BEYOND LONG ISLAND

Not on Long Island, BUT IN NEW YORK STATE


Page 2 - Film Studios


Our primary goal is to SPOTLIGHT Long Island, then on to the rest of New York State.

We will continue to have in depth descriptions of LI productions, however, due to time constrictionseverything else will be just a listing to have you aware what is going on and if you areinterested you can lookfurther for info. Sorry aboutthat, but wedon’t have the time to do it all. ONLY LI productions will be listed on the Home pages for updates. The other productions will be found via internetsearch for a particular movie and/ or IMDb. Where productions are listed under Nassau and Suffolk, as a general rule they will not be listed in other parts of the site.

In addition, please be advised that all locations for shoots are where they are expected to shoot. Things change, so in some cases the days and locations may be off a little. We are trying to be of service to everyones interests but toaccommodate everyone requires us to be brief but to be of help to the community as well.

10-03-17

****************************************************************

9-28-17

Filmed in Buffalo:

In recent years, portions of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows” was shot in Buffalo and “Marshall,” shot virtually all of the movie in the region.
This week alone, “The True Adventures of Wolfboy,” “The Purge: The Island” and director Fred Olan Ray’s “Killer Son-in-Law” are all being filmed in Buffalo. Wolfboy has been shooting in Buffalo for the past two weeks and has another two weeks left in its Buffalo schedule.

“The Purge” just began shooting and will be in the region for the next month.
Ray’s “Killer Son-in-Law” is just wrapping up a multi-week filming schedule.
Buffalo, this year, has already served as the primary backdrop for actor William Fichtner’s “Cold Brook.”

Revisit ’50s Coney Island in the Trailer for Woody Allen’sWonder Wheel 10-4-17

Show based on prison escape filming in Pottersville, Chestertown 9-27-17


FILM FESTIVALS THROUGHOUT THE STATE


New York Jewish Film Festival– Jan. 10-23
The annual festival features a wide array of international films exploring themes related to the Jewish experience. Screenings are typically followed by discussions with directors, actors and film experts. Audience participation is encouraged.

Snowtown Film Festival– Jan. 26-27
The festival was created to provide a unique form of culturally-enriching entertainment and celebrate winter in Northern New York through the medium of film. The committee’s foremost goal is to present the highest quality selections and competitive submissions to the public.

Athena Film Festival– Feb. 22-25
The annual film festival, atBarnard CollegeinNew York City, focuses on films celebrating women and leadership. In addition to showing films, the festival hosts filmmaker workshops, master classes and panels on a variety of topics relevant to women in the film industry.

Film Comment Selects– Feb. 23-27
The annual program hosted by theFilm Society of Lincoln Centerand curated by the editors and writers ofFilm Commentmagazine aims to provide a cutting-edge lineup of eclectic and international films, many of which have appeared on the international film festival circuit and been championed in the magazine but have yet to gain distribution.

Winter Film Awards Independent Film Festival– Feb. 22-March 3
This festival is a volunteer-run and operated celebration of the diversity of local and international film-making. The festival’s mission is to recognize excellence in cinema and to promote learning and artistic expression for people at all stages of their artistic careers with a focus on nurturing emerging filmmakers and helping them gain recognition and contacts to break into this difficult industry.

New York International Children’s Film Festival– Feb. 23 – March 18
Founded in 1997 to promote intelligent, passionate, provocative cinematic works for ages 3-18 and to help define a more compelling film for kids, the event has grown to become the largest festival for children and teens in North America, with an audience of more than 25,000 attending the most recent event.

**************

Manhattan Shorts Festival– Through Oct. 8
The world’s first global film festival, featuring short films only, from all over the world. New and established filmmakers will be showcased, and film lovers will be able to weigh in on their favorite works.

New York Film Festival– Through Oct. 15
Presented by the Film Society of Lincoln Center to celebrate American and international cinema, to recognize and support new filmmakers, and to enhance awareness, accessibility and understanding of the art among a broad and diverse film going audience.

Forum on Law, Culture & Society (FOLC) Film Festival– Through Oct. 15
The forum is committed to providing a unique, engaging, and entertaining experience for both a public and online audience in examining matters of law, justice, human rights and civil society by bringing together influential artists, government leaders and public intellectuals in a dynamic setting.

Irish Screen America– Sept. 29 – Oct. 1
Formerly known as Irish Film New York, Irish Screen America supports and guides Irish media-makers by showcasing their work and fostering partnerships in the two largest cities for the entertainment industry in the United States – New York and Los Angeles.

All American High School Film Festival– Oct. 3-8
The festival is the world’s largest high school film festival and premier showcase for talented high school filmmakers and media arts enthusiasts from around the world.

Ocktober Film Festival– Oct. 5–8
The New York film festival serves as a platform that provides a creative atmosphere for artists big and small to express themselves through film and new media.

Hamptons International Film Festival– Oct. 5-9
TheHamptons International Film Festivalwas founded to celebrate Independent film—long, short, fiction and documentary—and to introduce a unique and varied spectrum of international films and filmmakers to our audiences. The festival is committed to exhibiting films that express fresh voices and differing global perspectives, with the hope that these programs will enlighten audiences, provide invaluable exposure for filmmakers and present inspired entertainment for all.

Scare-A-Con– Oct. 6-8
The Scare-A-Con Film Festival (formerly the B-Movie Film Festival) has been an exciting event in NYC since 1999. The festival supports independent cinema made outside of the direct Hollywood studio involvement, bringing them much needed exposure to major Independent studios around the world

Buffalo International Film Festival– Oct. 7-10
Buffalo International Film Festival (est. 2006) champions regional, national, and international films that push the limits of independent cinema – presenting quality films from around the world to WNY residents and visitors.

