We sat down with some of the filmmakers of the 2015 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival so they could tell us about their films, how they're connected to Brooklyn, and how they feel about the idea of a festival that's built entirely around the Brooklyn indie film scene (something nobody else on Earth does, by the way.)
Camera: Jake King and Kepler Bico Auguste. Sound: Scott Nawrocki. Edited by: Jake King
Watch below for interviews with:
Scott Bateman - Director, 'You, Your Brain & You'
Ali Eldin - Director, 'When The Gun Goes Down'
Christopher Phelps - Director, 'Lake Nowhere'
Kirsten Russell - Director, 'Universal Language'
Michael Broz - Director, 'John McGill Banned'
Kevin Alexander - Director, 'Hunter&Game'
Benjamin Orifici - Director, 'Delivery Hour'
Scott Newberry - Producer, 'Bar Songs'
The 5th Annual Art of Brooklyn Film Festival runs May 13-17.
Schedule and Tickets (Use code 15AOBFF20 to save 20% online)
Hey Look - Bay Ridge Events May 8-15 (Hey Ridge)
‘Minding Our Own’ documentary looks at family caregivers (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)
Vinyl fantasy! Film set in Bed–Stuy record store makes borough debut (The Brooklyn Paper)
Best of the rest of the fest (The Brooklyn Paper)
5th Annual Art of Brooklyn Film Festival Announces Official Selections and Screening Schedule (Digital Journal)