The Fort Hamilton Comic-Con is the only military and largest pop culture convention open to the public with registration in the Brooklyn area that features comic books, science fiction/fantasy related films, television, and arts including all genres (horror, animation, anime, manga, toys, collectible card games, video games, web comics, and fantasy novels).
Artists, live-panels, vendors, live-stream, gaming and more available!.
Location: Community Club, 207 Sterling Drive, Brooklyn
Festival Theme: HYBRID
Transgenics. Cybernetics. Interdisciplinary cross-pollination.
The Imagine Science Film Festival was created in the hybridization of art and science and mixing subjects, genres, and even fact and fiction, is still at the core of all of our interests.
In addition to the screenings, there will be parties, Q&A’s with filmmakers, panels, events, food & drinks and more. The directors of BHFF are committed to celebrating the art of horror filmmaking and are focused on pushing horror’s boundaries to challenge the genre’s preconceptions.
A cultural phenomenon in 1999, seeing THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT in a theater nearly twenty years later is still dread inducing.
Location: Alamo Drafthouse, Yonkers
Featuring , and more! For complete card and tickets visit $25.00-$50.00
Location: La Boom, Woodside, Queens
Featuring , and more! For complete card and tickets visit $20.00-$40.00
Location: Joseph A. Melillo Middle School, East Haven, CT
In this course, you will take a deep dive into all the tricks of selling your project, from learning logline and “mood reel” strategies to gathering tips for running an engaging, confident pitch meeting. Here, you will cover the tactics employed in any good pitch (and the tactics to avoid), as well as the most creative, efficient ways can use your words, your creative materials, and yourself to make your project stand out from the crowd.