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Under the Heavens gets Shortlisted for 2022 Oscars
2021 BFF's Grand Chameleon Award & Best Short Narrative SEIVA BRUTA (UNDER THE HEAVENS) by GUSTAVO MILAN gets shortlisted for the 2022 OSCARS in the Live-Action Short Film Category
BFF is a Qualifying Festival
Brooklyn Film Festival is a proud Canadian Screen Award Qualifying Festival
Submissions for the 2022 Festival are Open
To take advantage of the Early Bird Submission Fee, act before November 30. Click on this box to start the submission process
BFF on MovieMaker
Brooklyn Film Festival Made the Cut in 2021! 50 Film Festivals Worth the Entry Fee, Presented by FilmFreeway.
Press Releases and Media Coverage
Check out our press releases and all the articles written about the festival
WATCH THE TWO BFF 2021 COMMERCIALS
The two commercials that BFF used to promote the 24th festival are meant to convey a dark post Covid optimism. They are humorous, but contain the pain and the anger that all of us want to leave behind.
2021 GRAND CHAMELEON AWARD
The Winner of the 2021 Grand Chameleon Award is SEIVA BRUTA [UNDER THE HEAVENS] by DIR. GUSTAVO MILAN. Gustavo has been chosen among over 2,600 indie projects coming from 98 countries submitted to the 24th BFF. Congratulations for your achievement!
Sobre Vista Resort - $5,000 - cash prize
Sobre Vista Resort (CA) in 2021 offered $5000 cash to BFF Award Winners.
Check the BFFWear Shop and this year's T-Shirt: The Clearing 2021. New items are being added regularly. Check also our BFF branded anti-pollution mask...just a few left in stock!
Brooklyn Film Festival 2021 Recap
Behind the Rabbit Productions | Episode 921. A selection of films from the 2021 BFF such as Seiva Bruta (Under the Heavens), Until, The Snowball, Crowded, Queens of Pain, and Moving in 2008, get reviewed by film critic William J. Hammon. Host of the program is Jason Godbey.
PHOTOS from the Festival
Photos from Opening night screenings and party all the way to the awards ceremony. See what you have missed!
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