New York City Short Film Festival

NYC Shorts // New York City Short Film Festival

12th edition

Nov 05, 2021 Estimated
New York, United States

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Festival type Real Venue Festival
Types of films Animation, Documentary, Narrative fiction
Film length Short
Genre Comedy, Drama, LGBT, Foreign language

Mission / description NYC Shorts celebrates the short form by showcasing provocative and entertaining short films from around the world and screening at 92Y Tribeca, a brand new arts and entertainment venue, in New York City.

Created by filmmakers David Barba, James Pellerito and Jennifer Pellerito, NYC Shorts includes the following competition categories: drama, comedy, documentary, lgbt, student, foreign language and animation.

Our previous festivals have been artistic and commercial successes. The quality of the films from the United States, Canada, Australia, Spain, Switzerland, the UK, Italy, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Ireland, Norway, Slovenia, Portugal, Mexico, Brazil, Bolivia, China, India, Japan, Taiwan, Singapore and Iran was superb and we have been fortunate enough to have filmmakers in attendance from as far as Germany, Canada, the UK and across the US.
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Festival website www.nycshorts.com/

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Overall

3.05
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Quality of films
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Luca attended with Niemand Liebt Dich So Wie Ich in 2007

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A nice occasion to spend a few days in th City if you were not invited to one of the major NY festivals. The three organizers are really nice and dedicated people, The event is pretty intimate, so it's easy to make friends. All in all a minor event. But this was 6 years ago and the festival was in its second edition or so. It may have developed. Luca Around 10 years ago