The Brooklyn Film Festival, now in its 18th year, has announced their lineup of narrative and documentary films. 108 features and shorts were selected, from 26 countries and five continents. The festival will open with the East Coast premiere of J. Davis' "Manson Family Vacation," starring Jay Duplass and Linas Phillips.
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The theme of this year's festival, "Illuminate," was described by BFF executive director Marco Ursino as an attempt to "spotlight storytelling without boundaries and welcome multi-layered stories, including the abstract and the inspirational, the intriguing and the ironic. The festival is simply looking for projects that reflect a creative, furious, explosive, and uncontainable intelligence."
Many of the films screening at BFF also have a New York connection, including Ryan Carmicheal's "But Not For Me," the only...