New York City’s Independent Film Festival 2015

Posted on September 14, 2015 at 6:37 pm

The 6th Annual NYC Independent Film Festival, taking place October 12 – 18, 2015 in the heart of New York City, will host an incredible lineup of over 300 films from 39 countries. In addition to film screenings throughout the week, the festival will also be hosting networking events, panels and seminars on topics from digital distribution to music licensing, as well as special burlesque performances on Friday and Saturday. Festival attendees can purchase tickets for individual sessions, day or week passes.

This year’s batch of over 300 films set to screen during the festival include international submissions ranging from super short films to narrative features. Some highlights from this year’s films include Wildlike, Keep In Touch, Get Happy – The Film, Girl On The Edge, Women Of 69, Southern Rites, My Kingdom, A Warm Spell, and many others.

Full list of screenings

Tickets and more information

WHO: 6th Annual New York City Independent Film Festival
WHAT: Selection of over 300 independent movies spanning feature, documentary, short, super short, music videos and art videos.
WHEN: October 12th to 18th, from 12PM to 11PM
WHERE: Producers Club, 358 West 44th Street | New York, NY

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