February 27, 2019
The 4th Annual Inwood Film Festival will take place March 14-16, 2019 at Campbell Sports Center located at W218 St and Broadway. Tickets are $15 Single/$50 Festival Pass; $85 Benefit/$115 Benefit & Festival Pass.
Thursday, March 14 – 6:30-10:00pm
Opening Night Benefit
Special presentation featuring: Love, Gilda, post screening interview with filmmaker Lisa D’Apolito and original Saturday Night Live writer Alan Zweibel by WNYC’s Brian Lehrer, live stand-up comedy, and delicious food and beverages byIndian Road Café.
Love, Gilda opens a unique window into the honest and whimsical world of beloved performer Gilda Radner, whose greatest role was sharing her story. Working with the Radner estate, director Lisa D’Apolito unearthed a collection of diaries and personal audio and videotapes documenting her childhood, her comedy career, her relationships and ultimately, her struggles with cancer. These never-before-seen-or-heard footage and journal entries form the narrative spine of the documentary, allowing Gilda to tell her own story – through laughter and sometimes tears.
$85 pre-purchase. $125 day-of, and at the door, if space allows. Tickets can be purchased at www.inwoodartworks.nyc
Friday, March 15, 2:05pm
<5 min. Shorts Exhibition – 40 minutes
Featuring: Say No to Drift Walking, Foreverness, 6:17, Guy in Crosswalk Seeks Nirvana, From Dad to Bobby, My Generation, Everybody’s Got Something, Our Picture. Plus, special presentation of student films: First Contact and Freeze Frame. Featuring a post-screening conversation with filmmakers.
Seminar: Scoring for Cinema
Friday, March 15 at 4:00pm – pay-what-you-can.
Hosted by Jonathan Bell. Panel featuring Ronan Coleman, Joel Diamond, Michael Patterson, and James Sizemore.
What makes an effective score? What gear and software are essential to have in order to craft the vision for the scene? How do you break into the business and pursue opportunities? Join Inwood Art Works for a seminar on Scoring for Cinemato hear how industry professionals tackle these questions and more on Friday, March 15 at 4pm. Q & A will follow.
Long Shorts: Documentary Portraits
<25 min. Shorts Exhibition – Friday, March 15 at 7:05pm – 40 minutes
Featuring: Quiet Sundays, Savino, Disappearing NYC: Three Stories.
Revolution Selfie: The Red Battalion
Friday, March 15 at 8:05pm – 120 minutes – Plus special post-screening conversation with filmmaker, Steven De Castro.
Saturday, March 16
Long Shorts: Poetry in Motion
<25 min. Shorts Exhibition – Saturday, March 16 at 12:05pm – 57 minutes
Featuring: Perception, Three Trees (In Three Parts), Seasoned.
Long Shorts: Black Heritage
<25 min. Shorts Exhibition – Saturday, March 16 at 1:35pm – 55 minutes
Featuring: Ebb Tide, Birth of a Union, In the Face of What We Remember: Oral Histories of 409 and 555 Edgecombe Avenue.
Long Shorts: Love Stories
<25 min. Shorts Exhibition – Saturday, March 16 at 3:05pm – 78 minutes
Featuring: Casualidad Rodríguez, Things Ain’t What They Used to Be, Michael, Joseph, Jason, John, La Bombilla (The Fuse), Distances, Night’s Melody. Plus, special presentation of student film, Negatives.
Seminar: Writing for Film and TV
Saturday, March 16 at 5:00pm – pay-what-you-can.
Hosted by Roxana Petzold.
Ever watched a show and thought, “I can write that”? Ever faced the cold glare of a monitor and realized you should have gone to law school? Ever waited for the phone to ring and understood why writers have a rep for heavy drinking? Join us when we drag screenwriters Kent Jones (Emmy, Peabody, The Daily Show, Rachel Maddow), Kevin Katoaka (Hollywood Puppet Show, Totally Biased with Kamau Bell, Dr Katz), Evan Waite (The President Show, Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, and Kevin Hart’s Guide to Black History), and Sherese Robinson (ABC Daytime, Prof. Screenwriting, SVA) out from their dank hovels and into the spotlight for a lively conversation about creating compelling stories and empathetic characters, pitching ideas, navigating the writers room, and survival. Bring your questions – we’re going to give these writers some real work.
<5 min. Shorts Exhibition – Saturday, March 16 at 7:00pm – 40 minutes
Featuring: Say No to Drift Walking, Foreverness, 6:17, Guy in Crosswalk Seeks Nirvana, From Dad to Bobby, My Generation, Everybody’s Got Something, Our Picture. Plus, special presentation of student films: First Contact and Freeze Frame.
Long Shorts: If you can make it here…
<25 min. Shorts Exhibition – Saturday, March 16 at 8:05pm – 84 minutes
Featuring: Adam Adamson: Licensed Realtor, Me De La Lata, Hurry Up and Wait, The Brothers Molina, La EntreViú