Flux Fest Challenges Ten Teams of Filmmakers to Produce Short Films About the Passage and Continuity of Time in Juried Film Fest Sunday, July 28th from 6pm to Midnight at Sandbox Studios Brooklyn, 154 Morgan Ave.
Mythic Bridge, a non-profit organization committed to providing filmmaking education to underserved youth, presents Flux Fest 2013, a juried film festival in Bushwick spotlighting the work of up-and-coming NYC filmmakers. Ten teams were challenged to create short films exploring the passage and continuity of time. The shorts will then be screened for guests and judged by a panel of experts from the filmmaking community.
In 2012, Brooklyn filmmakers and Mythic Bridge mentors Ryan Garretson and Megan Stein teamed up to organize Spooky Fest and Love Fest, two grassroots film festivals featuring peer-created work. The third in that series of festivals, Flux Fest follows in the footsteps of its predecessors in challenging a group of young filmmakers to produce cinematic works to compete for the festival’s “Best in Show” and “Audience Choice” awards.
Flux Fest will take place at Sandbox Studios in Brooklyn at 154 Morgan Ave. on Sunday, July 28, 2013 from 6pm to Midnight. Visual design syndicate, Lumenoti, will activate the space through light-based, immersive installations and interactive experiences that will further punctuate the films’ theme of time’s passage and continuity. Doors open at 6pm, screenings begin at 8pm, and an awards ceremony presented in partnership with Big Vision Empty Wallet happens at 10pm. Tickets are $15 pre-sale at fluxfest.com, $20 at the door. Open bar will be provided by Royal Wine Corp and music by Luka Son of Wolf.
For more information, visit fluxfest