Sixteen Finalists Announced for Tropfest NY 2013

Posted in Blog, Media releases on Thursday 06/06/13

Today, we are excited to announce the sixteen finalists for Tropfest New York 2013. This doubles the number of finalists from last year! Ten of this year’s finalists are New York City-based, while the other six finalists submitted their entries from South Africa, Australia, Canada and Los Angeles.

The finalists are:

Across the Pond directed by Jessica M. Thompson (Brooklyn, USA)
Apart directed by Nick Baker and Tristan Klein (NSW, AUST)
Ben directed by Tom Lipinski (Brooklyn, USA)
Bridget directed by David Eisenberg and Kaela Wohl (Astoria NY, USA)
Capture directed by Jennifer Gerber (New York, USA)
Innocent Creep directed by Nick Petrie (Brooklyn, USA)
Pocket Money directed by Scott Holgate (NSW, AUST)
Rooftop King directed by Carmine Famiglietti (Flushing NY, USA)
The Hardest Part directed by Eve Danzeisen (Los Angeles, USA)
The Pencil directed by Christo Erasmus (Gauteng, South Africa)
The Possibilities directed by Alexander Poe (New York, USA)
The Snatcher directed by Maria Gordillo (Brooklyn, USA)
The Unlikely Maestro directed by Nick Baker and Tristan Klein (NSW, AUST)
University Glimpse (The Musical Movie) directed by Max Damashek (New York, USA)
Wet Dreams directed by Timothy Blackburn and Lyndal Moody (Ontario, Canada)
When The World Is Done With You directed by Jonathan Emmerling (Brooklyn, USA)

Speaking about the finalists, Tropfest’s John Polson said: “We are thrilled to have received more film entries this year than ever before, from a highly talented group of filmmakers. All the finalists should feel particularly proud to have made this final round.  It’s a diverse collection of shorts, showing off a wide array of vision and artistry, and we are thrilled to present these films to the live audience on June 22.”

To read the full press release, please click HERE.

And don’t forget to reserve your FREE space for Tropfest NY HERE.

 


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