LOCAL COLOR 2015
New York independent filmmaker screening series
Nitehawk Cinema, New York | August – December 2015
Presenting premieres and special presentations by local independent filmmakers, Nitehawk Cinema’s LOCAL COLOR includes a cross-section of works including documentaries, animated features, narrative film, and shorts. These screenings include live discussions with directors, producers, and talent making Nitehawk the place to discover and converse with the filmmakers in your city.
LOCAL COLOR is often presented with the Tribeca Film Festival: In conjunction with LOCAL COLOR, Nitehawk Cinema and Tribeca Film Festival have partnered on a monthly screening and discussion series spotlighting exciting new NYC voices in independent film. Launching on August 18 with Onur Tukel’s Applesauce, a new film will screen monthly at Nitehawk leading up to the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival. Each screening will be followed by a discussion with the Director and a Tribeca Film Festival programmer.
Applesauce (Onur Tukel, 2015)
Q&A with director Onur Tukel
Young Bodies Heal Quickly (Andrew Betzer, 2014)
Q&A with director Andrew Betzer and cinematographer Sean Price Williams
Ava’s Possessions (Jordan Galland, 2015)
Q&A with director Jordan Galland and cast
3rd Street Blackout (Negin Farsad and Jeremy Redleaf, 2015)
Q&A with directors Negin Farsad and Jeremy Redleaf
Men Go to Battle (Zachary Treitz, 2015)
Q&A with director Zachary Treitz, cinematographer Ben Jutkiewicz, and Co-producer Brendan McHugh
Watch the Q&A