The Gold Coast International Film Festival wrapped up its festivities on two weeks ago on November 15th. The week long festival was filled wit interesting Q&A’s, screenings, and the attendance of many stars.
Some of the highlights from this year’s festival include:
- Two screenings of Joe’s Violin featuring different Q&A’s after each one
- Screening of On the Map and a Q&A with international basketball star and Goodwill Ambassador Tal Brody
- Two sold out screenings of The Salesman
- the Long Island premiere of Miss Sharon Jones, the award-winning film about the legendary R&B singer and performer Sharon Jones who passed away last week from pancreatic cancer.
For more information and highlights from the event as well as pictures, click here.
“Shoot Me Nicely”, a comedy featuring its stars exploring media, high fashion, and celebrity in NY will premiere at the Film Festival on its opening night, November 17th at 9PM.
The film was shot mostly in Brooklyn so director Elias Plagianos decided that Williamsburg Independent Film Festival would be the most ideal outlet to premiere the film at. Some of the cast members will also be available for select interviews at the screening event.
More info can be found here.
The Gold Coast International Film Festival is celebrating its sixth year this November from the 10th to the 15th. Over the course of these few days, the event will host many filmmakers and special guests and feature more than 60 films!
GCIFF has created an environment on Long Island for filmmakers and their work to be showcased. The festival has also provided the local public with a more inside view of the film industry. The annual event offers screenings, award, honorees, parties, workshops and more.
This year, some films to be showcased include:
See more on GCIFF here