LES Film Festival Begins Tomorrow at Grand Opening

Posted on: February 7th, 2011 at 10:33 am by

The independent LES Film Festival begins tomorrow, and will run for a twenty-day residency at Grand Opening on Norfolk Street. All submissions, whether shorts or features, were produced with a budget of less than $30,000. Film screenings are BYOB, and will be followed by a “Q&A with directors, music, partying, and other bougerious happenings.”

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WHAT: LES Film Festival

WHO: Judges: EVA AMURRI (actress), Murray Hill (performance artist), MARCO (downtown muralist), PHIL HARTMAN (HOWL! Festival & Two Boots Pizza), JOHN MAYBEE (Fox Searchlight Pictures), DAMON CARDASIS & SHANNON WALKER (festival curators and filmmakers), and TONY CASTLE & ROXY HUNT (BFD Productions).

WHEN: February 8th – 27th

WHERE: Grand Opening
139 Norfolk Street
New York, NY 10002

Below is the schedule, so mark your calendars accordingly. Tickets can be purchased here.

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