The Empty Street has been selected as part of the 7th Annual NYC Independent Film Festival. Very honored to be part of this growing and vibrant festival in the heart of New York City.
April 29th at 5:30PM
The Producers Club – Theater C
358 W. 44th Street
New York, NY 10036
All further information and live updates on the festival on the festival’s website www.nycindieff.com
The Stockfish Festival in Iceland has chosen “The Empty Street” as one of only 6 shorts to be screened at the festival.
Stockfish is Iceland’s newest and most exciting international film festival. It was founded by heavy weights in the Icelandic film industry such as Iceland’s only Academy Award Nominated director Friðrik Þór Friðriksson who many consider the father of Icelandic modern cinema.
The Empty Street will screen at NewFilmmakers NY on February 10, 2016. The screening starts at 7:30 PM and is in a block with films from many excellent directors including Bonnie Wright (you may know her as Ginny from the Harry Potter movies). It’s an honor to be a part of this historic screening series which takes place at the Anthology Film Archives on 2nd & 2nd in the East Village.
32 2nd Avenue @2nd Street
New York, NY 10003
Admission is $7 for the whole night which is 2 blocks of short films and one feature presentation. The Empty Street screens in the block that starts at 7:30 PM.
For full details and information on NewFilmmakers NY go to the festival’s website: NewFilmmakers.com
Announcing a promotional trailer.
Incredibly humbled that Damien Rice (one of my favorite artists) allowed me to use a song of his latest album My Favorite Faded Fantasy for the film. The song is It Takes a Lot to Know a Man.
Many thanks to Damien, Kári and Ben for the generosity and trust.
I saw Damien play at Warsaw in Brooklyn in 2014 where I shot the picture below. He was nothing short of fantastic.