Woodstock Film Festival– Oct. 11-15
Hailed as “A True American Maverick Among Fests” and named among the top 50 film festivals worldwide, the Woodstock Film Festival premieres exceptional films, hosts the most talented emerging and established professionals in the movie industry; presents A-list concerts, panels and parties, and creates stimulating, innovative programming year-round.

Post-Production Lounge: The Last Stop at the Woodstock Film Festival– Oct. 13-15
The Post New York Alliance (PNYA) is hosting a lounge within the Center for Photography in Woodstock for festival-goers to come and relax, enjoy some local food/bev, charge their phones, and listen to some interesting panels and interviews. PNYA is raising awareness about its companies, the tax incentives, and showing upstate NY some love.

New York Latino Film Festival– Oct. 11-15
The New York Latino Film Festival is dedicated to producing culturally relevant and entertaining experiences that build audiences for Latino cinema, support the film community with professional development and foster relationships for Latino talent.

Bushwick Film Festival– Oct. 12-15
A decade into its mission, the Bushwick Film Festival is hailed as one of Brooklyn’s most influential cinematic events for its contribution to the borough’s artistic, cultural, and economic growth. The festival attracts film and entertainment industry leaders at national and international levels and showcases films created by the best emerging independent filmmakers in Brooklyn, including the works of international filmmakers from over 30 different countries.

NAB Show New York– Oct. 18-19
NAB New York is the largest and most powerful media, entertainment, video and communications technology conference and exposition on the East Coast. It is widely recognized by exhibitors as far more than a regional event, drawing attendance from all over the USA and beyond.

Syracuse International Film Festival– Oct. 18-22
The Syracuse International Film Festival was created in 2003 as the place where information by, for and about film and media-related programs could be brought to the community: members produce, present and promote programs throughout the year that are created to engage, inspire and entertain.

Hispanic Television Summit– Oct. 19
This conference maintains the record for longest running, and most popular, annual event in the business of television and video for U.S. Hispanic and Latin American audiences. This Summit has been presented continuously, every year, for 15 years, and it currently attracts nearly 500 professionals from the U.S., Latin America and Spain.

Chelsea Film Festival– Oct. 19-22
The Chelsea Film Festival is an international film festival, enlightening the work of emerging filmmakers, producers and actors. It offers a wide range of films, such as documentaries and features, focusing on the theme of “Global Issues”. It empowers the work of risk-taking storytellers and remains committed to its mission to discover and develop independent artists and audiences around the world.

NYC Food Film Festival– Oct. 19-22
The festival specializes in creating multisensory food and film experiences. Now in its 11th year, The Food Film Festival is a multi-day, competitive, film festival held each October in NYC. The Official Selections for this festival have become the benchmark of independent food-filmmaking as an art form.

Margaret Mead Film Festival– Oct. 19-22
The Margaret Mead Film Festival is an annualfilm festivalheld at theAmerican Museum of Natural HistoryinNew York City. It is the longest-running, premiere showcase for international documentaries in the United States, encompassing a broad spectrum of work, fromindigenouscommunity mediatoexperimental nonfiction.

NewFest– Oct. 19-24
The festival is one of the most comprehensive forums of national and internationalLGBTfilm/videoin the world. Founded in 1988, The New Festival, Inc. is anon-profitmedia arts organization dedicated to showcasing the newest and bestLGBTmediafor the greaterNew Yorkmetropolitan area.

Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series– Oct. 19-24
The Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series is a two-day annual film festival founded by African Voices magazine and Long Island University’s Media Arts Dept., Brooklyn Campus. Reel Sisters is the first Brooklyn-based film festival to showcase films directed, produced and written by women of color.

FilmColumbia– Oct. 22-29
Hosted by The Chatham Film Club and Crandell Theatre, FilmColumbia offers film buffs an exciting long weekend of film screenings and meet the filmmaker events. Past festivals have featured many films that have gone on to garner industry and critic awards and nominations.

New York Television Festival– Oct. 23-28
Founded in 2005, The NYTVF is a pioneer of the independent television movement, connecting its community of artists with leading networks, studios, agencies, production companies and brands. Year-round submission opportunities for TV and digital development culminate at the annual New York Television Festival each fall, uniting indie creators, industry decision-makers, and TV fans alike.

New York City Horror Film Festival– Oct. 26-29
The New York City Horror Film Festival is an international film festival based in New York City that screens films from the horror genre. It was founded by Michael J. Hein in 2001. The festival has grown to be a world-recognized event, with industry, filmmakers and press attention from around the globe.

First Time Fest– Oct. 26-30
First Time Fest (FTF) is a five-day film festival taking place in New York City, celebrating the excitement and discovery of first time filmmakers. The Festival is unique in its exclusive focus on first films, by emerging filmmakers and by established filmmakers, along with a shorts program geared to up-and-coming filmmakers.

Produced By: New York– Oct. 28
Reaching across film, television and new media, Produced By: New York is an educational forum conducted by acclaimed producers, including numerous Oscar and Emmy award-winners, as well as the next generation of creative entrepreneurs. It is specifically created by producers, for producers and features a broad range of programming, including mentoring roundtables, workshops and networking events.

New York Dog Film Festival– Oct. 29
The NY Dog Film Festival™ is a philanthropic celebration of the love between dogs and their people, offering dog lovers a shared audience experience of canine-themed films from around the world that inspire, educate and entertain about the human-canine bond.


2010 - 2018 MoviesFilmedOnLongIsland.comAll rights reserved.