NYC Independent Film Festival Goes Experimental

The NYC Independent Film Festival will present over 275 awesome indie films! The lineup includes Experimental Films. Without experiment no development.We present the newest trials to get you out of your film comfort zone and experience new things.
NEW YORK - April 17, 2019 - PRLog -- Check out a few of the experimental films that will be presented at this year's Festival! The Festival is focused on low budget and emerging, yet overlooked filmmakers, bringing their talent to culturally enrich the NYC community. The Festival aims to create the largest gathering of true indie filmmakers.

by Bobo Touch
USA | 2018 | Web Series | 8 min 07 sec

Neighborhood hero and iconic yoga instructor, Bushwick Tarzan, encounters a strange doctor and questions life and the meaning of love. Bobo Touch gets a call to go to Bushwick.

by Leonardo Nussenzveig
USA | 2018 | Short Films | 12 min 29 sec

This short, Landscape, is an absurdist comedy about daily life activities and religious beliefs. Surreal situations between worker and employer take place in a rural area of the Czech Republic and are superimposed with a poem about a boy who carried water in a sieve.

by Jason Britski
Canada | 2018 | Short Film | 5 min

A formal experiment that combines underwater photography and archival "home movie" footage. The images are manipulated, superimposed, and degraded digitally in order to reveal the beauty and the danger hovering at their margins.

by Jason Allen Lee
USA | 2018 | Short film | 4 min 37 sec

Windows is an experimental film that explores the concept of privacy and surveillance through time-lapse photography.

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