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The 9th Annual Red Hook Film Festival

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The 2015 Red Hook Film Festival October 18th & 19th Screening

Proudly announces it is now one of the longest running Film Festivals in NYC. We hold our festival in conjunction with BWAC's fall art exhibition. This year the 2015, Red Hook International Film And Video Festival screenings will take place on October 18th & 19th at The Brooklyn Waterfront Artist's Coalition's Screening Room, 499 Van Brunt Street, Red Hook, Brooklyn, New York. We hope to see you and your films at the festival. So please submit your work and come to the festival it's a wonderful experience had by all.

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Call For Entries!

We are looking for a lot of great films for the Red Hook Film Festival, There is still time to enter your work!
ELIGIBILITY : This is a juried competition open to all Filmmakers, Artists, Videographers, Animators or Video Artists who have produced a film, video, animation or motion design,or commercial project. Young film makers must submit a permission form. See submission guidelines.
CATEGORIES: We are accepting submissions in all catagories including but not limited to Documentary, Drama, Comedy, Animation, Commercial, Experimental, CG and Video Art.

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Submission Deadline: Postmarked Friday, August 31, 2015

The festival is looking for short films in any genre including Film, Video, and Animations and Experimental projects with special categories for Young filmmakers and Brooklyn filmmakers.
ENTRY FORM : Complete the  2015 Red Hook International Film And Video Festival Entry Form and send it back to us with your film.
SUBMISSIONS: will be accepted from June 1 to August. 31th, 2015

Submission fees of $35


via PayPal and Creditcards are accepted accepted as payment for the Red Hook Film and Video Festival.

Please Send Us the Link to your film.

Entry Form

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Location and Travel Directions!

By Transit: G train to Smith/9th St., then B77 bus to the corner of Van Dyke and Van Brunt;
A, C , F train to Jay St / Boro Hall, then B61 to Van Brunt last stop.
By Car: Brooklyn Bridge becomes Adam Street, make a right onto Atlantic Avenue, left onto Columbia Street, right onto DeGraw, left onto Van Brunt and continue until end.
By Boat: Water Taxi Red Hook/Fairway stop or
Free Boat to Ikea and walk to Van Brunt

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Submissions

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MAILING

Send your complete entry submission package to:
The Red Hook International Film Festival
C/O FantasticImage
191 Willoughby St. Suite 16L
Brooklyn, NY 11201
For more information email your questions to the 2015 Festival Chair, Daniel Durning
at redhookfilmfest@gmail.com

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Guidlines

The Red Hook Film is an Open Call, jurried exhibition, of Independant Films. Our Screening is held annually in Red Hook, Brooklyn at BWAC's Screening Room. exhibition of Submissions Deadline: Postmarked August 30th, 2015

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Submissions

After you make a payment send us a link to review your film. Contact the Festival Chair via email with the link and passwords that are needed to view your submission.
If needed you can upload a smaller version on our shared "Dropbox" . Send Us A Review Copy for the Jury's consideration.

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Entry Form

Make sure you have all the permissions and rights to screen your film in the festival. Complete the 2015 Red Hook Film Festival
Entry Form: 2015 Entry Form

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Mailing Address

The Red Hook International Film Festival
C/O FantasticImage
191 Willoughby St. Suite 16L
Brooklyn, NY 11201

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Payment Methods

Submission fees are $35 per entry.
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The 8th Annual Red Hook Film Festival Festival Awards 2014

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Films Awards from 8th Annual Screening

The Red Hook Film Festival is an open call juried festival open to all Filmmakers, Artists, Videographers, and Animators who had produced a film, video, animation or commercial project. Awards were given in the categories of Best Film, Best Director, Best Documentary, Best Director of a Documentary. People’s Choice Awards were selected by the audience the day of screening. The Spirit of Red Hook Awards were selected by both the jury and the audience for exceptional effort in production that personifies the Red Hook Community.
Link To Past Websites

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2014 Best Film: Shoe Shine Chicken

Shoe Shine Chicken
Director: Fernando Cuestes
Drama, 2013, 23:00 minutes

This coming of age Drama of a boy in circa 1960's Coney Island and his mentor "Chicken" the shoe shine king of the boardwalk.


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2014 Best Director: Fernando Cuestes

Shoe Shine Chicken
Director: Fernando Cuestes
Drama, 2013, 23:00 minutes

This coming of age Drama of a boy in circa 1960's Coney Island and his mentor "Chicken" the shoe shine king of the boardwalk.


