2004 schedule of events

*All times, dates and locations are subject to change

 

event (click on event for more info)

date

time

tickets

Screening of 1st Round Winners @ Tribeca Cinemas

Thursday - 10/7/04

7:00PM - 9:00PM

Game Night : A Writing Contest @ Tribeca Cinemas

Thursday - 10/7/04

7:00PM - 9:00PM

Free

Screening of 1st Round Movies (Group A) @ NYU's Cantor Film Center

Saturday - 10/9/04

2:00PM - 4:00PM

$8

Screening of 1st Round Movies (Group B) @ NYU's Cantor Film Center

Saturday - 10/9/04

4:00PM - 6:00PM

$8

Sreening of 24-Hour Movies & Award Presentation @ NYU's Cantor Film Center

Sunday - 10/10/04

3:30PM - 6:00PM

$12

All Access Pass to Festival

10/7/04 - 10/10/04

scroll down for more info

$60

 

Ticket & Screening Reminders

  • If you purchase tickets online, your name will be placed on the pre-paid list at your screening.  Just walk up and give the NYC Midnight Staff your name, and you are all set.  Enjoy the show!

  • Please arrive to screenings at least 20 minutes early.

  • Tickets will be on sale at each screening location on a first come, first serve basis, only for those events that do not sell out in advance.

  • All times are New York City time and are subject to change.

  • Movies listed are not necessarily in screening order

 

All-Access Passes Available

All-Access passes to the festival will be available for $60 US.  The all-access pass includes:

  • All access to any of the screenings

  • All access to any of the after parties with press and filmmakers

  • (1) Best of 2003 DVD - 17 short films + over 30 minutes of special features

  • (1) Official NYC Midnight T-Shirt

*Limited quantities available.  Once purchased, your all-access pass and merchandise can be picked up at the sign-in table at any of the screenings.  Additional information regarding after-parties and screenings will be forwarded to the e-mail address you provide.

 

 

Screening of 1st Round Winners

Thursday, October 7, 2004 (7:00PM to 9:00PM)

@ Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street, just south of Canal at Laight Street)

Tix - $12 (SOLD OUT)

Team

Film

Genre

Subject

The Continentals

Platform

Drama

A person finds out that he/she has a short amount of time to live

Nomas La Puntita

Kate

Musical

A bad habit

The Gorillas

Edgar The Great

Mockumentary

Amateur Magician(s)

Graham Ave. Films

False Alarm

Romantic Comedy

Internet Dating

The Reds

Cattivo

Sci-Fi

A contest

The Dandy Dwarves

Of Will and Wickedness

Horror

A person is being watched

Concoctions

Last Look

Action/Adventure

A person or persons get lost and must live off the land to survive

Waverly Films

Hello, Frank

Suspense

A person finds a camera

Production Dyslexia

The Chocolateer

Western

A modern day outlaw is chased down

Dancin Bon

The Particular Taste of Maxwell Thompson

Comedy

Cooking

Blurred

The Cause

Political Satire

A politician takes a strong stance on an odd issue

milesperhour

holy crap, I can talk to plants

Comedy

A person develops a strange superhuman ability

 

 

Game Night presented by Writers Boot Camp

Thursday, October 7, 2004 (7:00PM to 9:00PM)

@ Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street, just south of Canal at Laight Street)

FREE (Participation limited)

Writers Boot Camp, the premiere screenwriting development program for film and television writers, in conjunction with NYC Midnight Movie Making Madness, invites you to a very special event on Thursday, October 7 from 7-9 pm, at Tribeca Cinemas.  Writers Boot Camp founder Jeffrey Gordon will share with you our unique vision of the industry and the nature of screenwriting, then introduce you to our unique development tools and process.

