Picture Farm is proud to announce the 2017 edition of the Picture Farm Film Fest, with a program made up of: Global Environment Issues for the Local Audience, Black Voices in Independent Film, Defying Gender Identity Labels and Untold Stories of Struggle & Change from Around The World.
Opening night will feature the New York premiere of “The Memory of Fish” Friday, March 24th at 7:30 pm with a post-screening Q&A with director Jennifer Galvin.
Saturday March 25th we have show three distinct programs:
QUEER CITY begins at 1:30 pm, featuring shorts addressing Defying Gender Identity Labels.
LADIES WITH LENSES presents at 4:30 pm, featuring Films About Women Made By Women.
POSITIVELY BLACK at 7:30 pm with Black Voices in Independent Film.
Each program will be followed by a moderated Q&A session.
Sunday March 26th we will present a shorts program followed by a closing feature:
Kicking off at 2:30 pm, OUR EARTH LIKE NEVER BEFORE with shorts tackling Global Environment Issues for the Local Audience.
At 6:30 pm our closing film “After Spring” will be preceded by “That’s Where War Became Personal For Me”
To reserve a seat, check out the Brown Paper Tickets page…
A Full Run of Show Schedule is at the very bottom of this article.
Picture Farm is proud to announce our first full show of the 2017 season, Exit Light, opening Friday February 3rd. The group exhibition celebrates the photography and study of the up and coming and otherwise-engaged.
Now in its third year, Picture Farm Film Festival will be happening on the weekend of 3/24-3/26 2017
We are accepting submissions for short films addressing these topics:
• Films About Women Made By Women
• Global Environment Issues for the Local Audience
• Black Voices in Independent Film
• Defying Gender Identity Labels
• Untold Stories of Struggle & Change from Around The World
We will review feature film submissions on a case by case basis. We accept Narratives, Documentaries, Animated Films, Experimental Works, Music Videos, and Teaser / Trailers.
Click here to submit
The 2016 edition of the Official Picture Farm Holiday Festivus was held on December 13th under non-threatening skies. Los Angeles bureau chief Wes Auburn dragged LA-based producer Kendall Stewart across the country to take part, while Brooklyn-based producer Cleveland Jones found himself out in the cold on a job (someone has to bring home the bacon.)
Much missed were our brethren from the London, Madrid and Barcelona bureaus, but we’ll be excited to see what mischief they make across the Atlantic. “Stay tuned,” they say.
The night started with the annual Bad Santa/White Elephant/Sigourney Weaver Gift Exchange in the back editing bay of our Brooklyn HQ. Moving on to Snacky on Grand Street after a contentious but fruitful family therapy session, Toddy Stewart introduced the gang to the joys of one of his favorite films, Tampopo, over steamed oddities. The whole crowd ended up at Gutters bowling alley on North 14th (ish), broken up into three teams of distinct bowling cultures.
The only thing we really know, by the end of a raucous night, is that being left-handed doesn’t necessarily give one the expected sporting advantage when bowling, similarly, having an English accent doesn’t put actual english on the ball, and one always wants Chris Bren on one’s bowling team, at least until Leslie Yoon finally finds the perfect ball, at which point all bets are off.
A good time had by all.