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Tag: Bushwick Film Festival
Thursday Spotlight: Donaldo Prescod on his Films, Brooklyn, and Making an “Entertaining Social Thriller”
Filmmaker Donaldo Prescod represents the heart of a Brooklyn artists’ work ethic: scrappy with refined taste, industrious with a collaborative attitude. His Bushwick Film Festival-celebrated thriller Black People Are Dangerous brought him […]
Thursday Spotlight: Meet Kweighbaye Kotee, Founder and CEO of Bushwick Film Festival
At her core, Kweighbaye Kotee is a community builder: she triumphantly brings together artists and audiences, neighborhood long-timers and newbies alike. Her talents coalesce most notably in the Bushwick Film Festival, […]
Filmmakers: The Bushwick Film Fest is Seeking Submissions!
It isn’t a new development that North Brooklyn is a hub for creative expression—in fact, last year marked the ten year anniversary of the Bushwick Film Festival. Last year’s fest […]
Review: Bushwick Film Festival Opening Night’s “In Case of Emergency”
October 12th was the 10th Annual Bushwick Film Festival‘s opening night, which showcased the film “In Case of Emergency,” directed and written by Stefanie Sparks. Sparks has been working in […]
Bushwick Film Festival Promises Funny Actors, Alt-Horror Stars, and Lots of Parties
The Bushwick Film Festival is here with a mix of screenings and panel discussions built around themes like Funny People, Alt-Horror, and Breaking into Hollywood. The festival begins tonight (10/12) with […]
Weekend Art Roundup: Sept 30–Oct 2
Ok so it seems that Summer is officially done and done… and for two weeks we’ll get to enjoy “Fall” before Winter sets in. So get out there! Catch some […]
Call For Artists – Northside Festival & Bushwick Film Festival
One view of art is that the artist’s role is to create not for themself alone, but for the community they are a member of. This community centered view of […]