Katra Film Series: Dope Film Festival Not To Be Missed

This is THE weekend of New York film festivals but if you don’t know which to choose from, you should go + checkout the Katra Film series tomorrow July 26, showcasing the Top 10 films since January!  Founding filmmaker Geoffrey Guerrero has been doing it for 2years now + it should be quite interesting.  If you don’t believe me, you should checkout the WSJ mentionhttp://online.wsj.com/articles/films-long-in-talent-short-in-span-1406162316
And if that’s not reason enough, what about hearing Brian Cranston’s noir perfect voice in short film ‘Writer’s Block’ below?

Bryan Cranston in ‘Writer’s Block’ short film

BUT MUST HURRY TO PURCHASE TICKETS – tickets are selling out quick at eventbrite:
The selected filmmakers will be competing for two prizes worth over 1K and the opportunity to make it to the Grand Finale Event in January. The 2nd round prizes are sponsored by Seed&Spark, Carpingo, AllCar Rent A Car, Pulp NYC, Museum of the Moving Image, Bait & Hook, and more.

Also, two of our newest partners — 30under30 Film Festival NYC and Rated SR Socially Relevant Film Festival New York — will select one film each to screen as an Official Selection at their upcoming Festival.

Launched in the Summer of 2012, Katra Film Series screens a selection of quality short films by emerging and award-winning filmmakers in NYC and provides a great networking platform for industry professionals. In partnership with Everyone Matters and Rhino Films the 2014 Grand Prize Winner will be awarded a one-on-one meeting with acclaimed Producer Stephen Nemeth from the Academy-Award Nominated The Sessions and Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.

2014 Katra Film Series 2nd Round Lineup
Saturday, July 26, 2014 – 5pm–10:30pm
KATRA – 217 Bowery St.
Btw. Rivington & Prince St.
New York, NY 10002
Official Website: http://www.katrafilmseries.com/
Facebook/Twitter: @KatraFilmSeries

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