Jeffrey and other WBC professionals will walk you through the essential elements of any script, and give you a crash course in how to effectively brainstorm and express a conceptual vision.  Attendees will then have the opportunity to create their very own Premise Line for a feature screenplay. The Premise Lines will then be evaluated by WBCs creative staff, and, on Sunday, 10/10, at the NYCMMMM Awards Presentation, WBC will present awards to the Top 5 Premise Lines:

1st Prize:  Certificate for WBCs Immersion Program (a $1,300 value)
2nd and 3rd Prizes:  Certificate for WBCs Basic Training (a $900 value)
4th and 5th Prizes:  Certificate for WBCs Online Basic Training (a $600 value)

The event is FREE.  All attendees must RSVP by October 6th, by filling out the info below and will be contacted by a member of the WBC staff in the weeks following the event, to discuss their writing and career goals.  There is still space available, so if you would like to participate please get to Tribeca Cinemas at least 20 minutes before the event starts.  The event will be begin promptly at 7:00pm.

Think you can play the game?  Then come on down!

RSVP for Game Night

 

Name      E-Mail Address

 

only click once!

 

 

Screening of 1st Round Movies (Group A)

Saturday, October 9, 2004 (2:00PM to 4:00PM)

@ NYU's Cantor Film Center (36 East 8th Street at University Place in Manhattan)

Tix - $8

Team

Film

Genre

Subject

The Triple Threat Transfer

Musical

A bad habit

Little Wooden Box Caucophony

Musical

A bad habit

I'm The Director Damn It! Productions Holey Habit

Musical

A bad habit

Howling Wind Entertainment Love Freak

Romantic Comedy

Internet Dating

One Steak Left Worry Dolls

Sci-Fi

A contest

Boyd Street Films Video Stream

Horror

A person is being watched

Lasrever Honor Among Thieves

Suspense

A person finds a camera

Vis Tecum Sit Western Bossa Nova

Western

A modern day outlaw is chased down

Overconfident-Wannabe Productions Behind the Badge

Western

A modern day outlaw is chased down

Digital Outlaws Jack for President

Political Satire

A politician takes a strong stance on an odd issue

Kerjen Super-Hairo

Comedy

A person develops a strange superhuman ability

Mise-en-Chien Productions Mr. Anything

Comedy

A person develops a strange superhuman ability

 

 

Screening of 1st Round Movies (Group B)

Saturday, October 9, 2004 (4:00PM to 6:00PM)

@ NYU's Cantor Film Center (36 East 8th Street at University Place in Manhattan)

Tix - $8

Team

Film

Genre

Subject

RFS Productions Dark Circles

Drama

A person finds out that he/she has a short amount of time to live

Shoot The Moon Nicoffeine

Musical

A bad habit

The Mad Hatters Nightshade

Mockumentary

Amateur Magician(s)

Sweetie Pie Helping Harold

Romantic Comedy

Internet Dating

Anthony Brosnan This Town Ain't Big Enough

Sci-Fi

A contest

Flicker Factory Until the Angels

Horror

A person is being watched

Shyaporn Theerakulstit Lost Hitman

Action/Adventure

A person or persons get lost and must live off the land to survive

Big Block Productions The Silken Sad Uncertain

Suspense

A person finds a camera

Last Minute Pictures Before Sundown

Western

A modern day outlaw is chased down

Brando's Ghost MDO

Western

A modern day outlaw is chased down

Mars & Venus Baptism by Food

Comedy

Cooking

Skinboat 2 Tunatown Late Night Snacks

Comedy

Cooking

Last Minute Productions Landlocked

Political Satire

A politician takes a strong stance on an odd issue

12th Take Films Brad Forest American Hero

Political Satire

A politician takes a strong stance on an odd issue

Un-Reel Entertainment A Painless Life

Comedy

A person develops a strange superhuman ability

 

 

World Premiere of 24 Hour Movies & Award Presentation

Sunday, October 10, 2004 (3:30PM to 6:00PM)

@ NYU's Cantor Film Center (36 East 8th Street at University Place in Manhattan)

Tix - $12

This is what the last 2 months of competition have been leading up to...the World Premiere of the completed 24 hour movies based on the genre and subject provided to the filmmakers on Friday (10/8/04) at midnight.  The screening will be followed by the award presentation to the grand prize winners of the 2004 competition.  May the best team win...

 

 

 

Sign up for our Newsletter  |  Questions or Comments?   |  FAQ  |  Events  |  Site Map  |  Forum  |  Contact Us