

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Film Theory and Modern Art, Volume VI, Issue 1 of the Pennsylvania Literary Journal includes two interviews with the winners of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, Nathan Zellner (Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter) and Janicza Bravo (Gregory Go Boom). It also features an essay from one of the most respected film academics in the world, Bert Cardullo, "Modish Artifice vs. Modern Art." There are also essays from Dr. R. Joseph Rodriguez, Dr. Keith Moser, and Aaron Lee Moore. You will also find innovative poetry from Jefferson Holdridge (the Director of the Wake Forest University Press), Louis Gallo (professor at Radford University), and Mark Jones (professor at Trinity Christian College). Finally, there is a review from the Editor, Anna Faktorovich, of a television series available in-full on Netflix, Breaking Bad. It is discussed at-length, with a focus on the elements that position it somewhere between great art and disastrous pop filmmaking, and a special look at acting methodology through a study of the supporting lead, Aaron Paul.