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New York No Limits

New York No Limits Film Series, launched in November 2010, is an ongoing film event that seeks to program films reflecting the essence of the filmmaker's vision, daring in nature and imbued with stories that cross the line of commercial intent.  It is a platform for filmmakers to explore their most vital vision.

Upcoming Short film Events: 
March 10th  at The Wild Project - Call for Entry for this event is currently open. 

August 20th at The Wild Project

NYNL SUMMIT 2016 November 17th - 19th at The Wild Project NYC. All film genres and styles are accepted. International and student films are encouraged to submit. Over the past 5 years NYNL has screened almost 200 films from 25 countries.  All genres accepted as well as student films. Feature film submissions will open soon. 

NYNL is a ongoing collection of screenings that presents the best short films from around the world in the most unique and dynamic arts city in the world. The series provides filmmakers the opportunity to present innovative, taboo and diverse films to a new audience at the state of the art Wild Project event space.  Feature films are accepted throughout the year. Awards announced at the conclusion of the Summit:

BEST FEATURE FILM $750.00 prize
Best Short Film $500.00 prize
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New York No Limits Winter 2011 Film Series Press Release

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263 Kingsland Av.
Brooklyn, NY 11222                           
Contact: Robert Wagner, Program Director, 718-916-9450


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                                                               

presents its inaugural film program



The NYNL Winter Series officially unveils an eclectic
and dynamic program of 20 short films January 28th and 29th,
2011 at The Wild Project, 195
E. 3rd St. New York, NY
10002.  The films are screened as part of a two day
event, in three screenings blocks. 


NYNL Winter Series features films that explore
everything from a high school science project gone awry, to the punishing
mental effects of 9/11 and the curse of loneliness in the age of
information.  The program includes; the
dark depths of COVERAGE by Jef Taylor, the oceanic super natural strokes
of DERIVA by Angel Tirada, the examination of new love in DRIFT
by Jim Vendiola, the post 12 step exploits of an addict in JUZZO by
Spencer Davids, the visceral look at a first date in HOLY SHEEP, the
troubled artists in SYNC by Ein Chang and the deep consequences of a
repressed boxer in LEATHER by James Boldiston and David Richardson. 


The goal of NYNL is multi layered and broad; to
create a film program of the most genre diverse, multi cultural and visionary
independent films from around.  NYNL
film series
seeks to program films that reflect the essence of the
filmmaker's vision, daring in nature and mind bending subjects that cross the lines
of commercial intent.  Ultimately, NYNL
wishes to give filmmakers that take profound leaps a shot on the platform. 


New York No Limits was created by Tom Escovar and
Robert Wagner two New York based
film and theater producers with the intent to create a year around film and
arts event in New York City.

For press tickets please contact Robert Wagner

DATES: Friday January 28th & Saturday January 29th 2011.
TIMES: Friday @ 8PM,
Saturday @ 3PM & 8PM.

LOCATION: The Wild Project, 195 E. 3rd
st. NY, NY 10002.
TICKETS: $10 General Admission, RESERVATIONS:



263 Kingsland Av. 1L                                                                          Brooklyn,
NY 11222                           
Contact: Robert Wagner, Program Director, 718-916-9450



Friday, January

Cafe; Directed by Norman Magden
Come Sit Stay; Directed by Jody Oberfelder
Drift; Directed by Jim Vendiola
Holy Sheep; Directed by Taira Ebihara
Juzzo; Directed by Spencer Davids
Sync; Directed by Ein Chang
Taste; Directed by Yvonne Grzenkowicz
Voyeurnet; Directed by Stuart Parkyn

Saturday, January 29th-3pm
Astronaut; Directed by Andrey Chegodaev
Bloody Mary Christmas; Directed by Claudio Centimeri
The Burying Beetle; Directed by Dave Rock
Deriva; Directed by Angel Tirado
The Fantastic Adventures of Cloudman; Directed by Phoebe


Saturday, January

Beast of Hearts; Directed by Jonathan Seligson
Bottles; Directed by Jon Stout
Coverage; Directed by Jef Taylor
Leather; Directed by James Boldiston & David Richardson
The One About the Sheep; Directed by Toby Roberts
Rainbow Room; Directed by Igor Yankilevich
Waffle; Directed by Rafael De Leon Jr.


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