Screening of FUTURESTATES at the Tribeca Film Festival

Posted on March 27, 2012

ITVS and the Tribeca Film Institute will be hosting a free screening of FUTURESTATES Season 3 on Saturday, April 21 at 2pm in New York City.

 

What will be of America in 5, 25, or even 50 years from today? This series of independent mini-features, short narrative films created by established filmmakers and emerging talents, explores possible future scenarios through the lens of today’s global realities. Immerse yourself in the visions of these independent filmmakers as they inhabit a future of their own imagining. The screening will take place on Saturday, April 21 at 2PM at the Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street) in New York City, followed by a Q&A with many of the FUTURESTATES filmmakers, including Jennifer Phang (Advantageous), Patrick Stettner (Gunny), and Trevin Matcek (Life Begins at Rewirement). To attend, please RSVP to rsvp@itvs.org

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