The Dumbo Film Festival (DFF) is a yearly event structured in bimonthly contests. Every two months, each of the categories will be awarded and a final ceremony will be held every year in New York City’s district of Dumbo to award projects that have been judged the very best over the past year. This structure is meant to highlight both affirmed and emergent filmmakers and to launch promising artists into the world film stage.
Directed by Ludovic Houplain, My Generation is an animated short film first released in 2018. It’s such an interesting visual experience.
The film offers a panoramic vision of pop culture in general, focusing on many different parts of culture and the Internet as a whole.
The movie focuses on Carlos, a very enthusiastic traveler who decides to go to Antarctica for his holiday. It may seem like a weird choice for a holiday, but he is an adventurer at heart and it shows – his happy smile and energy showcase just how happy he is being on this very intriguing continent.
The shortlist for the 2020 Academy Awards was released recently, and Sometimes, I Think About Dying directed by Stefanie Abel Horowitz made the cut.
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I originally planned to attend the opening day of the Dumbo Film Festival, but missed out on the opportunity to support the filmmakers. I took the next day off to watch the winning films. Great screening room, lovely hospitality. I really enjoyed the distinguished selection of films curated from around the world; they kept me fully engaged and inspired. The Q&As were well thought out. So glad I attended and look forward to next year.
The organizers for the festival provided optimum service and are passionate about providing a platform for filmmakers like myself to express influential art.
The Dumbo Film Festival has really great programming and a cutting edge international selection. I was happy to be selected for it and wish them well for future events!
Great communication, value and followup, unfortunately I cannot comment on hospitality or networking as I have not attended yet – but if their communication and selection quality is anything to go on I am sure it can be highly recommended