Hal Jordan, director of The Assassin Project.
Photo: Denzel Coxall
Hal Jordan, director, and lead actress Miranda Allgood, of The Assassin Project.
(Photo: Denzil Coxall)
Bailey Wynn, director of Daisy.
Matthew and Todd Wolfe, directors of Left/Right, introduce their movie to the audience.
Queing up for the sold out performance of How To Be.
Douglas Raine (From A Place of Darkness), left, and the festival team, Mark Hartogsohn, Michael Gunther and Yana Litovsky.
Oliver Irving (How To Be), left, at the Q&A with Associate Festival Director Yana Litovsky.
Douglas Raine (From A Place of Darkness), left, talks to Hal Jordan (The Assassin Project).
Oliver Irving (How To Be), right, discusses his movie after the Q&A.
Crowds were lining up around the block for the sold out performance of How To Be. People traveled to New York from states up and down the East Coast.
Jesse Soursourian, lead actor of 60 Miles South of Boston.
Oliver Irving (How To Be), with a group of fans who waited for hours to get into the movie on Saturday night.
The sold out Theater 2, for How To Be.
Oliver Irving (How To Be), left, and Matt Wolfe (Left/Right).
Cast and crew of Pretty Ugly People, winners of the 2008 Audience Award.
Director Tate Taylor, producer Brunson Green and star Missi Pyle, of Pretty Ugly People.
Nick Barbieri accepts the award for Best Short Film, for his winning film Word On The Street.
Missi Pyle and Brunson Green play it up for the camera.
Missi Pyle feels strong after winning the Audience Award for Pretty Ugly People.
Missi Pyle and Tate Taylor, star and director of Pretty Ugly People.
Pretty Ugly People Q&A.
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