The Knickerbocker Film Festival (KFF) started early 2009 having access to the Madison Theater and a launchpad of LarkFEST, Joseph A. Alindato along with Joseph M. Bonilla Jr. and Richard A. Fazio, led the film festival screening seven films selected out of over thirty-five submitted from mainly the Capital Region and as far as North Carolina.
The festival continues but to a larger scope in 2013 bringing back the Spectrum 8, an encore presentation at The Linda, and an awards show at DeJohn’s on Lark that ties in the Knickerbocker Ledger’s first ever Capital Region ’30 Under 30′.
The Knickerbocker Film Festival continues its tradition of being a citywide film festival in the heart of New York State’s Capital City but on a global scale with films from around the world presented. The festival has received a substantially amount of publicity for its lineup this year.
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“A Heart, A Home” by James Strayer from Portland, Oregon
“We Will Forget” by Garret Harkawik from Wilmington, Vermont
“SMALLBANY: A Documentary” by Dana S. Owens from Albany
“The Princess and The Dragon” by Mark Fiske from Albany
“Prodigy” by Lisa Ford from Skaneteales, New York
“Off Target” by Bruce Wemple from Troy
“BIOLLANTE” by Patrick Stephenson from Troy
“Reset” by Mike Feurstein and students from Schenectady
“Gamer Girl” by Nina Salomons, London, UK
We are proud to recognize Nina Salomons, director of “Gamer Girl”, for her outstanding film being showcased at the festival. In addition, CEO/Founder of Girl Gamer Vogue, Jennifer “Narz” Vargas, whom guest appeared in the documentary, will be in attendance after the Thursday showing for a Q&A panel.