Queens World #9 presented 200 films from 31 countries with 79 films by women and 11 by children under the age of 11. The roster included the premier of IndiCollect’s restoration of the 1992 masterpiece Thousand Pieces of Gold by Spirit of Queens Honorees Nancy Kelly and Kenji Yamamoto and David Schwartz, our third Spirit of Queens Honoree, chose to screen In the Soup by Alex Rockwell.
"A must see event!”
10th Annual Queens World Film Festival March 19 - 29, 2020 What To Expect:
Queens World Film Festival at the Museum of the Moving Image
Expect to be delighted by cinematic treasures presented in thematic blocks from filmmakers residing all over the globe, yet all engaged in similar conversations. Expect to be awed by the Museum of the Moving Image and the Kaufman Astoria Studios in the heart of the Historic Kaufman Arts District.
With no doubt the best Independent Film Festival in New York Area.
Extremely open to filmmakers and audiences, nice venues,
great for networking and creating synergies for new projects.
In summary: all what an independent film festival should be. Filmmaker and two time Emmy winner Alex Lora
Queens World Executive Director
“How can I help you? What do you need?”
Expect to be welcomed to events by filmmakers, photographers, actors, writers, producers, dancers, artists excited to be part a dynamic event. Expect engaging talk-backs, industry events and networking opportunities with festival directors, filmmakers, sponsors, special guests and honorees.
9th Annual Filmmakers Opening Night at Museum of the Moving Image