Local Talent

On July 17, 2012 by Denise T

Last night we kicked off a new, ongoing series, “Local Element: Works from a Westchester Perspective,” which provides a public place to showcase new work, foster emerging talent and help build a stronger sense of community among area filmmakers. The series was launched in our Media Arts Lab screening room with My Comic Shop DocumentARy, a film by Hartsdale resident and Pace Law School student Anthony Desiato.

Do you have a project to submit for consideration? To qualify for a “Local Elements” screening, the project must have at least one key creative person – director, producer etc. – from Westchester County. Films must be submitted to programming@burnsfilmcenter.org, and must be shared through a link to a video sharing website such as Vimeo or Youtube. No DVDs or email attachments will be accepted.

What are you waiting for? Send in your project and maybe your work will be showcased.

Photo: Local Element curators Sean Weiner and Gina Duncan, filmmaker Anthony Desiato (center)



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