The Bushwick Film Festival is back, and excited to present 10 documentaries, includig as 100 Million Dollar House (dir. Reshad Kulenovic), Homme less (dir. Thomas Wirthensohn), and Congo Beat The Drum (dir. Ariel Tagar). Check out the complete documentary line-up here.
In addition, the Bushwick Film Festival features 13 Narratives, 2 Short Film, a Web Series, and an Arthouse Film Selection. The festival opens on October 1st and runs through October 4th in Bushwick, Williamsburg, Dumbo, and the Lower East Side. Please join them in celebrating the spirit of indie and party with them on opening night.
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