THE KNICKERBOCKER FILM FESTIVAL
Tuesday, Apr 2, 2013 - 6:45 pm, $10.00
2013 Knickerbocker Film Festival.
Updates from the Knickerbocker Film Festival
The selections have been announced. Here is your 2013 lineup.
The Knickerbocker Film Festival (KFF) was concieved by Joseph A. Alindato, the then-Chief Media Officer of BASKnickerbocker Inc., in early 2009. Having access to the Madison Theater and a launchpad of LarkFEST 2009, Alindato along with Joseph M. Bonilla Jr. and Richard A. Fazio, led the charge of bringing a film festival to the Pine Hills neighborhood of Albany.
The festival ran from February 26th through March 4, 2010 - screening seven films selected out of over thirty-five submitted from mainly the Capital Region, but from also as far as North Carolina. At the end of the week-long festival, the Knickerbocker Film Awards + Party (featuring the acclaimed MIRK) packed Elda's on Lark.
It only made sense to continue the festival - but to bring a larger scope of "bringing the Capital City to life." In 2011, the festival grew to two venues: the venerable Spectrum 8 theaters and the Madison Theater - with the awards show taking place at Pearl Street Pub.
This year brings back the Spectrum 8, a encore presentation at The Linda, and an awards show at DeJohn's on Lark that ties in the Knickerbocker Ledger's '30 Under 30'.
Kat Broadus (co-chair)
Judd Krasher (co-chair)
Avid Agencies CEO Michael Corts,
Printz & Patternz owner Dan Crowley
Hudson River Coffee House owner Anton Pasquill
Knickerbocker Ledger city editor Samantha Bunn
Hispanic Coalition of New York president and CEO Mónica Arias Miranda,
IT consultant Nathan Lebron
Honorary CommitteeThe Films
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