Date(s) - 11/07/2014 - 11/09/2014
BRONX INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
BRINGS INDEPENDENT FILM TO THE BRONX SCREENING FILMS FROM AROUND THE CORNER AND AROUND THE WORLD AT LEHMAN COLLEGE
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 7 – SUNDAY NOVEMEBER 9,2014
(Bronx, NY) – The 11th Bronx International Film Festival will screen short and feature narrative and documentary films from local filmmakers as well as filmmakers from across the US and the world including World, US and New York premieres, November 7 – 9 at Lovinger Theatre and Studio Theatre at Lehman College, 250 Bedford Park Blvd West, Bronx. Limited quantity of $10 festival passes for the three day festival are now available, daily passes are $5. Visit bronxfilm.com for film details, trailers, schedule and to purchase tickets.
Screenings begin on Friday, November 7 in the Studio Theatre at Lehman College at 5:45 – 9:00 pm with Zack and Addie (USA), Lapsus (France), Bergmans Granchild (Sweden) and Rye Coalition: The Story of the Hard Luck 5 (USA)
Saturday, November 8 screenings are in the Lovinger Theatre and Studio Theatre. Lovinger Theatre screenings begin at 1:00 pm – 7:15 with Salbusa (South Korea), Frankie & The Ant (USA), A New You (Australia), Thursday (Spain), Concrete Night (France), Pieces of Boredom (France), Just Living (Canada), Padre & Hijo (Argentina), Joey (Australia), Nighthawks (China), Undressed (UK), Here with Me (UK), Transcending Surgeon (USA), Plan Perfect (USA), Come Back Hailey (USA), Bodies in Irreversible Detriment (USA), Bliss (Bronx), Destiny Jones (Bronx), Hypothetically (USA) and That One Day (Bronx).
Saturday, November 8 screening in Studio Theatre open with 1:45 – 9:00 pm with A Russian Fairytale (UK), A Brand New you (Canada), Sound and Chaos: The Story of BC Studio (USA), How Guys’ Thought Ruin Perfect Relationships (USA), Neighborhoods (USA), Jet Pack (USA), Sacha (USA), Love out of Mind (USA), Severo (Brazil), and The Fix (USA)
Sunday, November 9 screenings open at 1:00 – 6:00 pm with Sound of Belgium (Belgium), Shotgun (USA), The Last One (Azerbaijan), A Man on the Edge (Australia), Cairo Year Zero, Revolve (UK) and Time Lapse (USA).
The Bronx International Film Festival is the longest running film festival in the Bronx growing from a festival of local and US filmmakers to screening films from every continent adding to our motto “Films from around the corner and around the world”.