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New York City International Film Festival: PTSD, Pro Wrestlers, & Pop Art


One of New York’s most acclaimed film festival, the New York City International Film Festival returns on February 25, 2019. Held at the DOLBY Theatre (1350 6th Ave), the Opening Night will feature the North American premier of Factory Cowboys - Working with Warhol, with an introduction by director Ulli Lommel. Based on Lommel’s 2017 biography "Factory Fame - Working with Warhol," the film looks at the manic 1970’s in NYC and Warhol’s Factory.

This year the festival will honor Manny Perez, who will attend the screening of Veneno – The First Fall on Opening Night, February 25th and actor Vincent Pastore, who will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award for his contribution the arts at the Closing Award ceremony will take place on March 1.

Veneno – The First Fall, starring Manny Pérez as Dominican wrestler Jack Veneno, will also screen on the opening night. Following the screening, Roberto Rizzo will host a Q&A with Perez.

Debuting this year, New York City International Film Festival will showcase filmmakers and documentarians who use their craft to explore social issues such as Depicting the Invisible, which traces the creation of a portrait series by artist Susan Barron that depicts 15 American veterans suffering from PTSD and their inspirational stories.

To learn more, go to:

New York City International Film Festival
February 28 - March 1, 2019

Dolby Theatre
1350 6th Ave.
New York, NY 10019

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