RED HOOK INTERNATIONAL FILM AND VIDEO FESTIVAL

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Sixth Annual Red Hook International Film And Video Festival.

bestfiction

I Like Crazy

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Directed by Francesco Saviano
Fiction, 2012, color, 15 minutes

Love in Red Hook. Looking for love in all the wrong places, Ross finds himself in a bar with a pill popping lunatic named Gillian. Although they seem to have nothing in common, after a few drinks and minor confessions, Ross realizes how much he likes crazy.

bestfiction

People's Choice Award

Juliette Fairley's Mulatto's Dilemma

yfilm7 Juliette Fairley's Mulatto's Dilemma

Directed by Juliette Fairley
Romance and Identity, 2012, color, 12 minutes

The topic of being bi-racial and being a couple in an interracial relationship is about the struggles of a woman born of a black father and a white mother. Throughout the film we see what life has in store for someone of a bi-racial decent.

 

bestfiction

My Brooklyn

yfilm7 My Brooklyn
by Kelly Anderson and Allison Lirish Dean
Documentary, 2012, 75 minutes

Chronicles the reshaping of Brooklyn neighborhoods over the last 10 years, exploring the impacts and motivations of the changes. The film, which includes a look at the Fulton Mall, aims to unravel some of the processes behind the city’s ongoing evolution. The film is also intended to educate people on the cultural losses suffered as change happens.

 

bestfiction

People's Choice Award

Kelly Anderson

yfilm7 My Brooklyn
by Kelly Anderson and Allison Lirish Dean
Documentary, 2012, 75 minutes

Chronicles the reshaping of Brooklyn neighborhoods over the last 10 years, exploring the impacts and motivations of the changes. The film, which includes a look at the Fulton Mall, aims to unravel some of the processes behind the city’s ongoing evolution. The film is also intended to educate people on the cultural losses suffered as change happens.

 

bestfiction

Francesco Saviano

yfilm7 I Like Crazy
Directed by Francesco Saviano
Fiction, 2012, color, 15 minutes

Love in Red Hook. Looking for love in all the wrong places, Ross finds himself in a bar with a pill popping lunatic named Gillian. Although they seem to have nothing in common, after a few drinks and minor confessions, Ross realizes how much he likes crazy.

 

bestfiction

People's Choice Award

Robbie's Girl

yfilm7 Robbies Girl
Directed by Aaron Lenza
Experimental Fiction, 2012, color, 3 minutes

Love and Longing set to existential poetry scored with a beat heard under the highway.

bestfiction

People's Choice Award

Film maker: Michael Buscemi

Film: B61

yfilm7 B 61
Directed by Michael Buscemi
Fiction, 2012, color, 15 minutes

Through the Heart of Red Hook. Each morning Vincent, a down-on-his-luck New Yorker, waits at the B61 bus stop, but when mysterious Sal joins him, an unlikely friendship develops.

bestfiction

Video Artist: Donald O'Finn

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Donald O'Finn
Video Artist
Ongoing Video Curator @ Freddy's Bar

Since 1982 Donald O’Finn has used TV and video imagery as found objects to repurpose, constructing what he calls “Narratives from Appropriated material”. The village voice “Best Of” referred to his “feverishly edited encyclopedically strange video collages” as “lively rivers, a liquid experience.” Stating that “his editing is so hyper-intuitive that the culture shocks and time warps gel into a state of half vertigo and half trance.” Mr O’Finn considers his product much closer to poetry or painting, than to film or TV. His videos have enjoyed exhibitions and screenings at various cult venues, as well as the Hershhorn Museum of Art in Washington D.C., and both Lincoln Center and the Anthology Film Archive in N.Y. City, performing with the multi media audio-visual collective known as rev.99.

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The Selected Shorts of Donald O'Finn
Directed by Donald O'Finn
Repurposed Video, color, 1980, 5 minutes

Since 1980 I have re-purposed, re-contextualized, effected, and weaved appropriated media samples into the dreams a television Might have been. The work represents television both as a medium, message, and as a device of conscious and subconscious cultural significance.

bestfiction

People's Choice Award

Film: Angelfish

yfilm7 Angelfish
Directed by Michael Tyburski
Fiction, 2012, color, 10 minutes

Brooklyn filmmaker poetic short film about love, sailing and the discovery of the sanctuary of the open sea.

 

 

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Special Thanks to all the
Filmmakers, Videographers,
Animators and Video Artists,
have submit their work
for the
6th Annual Red Hook
International Film And Video Festival.

Festival Founder and Chair:
Daniel Durning

Festival Director:
Daniel Durning

Screening Programmers:
Daniel Durning
Nick Shimkin
Mike Olshan


Screening Room Manager:
Mike Olshan

Festival Screening Assistants:
Ken Cohen & Yasumi Cohen


Festival Logo Design
Derek Campos


Festival Website
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