New York filmmaker Diana Peralta’s vibrant feature film debut, DE LO MIO, will World Premiere as the Closing Night film of 2019 BAMcinemaFest.
NAME OF FESTIVAL: BAMCinemaFest
WHERE: New York
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
BAMcinemaFest presents the most dynamic and entertaining new films from cinema's brightest up-and-coming talents, plus special repertory screenings, live music, outdoor screenings, filmmaker Q&As, and more. Launched in 2009 as a showcase for new independent films, the annual festival is an extension of the year-round BAMcinématek film program, collecting the most innovative new work from festivals in the US and around the world and bringing them to New York City audiences.
The oddball comedy Chained for Life directed by Aaron Schimberg and starring Jess Weixler, Adam Pearson and Stephen Plunkett will World Premiere on Sunday, June 24th at BAMcinemaFest.
BAM unveiled the lineup for the tenth annual BAMcinemaFest taking place June 20 to July 18, 2018. Opening this year’s festival on Wednesday, June 20 is the head-spinningly surreal debut from musician-turned-filmmaker Boots Riley, Sorry to Bother You.
Ti West’s IN A VALLEY OF VIOLENCE, starring Ethan Hawke, James Ransone, Taissa Farmiga, Karen Gillan, John Travolta had its New York Premiere at the 2016 BAMcinemaFest in Brooklyn, New York City.
The Sundance Film Festival Award-winning film MORRIS FROM AMERICA will be available exclusively on DirecTV beginning July 7th. It will open theatrically in select cities on August 19th.
The 2016 BAMcinemaFest, taking place June 15 to 26, 2016 in Brooklyn, announced its full lineup. The 8th edition of the festival will open with the NY Premiere of Little Men directed by Ira Sachs, and close with the NY Premiere of Dark Night directed by Tim Sutton.
Manfred Kirchheimer’s Restored legendary NYC film “Stations Of The Elevated” to Premiere at BAMCinemaFest
APD’s Cinema Conservancy program announce the upcoming release of Stations of the Elevated (1981), a 45-minute independent documentary directed, produced and edited by Manfred Kirchheimer, in a new restoration. Shot over the course of 1977 on lush 16mm color reversal stock, the film weaves together vivid images of elevated subway trains crisscrossing New York City’s gritty urban landscape. With a complex soundtrack that combines the ambient sounds of the city with the music of Charles Mingus and Aretha Franklin, the film is an impressionistic portrait of and tribute to a New York that has long since disappeared.