4th Annual Winter Film Awards Indie Film Festival February 25-28 in NYC

Top Quote Indie Film Festival showcasing the best of emerging filmmakers from NYC and the world. 73 Films, 15 Awards, 1 Fantastic Weekend! End Quote
  • New York, NY (1888PressRelease) January 07, 2015 - New York City's rapidly growing Winter Film Awards (WFA) Indie Film Festival, now in its fourth year, is establishing itself as a dynamic celebration of emerging filmmakers from around the world.

    The WFA team is proud to announce programing for their upcoming Festival and Awards Ceremony. Among the 73 Official Selections to be screened at the Blue Diamond Theater in the heart of Times Square (777 8th Ave New York, NY 10036), is a diverse mixture of 6 documentaries, 32 shorts, 6 narrative features, 9 animations, 10 music videos and 6 horror films, including 15 student films, 25 female directors and representation from 27 countries.

    Opening night for the 2015 Festival will take place February 25 with a filmmaker's reception and kick-off party. The festivities continue February 26-28 with three packed days of film screenings, discussion panels, and networking events. The festival will come to a close on the evening of February 28th with a glittering Awards Ceremony and after-party at Club 230Fifth (230 Fifth Ave, New York, NY 10001), livestreamed globally by Worldcast Inc (http://worldcastlive.com/).

    Highlights of this year's festival include LOVE CITY, JALALABAD, an outstanding documentary about an artist collective in the most dangerous place in the world; I CAN'T BREATHE, a timely documentary about the recent NYC protests against police brutality in the wake of the Eric Garner decision; FARAH GOES BANG, a road-trip comedy centered on a woman in her twenties who tries to lose her virginity while campaigning across America for John Kerry in 2004; SACRIFICIAL YOUTH, a post-modern punk musical, THE REDWOOD MASSACRE, a blood-drenched horror film about a mysterious axe wielding maniac vs. a group of campers and THE MAGIC BRACELET, a project created by Make A Film Foundation to fulfill the wish of 15 year old Rina Goldberg whose final words to her mom before she died of Mitochondrial disease were "Promise to take care of my film". Additionally, the winning films from the recent 2014 Winter Film Awards 48-Hour Film Challenge will be screened.

    Corporate and local support of Winter Film Awards plays an critical role in the life of the Festival and underscores WFA's commitment to quality, adventure and diversity in the art of cinema. WFA is privileged to continue our collaboration with Gray Line New York, Ride of Fame, B&H Photo & Video, The Village Voice, Video Blocks/ AudioBlocks/ GraphicStock, Sony Creative Software, Jungle Software, Cyberlink, Rooftop Films, Worldcast Inc, JT Talent, and ProductionHUB, Inc. an online marketplace for broadcast TV, motion picture, pro video, live event, corporate & digital media production. WFA is delighted to welcome new partners DJI Camera Drones, Edelkrone film making solutions, Gotham Sound production audio solution, FeverUp curated event site, NI3 Inc, Spirit Animal Creative Studio, Uber ride share, Yelp and Zacuto film rigs.

    Winter Film Awards (WFA) is a volunteer-run and operated 501(c)3 organization dedicated to showcasing emerging filmmakers and the celebration of the diversity of local and international film-making. For more information on tickets, schedules, sponsors, film descriptions and more, please visit http://winterfilmawards.com/ and find us on Facebook.

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