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Take Two Film Festival 2013

JEFF HABER PR

Friday, April 5, 2013 at 1:00 PM - Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 10:00 PM (EDT)

New York, NY

Take Two Film Festival 2013

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Ticket Type Remaining Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Fri 4/5, Block A, 1PM 39 Tickets Ended $12.00 $1.65
Fri 4/5, Block A, 1PM - Student (ID Required at door) 78 Tickets Ended $9.00 $1.49
Fri 4/5, Block B, 4PM 50 Tickets Ended $12.00 $1.29
Fri 4/5, Block B, 4PM - Student (ID Required at door) 80 Tickets Ended $9.00 $1.22
Fri 4/5, Block C, 7PM 25 Tickets Ended $12.00 $1.65
Fri 4/5, Block C, 7PM - Student (ID Required at door) 78 Tickets Ended $9.00 $1.22
FRI 4/5, DAY PASS - Block A, B, C 2 Tickets Ended $23.00 $1.57
Sat 4/6, Block D, 1PM 49 Tickets Ended $12.00 $1.65
Sat 4/6, Block D, 1PM - Student (ID Required at door) 80 Tickets Ended $9.00 $1.22
Sat 4/6, Block E, 4PM 41 Tickets Ended $12.00 $1.65
Sat 4/6, Block E, 4PM - Student (ID Required at door) 76 Tickets Ended $9.00 $1.49
Sun 4/7, Block G, 1PM 48 Tickets Ended $12.00 $1.65
Sun 4/7, Block G, 1PM - Student (ID Required at door) 80 Tickets Ended $9.00 $1.22
Sun 4/7, Block H, 4PM 46 Tickets Ended $12.00 $1.65
Sun 4/7, Block H, 4PM - Student (ID Required at door) 80 Tickets Ended $9.00 $1.22
Sun 4/7, Block I, 7PM 40 Tickets Ended $12.00 $1.65
Sun 4/7, Block I, 7PM - Student (ID Required at door) 78 Tickets Ended $9.00 $1.49
SUN 4/7, DAY PASS - Block G, H, I 2 Tickets Ended $23.00 $1.57
FRI 4/5 & SUN 4/7 TWO DAYS PASS - Block A, B, C, G, H, I Sold Out Ended $40.00 $1.99
FULL FESTIVAL PASS (ALL 3 DAYS) - Block A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I Sold Out Ended $57.00 $4.13

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THE 2013 TAKE TWO FILM FESTIVAL

 

        Are you ready for killer mutant chickens and Kung Fu fighting chefs?  A devout Christian student who becomes an advocate of sex education? A couple of Texas political neophytes convicted of terrorism? A fishermen riven by guilt, a guy on a date from hell, a Zimbabwean village of sculptors?

        Fifty-six wildly creative and entertaining films will fill the screen of the historic Theatre 80 St. Marks Place the first weekend in November. Ranging from short shorts to full length features and documentary works, they represent a diverse group of filmmakers from 12 countries.

        Consult our our website, www.taketwofilmfestival.com, for a full rundown.  And find us on facebook for real-time posts on our films' bonus features. Get connected with us on twitter, @TakeTwoFilmFest, for the most up-to-date information and inside scoops on what the filmmakers are doing today. Tickets on sale NOW. Special rates for students. Don't take just one, TAKE TWO.

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When & Where


Theatre 80
80 Saint Marks Place
New York, NY 10003

Friday, April 5, 2013 at 1:00 PM - Sunday, April 7, 2013 at 10:00 PM (EDT)


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Organizer

JEFF HABER PR

Bobby Babak Andishmand is a producer and documentary filmmaker. He fled with his mother from Iran to Amsterdam at the age of 3 to escape the persecution of non-muslims. He graduated from the Rietveld International School of Art & Design in Amsterdam with a bachelors degree of Fine Arts and studied Literature at Leiden University. Bobby currently lives in New York City.

He is the producer of New York's annual Take Two Film Festival, a Salon Ciel affiliate, which showcases a feisty new generation of filmmakers exploring frontiers of artistry and technology.
He is a board member of the selection committee at the Tompkins Square Park Film Festival and serves on the journal board of editors at the Society of Motion Pictures and Television Engineers (SMPTE). Bobby is also an active voting member of the American Film Institute (AFI), National Association of Independent Artists (NAIA), the Organization of Independent Artists (OIA) and the New York Film & Video Council (NYFVC).

Bobby's documentary films explore the lives of offbeat, adventurous characters, many of them artists, in cities around the world. He expertly guides his subjects through situations that reveal their innermost stories. These award-winning and internationally acclaimed films have been lauded in film festivals and art shows around the world and featured in the New York Times and other media.

Bobby Andishmand has given several filmmaking workshops to children in Canarsie, Brooklyn and is a volunteer art teacher with Free Arts NYC, providing underserved children in New York a unique combination of educational art and mentoring programs that help them to foster the self-confidence and resiliency needed to realize their fullest potential.

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