The United Film Festivals are a series of festivals taking place around the globe, from LA to NY to the UK. The 2010 festival marks the fourth year in New York City and is taking place right in Cobble Hill at, of course, Cobble Hill Cinema.
The festival opens on October 22nd with Colin Hearts Kay about a Brooklyn Cartoonist which has taken home several awards at other festivals already, The Minutemen portraying a group self-appointed guardians of the US-Mexico border, a number of shorts films, and ends the evening with a mid-night showing of Ghost Busters.
Dozens more films fill the week before the awards night on October 28th, including A Lang Haul, Seeking Happily Ever After, Gabi on the Roof in July, Cleanflix, The Prospects, Facing the Fat, Eat the Sun, a midnight screening of the classic action adventure flick Escape from New York, and many more.
Closing the festival will be a special screening of the perenial Brooklyn classic Saturday Night Fever.
Individual tickets can be purchased at the box office or online and are all $10, except for the special midnight showings which are $5.
An All Access Pass can also be purchased for $70, or a mini-pass for 7 films for $35. A Student pass is available for $20 that is good for 4 films.
Check the website here for the schedule and to buy tickets.