Photo Coverage: ISABELLA ROSSELLINI at The Gold Coast International Film Festival
The Gold Coast International Film Festival and New York Institue of Technology presented An Evening of Screenings & Conversation. A Special Pre-Festival event. The evening featured screenings of Ms. Rossellini's short films: "My Dad is 100 Years Old" and "Animals Distract Me". There was a post-screening Q&A with the actress. David Schwartz, Chief Curator, Museum of Moving Image was moderator.
The inaugurAl Gold Coast International Film Festival launches June 1-5 on Long Island's storied Gold Coast in the towns of Great Neck, Port Washington, Roslyn, Manhasset and Herricks/New Hyde Park. Festival events include screenings, filmmaker panels, parties, and street fairs.
Premieres of some of the best in today's independent films will be shown and the Festival will have dozens of filmmakers present to talk about filmmaking.
Famed actor Bruce Dern will receive the Festival's Legend Award on June 2. All-Acess VIP Passes are currently on sale at www.goldcoastfilmfestival.org
Tickets to individual screenings and special events go on sale starting May 16.
Photo Credit: Stephen Sorokoff
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Rigina Gil Founder, Executive Director of the Great Neck Arts Center, Isabella Rossellini
Regina Gil, Terri Carr Muran, Special Advisor NYIT
Rigina Gil, David Schwartz Chief Curator Museum of Moving Image
Sean McPhillips, Senior Programer , Festival Director
Rigina Gil, Isabella Rossellini, Sean McPhillips
Pilar Visconti, Len Aubrey (CFO NYIT) Terri Carr Muran, dr. Nada Anid (NYIT< Dean of Engineering & Computer Science
Eda & Stephen Sorokoff
Jon Kaiman Supervisor Town of North Hempstead
Jon Kaiman,Rigina Gil, Isabella Rossellini
Roger Yu Ph.D. Dean, College of Arts & Sciences,NYIT
David Schwartz, Isabella Rossellini