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Recent Festival Acceptances

Thursday November 18, 2004

We're pleased to announce that festival dates have been set for the 2005 Columbia Film Festival in New York City. This year's festival will be held at Symphony Space on 95th and Broadway.

The New York City dates are May 1 through May 8. Los Angeles dates and locations are forthcoming.

1918 - the film - will be screened on one or two of the film nights. Sunday May 1st, Monday May 2nd, Wednesday May 4th and Thursday May 5th will be film nights. Two different programs of short films will be screened each night. Tickets will be available to the general public via TicketWeb at a later date.

Friday May 6th will be Screenwriting Night.

Award-winning films will be re-screened on Sunday May 8th, followed by the festival party (location tbd and open only to those who attend one of the screenings on Sunday).

Symphony Space Broadway Entrance

Peter Jay Sharp Theatre at Symphony Space

Leonard Nimoy Thalia at Symphony Space


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1918 - the film
Based on a true story
Written and Directed by Jay Burke

Congratulations 2004 Boston Red Sox - World Series Champions!