PF GALLERY : FORGOTTEN LANDS : HURRICANE RELIEF HOLIDAY POP UP

Picture Farm Gallery announces an upcoming art auction exhibition to raise relief funds for hurricane stricken communities in the Caribbean and Puerto Rico. Curated by Don Brodie (JAM) & Cory Bishop (PR)  and featuring artists from Jamaica, Virgin Islands, St. Croix, Puerto Rico and Mainland USA, the show will include large …

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PF FILM FESTIVAL 2018 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Picture Farm is now accepting submissions for our 2018 film festival. Since 2014, PF Film Fest has attracted talented filmmakers from all over the world to screen and talk about their work here in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn. With every festival, we strive to adapt our format and programming to the …

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THE NEW YORK TIMES: SOUL OF A SCRAPYARD

Soul of a Scrapyard is featured as a New York Times op-doc

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“THE BOMB” : TRIBECA TO BERLIN TO GLASTONBURY

“…an enthralling beauty…” – The Hollywood Reporter A couple years ago we were introduced to Smriti Keshari through some mutual surfing friends. She had recently returned from producing a surfing documentary in India and was knee deep in producing Food Chains, a documentary about farm worker’s rights. There is a …

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IT DOESN’T NOT WORK IV

PF Gallery’s annual DiY surfcraft symposium

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2016 WEBBY AWARDS

It is Webby season and we congratulate this years winners! You can watch the 2017 version of the award show itself on May 16th live on You Tube. It seems an apt time to recall the small victories of the past. Even the recent past which saw Picture Farm, Nike, AKQA …

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THE NUCLEAR REQUIEM ON PBS

A film meditation exploring the conundrum of our most lethal weapon

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2017 PICTURE FARM FILM FESTIVAL : MARCH 24-26

The 3rd Annual Festival, Celebrating Truly Independent Voices at the PF Gallery

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PF GALLERY FEBRUARY EXHIBIT: EXIT/LIGHT PHOTO SHOW

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.

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PF FILM FEST OPENING NIGHT FILM ANNOUNCED

We’re incredibly delighted to announce the New York premiere of  Memory of Fish  as our opening film at Picture Farm Film Festival this year! Director Jennifer Galvin will present her award winning documentary about “one man, the wild salmon he loves and his fight to free a river.”

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PICTURE FARM FILM FESTIVAL 2017 CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Now in its third year, Picture Farm Film Festival will be happening on the weekend of 3/24-3/26 2017

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THE PICTURE FARM USA 2016 HOLIDAY PARTY

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 …

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POTUS AS SEEN BY CHRISTOPHER ANDERSON

WHEN YOU’RE THE president, every moment of your day is booked. After all, you’re the leader of the free world, you’re guest-editing WIRED, and there’s a ton of copy to read after dinner. That doesn’t leave much time to sit for photos. Christopher Anderson knew he’d have to work fast. …

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MARILYN MINTER : RETROSPECTIVE

Production and Post for one of our favorite artists

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‘Trump Bros’ Imagines A Behind-The-Scenes Look At The Sons Of Donald

PF Post’s Jamie Lansdowne edits Trump satire with the best of them.

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PICTURE FARM EUROPE OPENS DOORS IN BARCELONA & LONDON

Picture Farm Production is proud to announce the opening of our European offices under the supervision of Partner & Managing Director James Stewart. Our new European HQ, known internally as PFEU, is the product of a long-standing collaboration with Mr. Stewart and U LA LA Events & Productions, a highly …

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NEW YORK ABOVE 800 FEET

“A city on an island, teeming with cash and ego, has nowhere to go but up. And up. And up. Imagine the Manhattan skyline in a time-lapse filmstrip, starting around 1890 — when the New York World Building crested above the 284-foot spire of Trinity Church — and culminating in …

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HUCK ACROSS AMERICA WITH DIRECTOR SMRITI KESHARI

Picture Farm Director Smriti Keshari has been on a loose journey as filmmaker-in-the-field for London based cultural magazine Huck, telling stories about the United States for a series called “Huck Across America.” Smriti’s ability to blend in and find the interesting subject in the most nonintrusive ways makes her supremely …

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