Director Nicholas Gyeney will world premiere his mind-bending thriller The Activated Man as the Closing Night Film of Dances with Films NYC.
Dances With Films
NAME OF FESTIVAL: Dances With Films
WHERE: Los Angeles, California, USA
ABOUT THE FESTIVAL
Since 1998 Dances With Films has grown from presenting a handful of films to nearly a hundred each year...from only narrative features and shorts to include the top documentaries and music videos on the circuit today. In 2007 DWF brought new commitment to the indie world with the advent of the 2 Minute, 2 Step Short Film Challenge where we actually shoot 8 films during the festival and present them to enthusiastic audiences.
Dances With Films returns to New York City for the second time, November 30-December 3, opening with Dylan K. Narang’s Tapawingo.
GB Hajim’s Mermaid’s Lament, the indie drama starring Dayva Summer Escobar and Justina Mattos, will screen at Dances With Films.
John Mossman’s Noir Thriller GOOD GUY WITH A GUN to World Premiere at Dances with Films – NY | Trailer
Written and directed by John Mossman, the thriller Good Guy With a Gun will world premiere at Dances With Films Festival
Christopher Matias Aguila is Looking for Love in HOTTER UP CLOSE, Leland Montgomery’s Indie Gay Drama | Teaser Trailer
Directed by Leland Montgomery, the indie gay romance drama Hotter Up Close starring Christopher Matias Aguila premieres at Dances with Films.
Directed by Alexander Jeffery, the indie film Days of Daisy starring Jency Hogan and Bryan Langlitz will premiere at Dances With Films.
THE LONG RIDER Trailer. Sean Cisterna’s Documentary Follows Filipe Masetti Leite’s Horseback Journey
The Long Rider, Sean Cisterna’s documentary follows Filipe Masetti Leite’s journey from Canada to Brazil on horseback.
HAPPY F’K’IN SUNSHINE, Derek Diorio’s Comedy on a Struggling Metal Band Premieres at Dances With Films | Trailer
A foul-mouth comedy about a struggling metal band, Happy F’K’IN Sunshine by Derek Diorio will world premiere at Dances With Films.
IRON FAMILY, Patrick Longstreth’s Award-Winning Documentary Stars Jazmine, a Charismatic Woman with Down Syndrome | Trailer
Iron Family which won the Audience Award for Best Documentary at the Slamdance film festival follows Jazmine Faries, a charismatic 32-year old young woman with Down syndrome.
Directed by Jenny Waldo, Acid Test is a coming-of-age film fueled by Riot Grrrl music.
Real-life 40-year-old virgin Tommy has five degrees and works at the gym, but he still lives with his Christian Korean parents and adheres to a curfew.
Family film The Terrible Adventure, directed by Florida father Kel Thompson, and starring his two kids will premiere at Dances With Films.