To submit your film:
Denouement Films is partnering with Public Access Television in New York City to present the first ever televised film festival and Q&A, New York Premiere. Your film and Q&A will be televised with an entire episode dedicated to your film and story.
William doesn’t know he’s gay until he meets Virgo at a family dinner. The two teens attempt to discover who they really are, while their oblivious parents chatter about fundraisers and dairy-free ice cream.
Filmmaker: Michael Morgenstern
Michael taught film production in the Kenyan refugee camps with the nonprofit FilmAid and directed “Projecting Hope,” a commercial for the organization voiced by Linus Roache. He graduated from Brown University and pursued intensive film study at the FAMU conservatory in the Czech Republic. Michael is currently writing three feature films and a web series, with several other projects in development.
Be a part of film and TV history and have your film and story featured on New York Premiere.
New York Premiere is designed to promote and endorse up and coming filmmakers. All films submitted will be reviewed by our panel, Official Selected Films for the festival will be featured on the broadcast to an audience of 8 million people in the city of New York.
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The submissions are now open.
Get your short film on TV and get interviewed in this new innovative film festival. The submissions are now open but won’t be open for long. Withoutabox submissions are now open.
February 17, 2014 New York, NY. NYDEF in collaboration with Denouement Films has launched a new international film festival. New York Premiere, a festival focused on presenting international filmmakers to the New York community.