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2014 Best Documentary: HAITI REDUX

HAITI REDUX
Run time: 57min
Director: Fredric King

This Documentary is a study on post catastrophe reconstruction. From the debris of Haiti’s devastating earthquake, organizations and individuals unearth innovative ways to rebuild a more stable and sustainable society.


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2014 Best Director for a Documentary: Fredrick King

HAITI REDUX
Run time: 57min
Director: Fredric King

This Documentary is a study on post catastrophe reconstruction. From the debris of Haiti’s devastating earthquake, organizations and individuals unearth innovative ways to rebuild a more stable and sustainable society.


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2014 Peoples Choice Award
Best Film: WHAT'S EATING DAD?

What's Eating Dad
Run time: 12min 12sec
Director: Michael Goldburg

When Chloe meets her boyfriend’s parents for the first time, what’s really for dinner is something she never imagined. In the vein of Woody Allen meets "Shaun of the Dead," WHAT'S EATING DAD? is a darkly funny portrait of family dysfunction and a horror-comedy about literally surviving the future in-laws

Director's Link


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2014 Peoples Choice Award
Best Director: Jonathan Elmore

Hotel Guests

Run time: 14min 14sec
Director: Jonathan Elmore
Drama about a group of thieves visit a comfortable place and realize how uncomfortable they really are. #yourRoomisReady


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2014 Peoples Choice Award
Best Documentary: HAITI REDUX

HAITI REDUX
Run time: 57min
Director: Fredric King

This Documentary is a study on post catastrophe reconstruction. From the debris of Haiti’s devastating earthquake, organizations and individuals unearth innovative ways to rebuild a more stable and sustainable society.


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2014 Peoples Choice Award
Best Director of a Documentary: (Tied For The Award)
Fredric King, D. Schmudde, Makia Harper

HAITI REDUX
Run time: 57min
Director: Fredric King

This Documentary is a study on post catastrophe reconstruction. From the debris of Haiti’s devastating earthquake, organizations and individuals unearth innovative ways to rebuild a more stable and sustainable society.


Assasination

Run time: 12min
Director: D Schmudde
The Assassination of Chicago's Mayor by a 19th-century newspaper peddler named Patrick Prendergast has delusions of greatness.Prendergast sees himself as a martyr, serving God with a noble purpose. The reality is far different.

Our Space, Our Food, Our Bedstuy

Run time: 12min 13sec
Director: Makia Harper
Documentary examining the lack of healthy foods available to members of Brooklyn’s historically African American neighborhood, Bedford Stuyvesant. Our Space explores the multifaceted nature of Bed-Stuy’s issues with food access while highlighting the grassroots initiatives that address the problem every step of the way.

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2014 Spirit Of Red Hook Award: Mauricio Mo Zapata

EU vou TE MATAR

Run time: 8min 31sec
Director: Mauricio Mo Zapata
On the eve of their investigation , 3 ghost hunters get a "visit ".



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2014 Spirit Of Red Hook Award: Red Hook Lost and Found

Red Hook Lost and Found
Run time: 14min
Director: Connor Gaudet

This Documentary, Red Hook resident and historian, Connor Gaudet sets out to find Red Hook's original coastline through a comparative study of historic maps, texts, objects and the landscape itself, debunking historical neighborhood legends and making some interesting discoveries in the process.


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2014 Honorable Mention: Director, Noria Dixon

Redeploy

Run time: 15min 02sec
Director: Nuria Dixon
Soldier returns home in search for the peace he lost overseas.

2014 Honorable Mention: Animation, Birthday

Birthday

Run time: 2min 24sec
Director: Nick Tustin

This Animation is about alien bug is born into a dangerous jungle. As he enters this strange new world, he soon realizes that things are not what they appear.

2014 Honorable Mention: Film, If You Love Your Children

If you love your children 

Run time: 20min
Director: Sanjay Patel
Raj Camarta has it all, a great job, a beautiful wife, a comfortable home, but he is haunted by the loss of innocent people in a natural disaster fueled by climate change. He begins a crusade to educate the world and in so doing destroys his marriage, loses his home and his livelihood.

 


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2015 Festival Commitee:
Festival Chair: Daniel Durning
Festival Program Chair: Mauricio Mo Zapata
Festival Event Chair: Jennifer Feeney
Festival Screening Room Manager: Mike Olshan

  Red Hook Film Festival
  Tel: 718-596-2506
   Email: info@redhookfilmfest.com
   Festival Website Design: www.fantasticimage.com

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