EXCLUSIVE: The Official Selections For The NYC Web Fest 2019 Has Been Announced Alongside A New Location And A New Sponsor

The sixth annual NYC Web Fest (NYCWF) is just months away, and today they announced their official selections. 82 digital series and short films from around the world, have been chosen. The NYCWF is set to take place on October 4-6, 2019. In addition to the announcement of the selections, they have also revealed a new partnership with Stonestreet Studios, who serves as the supporting sponsor and will host the festival at their theater within Manhattan’s Flatiron District.

“Stonestreet has been honored to have our films and pilots selected to take part in NYCWF for multiple years now, and we’re always blown away by the quality and elegance of the work that the fest curates. We are thrilled to house the event this year and to screen some fresh, exciting work in Stonestreet’s renovated theater,” says director/writer/producer and Stonestreet Co-Founder Alyssa Rallo Bennett.

Stonestreet Studios is an independent film studio in that produces socially provocative content from features to branded MicroMovies. It is the home of the unique immersive screen acting and production program of NYU Tisch Drama. Some notable graduates include recent Emmy Winner Rachel Brosnahan, actor Miles Teller, and Camila Mendes of Riverdale.

Stonestreet Studios Logo - The Official Sponsor Of NYCWF 2019
Stonestreet Studios Logo – The Official Sponsor Of NYCWF 2019

As revealed back in June, the NYCWF has been brought forward a month to October, which means the programming team had less time to sift through the hundreds of submissions and choose the official selections. “We received so much great content,” says founder Lauren Atkins. “With each year, the submissions get stronger and it becomes more difficult to choose who to screen. Nearly a third of the entries were from outside the United States.”

The jury line-up for the festival was announced two months ago, which will consist of nine industry professionals, including Carmilla star Natasha Negovanlis, National Lampoon president Evan Shapiro, and Insecure actor Alexander Hodge. An award-winning filmmaker will receive a prize-pack and a free one-year subscription from streaming service Mubi. The festival takes place Friday, October 4, to Sunday, October 6, tickets go on sale next week. For more information, go to the official NYC Web Fest site.

Here Are All 82 Selections Of The NYC Web Fest:

  • “Undecided” Seoul, South Korea
  • 161 Feet Under Woodside NY, USA
  • All Hail Beth Brooklyn NY, USA
  • Alternate Side Staatsburg NY, USA
  • Anomalie Darmstadt, Germany
  • BARBELLE Toronto ON, Canada
  • Boardwalk New York NY, USA
  • Boomer Love Pacific Grove CA, USA
  • Cheer Up, Charlie New York NY, USA
  • Chin Up Cape Town, South Africa
  • Countdown Brooklyn NY, USA
  • CUDDLE Seattle WA, USA
  • Dan’s Demons New York NY, USA
  • Darcy on House Arrest Los Angeles CA, USA
  • Dark Justice Brooklyn NY, USA
  • Dating Myself Los Angeles CA, USA
  • Division Street: Fish Out of Water New York NY, USA
  • Eating with Soula Annandale NSW, Australia
  • Extra/Ordinary New York NY, USA
  • Forest league (original “Liga da Mata”) São Paulo, Brazil
  • Flyering Jersey City NJ, USA
  • Freelance New York NY, USA
  • Friend Request Los Angeles CA, USA
  • Georges is Dead Montreal QC, Canada
  • Girl, Sweetvoiced New York NY, USA
  • Greater Good New York NY, USA
  • Guess I’m a Ghost Los Angeles CA, USA
  • Gut Feeling Kurraba Point NSW, Australia
  • Happily Ever Ally New York NY, USA
  • Headphones Los Angeles CA, USA
  • Home turf Québec QC, Canada
  • Hype Durham NC, USA
  • Internment Fitzroy VIC, Australia
  • IT Girls Astoria NY, USA
  • JapaDori of New York New York NY, USA
  • Just Call Me Ripley Chicago IL, USA
  • Just the two of us Montreal QC, Canada
  • Killer Bae Los Angeles CA, USA
  • Leading Story 3 New York NY, USA
  • LUCID Astoria NY, USA
  • M Buenos Aires, Argentina
  • Margot Los Angeles CA, USA
  • MICROAGGRESSIONS Portland OR, USA
  • Millionaire from Balashikha Moscow, Russia
  • Minerva Black and the Killer Robot Army Denver CO, USA
  • Model Boy New York NY, USA
  • Not Sorry Brooklyn NY, USA
  • Nun Habits Brooklyn NY, USA
  • Parasites New York NY, USA
  • People Like Us: S2 Singapore, Singapore
  • PLAY THE HITS Los Angeles CA, USA
  • Queen’s English New York NY, USA
  • SCRiBBLES New York NY, USA
  • Shangri-LA Los Angeles CA, USA
  • Shebbie’s Live Life Series Chicago IL, USA
  • Step Into My Office Brooklyn NY, USA
  • Sui Generis Auckland, New Zealand
  • SUPERPAPA Jussy, Switzerland
  • SWIPE Amsterdam, The Netherlands
  • Swipe Right: The Web Series Coburg VIC, Australia
  • Sydney Sleuthers Kenthurst NSW, Australia
  • Terence C. Stanley’s: Aberration Bronx NY, USA
  • Terreur 404 Montreal QC, Canada
  • The Holiest One Pascoe Vale South VIC, Australia
  • The Mom List Nyack NY, USA
  • The Ninth Toronto ON, Canada
  • The Plans They Are Developin’ New York NY, USA
  • THE REHEARSAL New York NY, USA
  • The Right Swipe Chicago IL, USA
  • The Spell Tutor Markham ON, Canada
  • The Twist Glebe NSW, Australia
  • The Waiting Room Los Angeles CA, USA
  • Third Shift Los Angeles CA, USA
  • Tokens Toronto ON, Canada
  • True Dating Stories Toronto ON, Canada
  • Tuesday Nights New York NY, USA
  • VOWS New York NY, USA
  • What’s Your Problem? Auckland, New Zealand
  • Wish Weasel Astoria NY, USA
  • Work Study Brooklyn NY, USA
  • Yes We Candidate Colchester VT, USA
  • YOTSRIM Hod Hasharon, Israel

The NYC Web Fest will start on October 4 and conclude on October 6. The weekend will include screenings and panels as well as an awards ceremony which will close the event on the final night. Tickets are set to go on sale next week.

For more information on the NYCWF, make sure you check out the official website.

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Written by Jonathan Currinn

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