Public Programming at Film Week

Exhibitions & experiences at the Media Center will take place throughout IFP Film Week that are open to the public, including:

Saturday, September 17

Krush Groove Screening & Dance Party

4 – 10 pm @ The Archway (Under the Manhattan Bridge)

Presented with DUMBO BID, Rooftop Films, and Alamo Drafthouse.

Join us to kick of IFP Film Week! Come for the DANCING: Be sure to get to the Archway early so you don’t miss the Tunnelvision: DUMBO dance party. (4 pm) Stay for the FILM: After grooving, settle in for a screening of the ‘80s classic Krush Groove. (8:30 pm)

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Tuesday, September 20

IFP Filmmaker Lab Showcase

7 – 10 pm, Pier 1 @ Brooklyn Bridge Park  

Supported by the Time Warner Foundation.

In partnership with Rooftop Films and Brooklyn Bridge Park.

Hosted annually during IFP Film Week, the IFP Filmmaker Labs Showcase gives audiences a first look at 20 exciting new feature films, before their festival premieres.

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Wednesday, September 21

IFP & BRIC FLIX Present: Filmmaking: What does it mean NOW?

7 pm @ BRIC, The Stoop

Presented with BRIC.

Featuring innovative writers and directors working in film, television, and digital platforms, discussing how they tell stories — and make a living — across multiple platforms. Speakers will include Ingrid Jungermann (F to 7th), Chris Kelly (Other People), Jessie Komitor (People of New York), and Chioke Nassor (Late Night with Seth Meyers).

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Wednesday, September 21

IFP Screen Forward Lab Showcase

7 – 10 pm, Pier 1 @ Brooklyn Bridge Park

Supported by the Time Warner Foundation.

In partnership with Rooftop Films and Brooklyn Bridge Park.

For the first time, the IFP Screen Forward Labs Showcase gives audiences a first look at 20 exciting new television and webseries, before their broadcast premieres.

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Thursday, September 22

POV and IFP Film Week Celebrate LGBTQ Stories in Film

7 pm @ Photoville Beer Garden

Presented with POV and Photoville.

Join POV, Photoville, and IFP for an evening celebrating LGBTQ stories in film, featuring a sneak-preview of IFP Filmmaker Lab alumni From This Day Forward, Pink Boy, and animated shorts from renowned oral history project StoryCorps.

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Plus! Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday: September 17, 18, 21

Digital Projection at the Archway

Dusk – 10 pm @ Manhattan Bridge Over- and Underpass

Presented by 3_Search.

Best of LightYear 1.2.3 projected on the Manhattan Bridge Over- and Underpass.

 

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Installation shot from LIGHT YEAR 1: “Submerged!” presented on the Manhattan Bridge, June 2015. Still from “The Floater,” by Shir Lieberman, Jonathan Phelps and Fabio Fonda.

 

And be sure to stop by the Made in NY Media Center, where the following exhibitions and experiences will be available all week long!

 

September 17 – September 22

Phi Centre’s VR Garden  (SIGN UP HERE)

10 am – 5 pm

@ Made in NY Media Center by IFP

Experience the best of North American VR, hosted by Montreal’s cutting-edge Phi Centre — featuring work from Felix + Paul, Gabo Arora, Oculus, and more.

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United Nations VR

In his work with the United Nations, filmmaker Gabo Arora uses Virtual Reality techniques to tell important stories in new ways, elevating the voices that need most urgently to be heard. Check it out as part of the Phi Centre’s VR Garden in the Made in NY Media Center. 
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September 17 – September 22

BRDG

10 am – 5 pm

@ Made in NY Media Center by IFP

Creative, digital moments in physical spaces and environments, projects will include video environments, motion tracking, tacticle AR exhibits, and live, interactive emulations throughout the IFP Made in NY Media Center.
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September 17 – September 22

“The Art of Dying Young”

10 am – 5 pm

@ Made in NY Media Center by IFP

An augmented reality (AR) installation by Shawn Peters and producer Barry Cole that examines the lives, local histories, and place-making initiatives of the Brooklyn neighborhoods of Bedford Stuyvesant and South Williamsburg, told through the lives of two young men who have been memorialized through murals.

 

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And be sure to swing by for daily lunch specials & happy hours at Cuper Café, located at 30 John Street inside the Made in NY Media Center by IFP.

 

Let’s get creative!

 

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