New York State Film Festival

New York State Film Festival will be presented at the Cinepolis Chelsea Cinema in the heart of Manhattan in New York City.

The Cinepolis Chelsea Cinema, formerly known as The Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas, also hosts the Chelsea Film Festival and the Tribeca Film Festival, the latter founded in 2002 by Jane Rosenthal, Robert De Niro, and Craig Hatkoff.

New York State Film Festival is one of the most exciting film festivals in the USA, with Q&A sessions after most screenings. The festival has no premieres policy. The festival arranges various activities for guests, including a round the festival trip. Do attend a Q&A as it’s a great opportunity to meet everyone and get people to know about your work.

There is a limited space to put up posters, so distributing other marketing materials, such as postcards, might be better. Pass your film trailer to festival organisers as they will put it up on their blogs etc. Keep in daily contact with the festival’s marketing and PR staff. They can organise a lot of press opportunities for you, including press, radio and TV interviews.

About the Cinepolis Chelsea Cinema:

Located in the heart of Chelsea, Cinepolis Chelsea offers the latest films with state-of-the-art digital projection and sound. Cinepolis Chelsea is also home to “HEDDA PRESENTS THE CLASSICS” Film Series, weekly Rocky Horror Picture Show screenings and numerous film festivals, including the prestigious Tribeca Film Festival. The nine screen theater features reserved seating in a traditional environment and offers all your concessions favorites.

Films from the Washington Film Festival screening at the World Film Fair

Director: Jonathan Wilmotte-Broomfield
Director: Steve Encell and Pasquale Encell
Director: Olan Montgomery
Director: Tony Villani
Director: Tony Villani
Director: Martin Gerigk