Analog Digital International Inc. is proud to sponsor and be associated with New York City’s most elite film festivals and organizations, who share our commitment to supporting the works of both emerging and established film makers and artists.
New York Women in Film & Television
New York Women in Film & Television is the preeminent entertainment industry association for women in New York City. Dedicated to helping women reach the highest levels of achievement in film, television and new media, and promoting equity for women in these industries, NYWIFT produces over fifty innovative programs and special events each year. NYWIFT's 1900 members are part of a network of forty international women in film organizations, representing more than 10,000 members worldwide.www.nywift.org
IFP's role in independent film: After debuting with a program in the 1979 New York Film Festival, the nonprofit IFP has evolved into the nation's oldest and largest organization of independent filmmakers, and also the premier advocate for them. Since its start, IFP has supported the production of 7,000 films and provided resources to more than 20,000 filmmakers--voices that otherwise might not have been heard. IFP believes that independent films enrich the universal language of cinema, seeding the global culture with new ideas, kindling awareness, and fostering activism. The organization has fostered early work by leading filmmakers including Charles Burnett, Edward Burns, Jim Jarmusch, Barbara Kopple, Michael Moore, Mira Nair and Kevin Smith. www.ifp.org
New York International Latino Film Festival
Launched in 1999, the New York International Latino Film Festival (NYILFF) is now the premier Urban Latino film event in the country. The NYILFF's mission is to showcase the works of the hottest emerging Latino filmmaking talent in the U.S. and Latin America, offer expansive images of the Latino experience, and celebrate the diversity and spirit of the Latino community. For more info, please visit: http://nylatinofilm.com/index.html.
Indian Film Festival
The premier Indian Film Festival in North America, the annual IAAC film festival showcases and celebrates both emerging and established filmmakers of Indian Independent, alternate, art house and diaspora films. The festival screens feature films, documentaries and short films over five packed days of screenings, post-screening discussions, panels, master classes, media attention, enthralled audiences, parties, red carpet events and galas. For information please visit www.iaac.us
African Film Festival
African Film Festival, Inc. (AFF) is a New York non-profit 501(c)(3) arts organization. The organization, established in 1990, began as an ad hoc committee of African and American artists and scholars. In the 1950s and 60s, African filmmakers began to create images of post-colonial Africa with nuanced understanding of Africa’s cultural diversity. Over the last half century, having sliced through stereotypes with exacting social critique, African cinema has become a unique blend of aesthetic experimentation, history and politics. For additional information, please visit: www.africanfilmny.org
Gold Coast International Film Festival
Located in the Town of North Hempstead, the Gold Coast International Film Festival was founded with the purpose of establishing a home on Long Island to showcase the work of exceptional filmmakers and provide the public with an insider’s view of the film industry. During the seven-day festival, area residents, visitors, members of the business and film communities, public officials, students and academics come together to celebrate the art and influence of cinema in the charming and historic towns and villages of Long Island’s Gold Coast. www.goldcoastfilmfestival.org/
Asbury Shorts NY
The 29th Asbury Shorts New York......New York City's longest running annual exhibition of award winning short films. An Asbury Shorts program entitled: "An Evening of the World's Best Short Films" takes place each year at The Director's Guild of America Theater in Manhattan hosted by celebrities such as actors Edie Falco, Adrian Grenier, Olympia Dukakis and directors Bob Balaban, Bob Giraldi and Jason Reitman. The show then tours various US and European cities with a showcase of elite, world-class shorts selected from International Film Festivals giving the general public a chance to see classic award winning short films from the past 12 years on the big screen and not a computer or iPod. For more information visit us at www.asburyshortsnyc.com.
The South Asian Intl. Film Festival
The South Asian International Film Festival (SAIFF) was founded in New York City. SAIFF is committed to exhibiting films from South Asia (i.e India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, and Nepal) and within the Indian Diaspora. With a focus on dynamic, visionary cinema, SAIFF annually creates unprecedented exposure for filmmakers and unparalleled experiences for all. For additional information please visit www.saiff.org