Among the work being shown in the program are four new films completed in 2014 that mirror her personal relationships and inner thoughts.
The Picture Show presents Mowgli. In 1967, two adaptations of Rudyard Kipling’s work, The Jungle Book, were realized. One was produced by Walt Disney and the other, released in episodical form, by the state-owned animation studio of the USSR.
Light Industry presents Alexander Dovzhenko’s Poem of an Inland Sea, a late work by one of the greatest Soviet filmmakers, admired upon its initial release by the likes of Jean-Luc Godard and Jacques Rivette, but rarely seen today.
No Fun Film Club is will showcase the work of director Emily Kai Block (Grimes, Grizzly Bear, and Sebastian Schuller) at Wythe Cinema
Bootleg Cinema presents RoboCop like you’ve never seen him! Connected through various filmmaking channels, Our Robo Cop was created by 50 filmmakers (both amateur and professional) from Los Angeles and New York…
Jerry McGill, the last American outlaw, is 70, three jail terms behind him and staring death in the face when he gets one last chance at musical immortality – will he take it, or will he go out in a blaze of guns, police, drugs and ragged glory?
“My brain makes drugs to keep me slow,
A hilarious joke for some dead pharaoh.
But now, not even the masons know,
What drug will keep night from coming.”
R.I.P. Beautiful Philip Seymour Hoffman
If the Brooklyn Film Festival is our area’s Sundance Film Festival, then the Greenpoint Film Festival is our Telluride Film Festival.
Now in it’s third year, the Greenpoint Film Festival 2013, has doubled in size and scope. The jury- selected films are arranged into these categories: Animation, Narrative, Documentary, Experimental, and Environmental.