“Made in The Bronx” Screening Series to Feature 6 Short Films by Bronxites


Tomorrow, Thursday September 10th, at the Bronx Documentary Center from 7pm to 9pm, join The Bronx Filmmakers for a FREE event as they present 6 short films as part of their “Made in The Bronx” screening series followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.

This is a wonderful opportunity to check out The Bronx’s filmmaking talent, an often overlooked segment of the artistic circle of our borough.

Plus you get to see films shot exclusively or mostly in our borough!

The Q&A portion will be moderated by myself and WelcomeToTheBronx couldn’t be happier in doing so to help promote these creative minds.

From The Bronx Filmmakers:

About the films:

“The People Watchers” by TBxF member Zef Çota (Alphabet City-Films) 
Things aren’t quite what they seem when two teenagers make observations of people walking down the street from a stoop in New York City.

“Write With Me…” by TBxF founder Hannah Leshaw (Hannah Leshaw, Filmmaker) 
A woman longs for a songwriting partner but, terrified of the vulnerability inherent in the act of creating, retreats into the safety of her mind.

“Isa: A Brief Portrait” by TBxF member Álvaro Franco (Above The Noise)
A queer woman of color commutes to school while trying to conceal the fact that she is homeless.

“Blindsided” by TBxF member Mark Cabaroy
When fate traps a blind psychic and a dangerous career criminal in the same hotel room they match wits to see which one of them will get out alive. 

“With This Kiss” by TBxF member Harri “Indio” Ramkishun (GuyaRican Productions) was the Director of Photography, the Editor and co-Producer. 
Guilt is the devil that remains when a couples’ relationship comes to an end.

“The Velvet Devil” by TBxF member Estefania Chavez
Based on a true story, the film follows the quick journey of a girl who was at the wrong place at the wrong time.

Don’t forget to follow The Bronx Filmmakers on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or their website!

The Bronx Documentary Center is located at 614 Courtlandt Avenue at E 151st Street and is easily accessible by public transportation including the 2&5 trains at 3rd Ave and 149th Street.

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Ed García Conde

Ed García Conde is a life-long Bronxite who spends his time documenting the people, places, and things that make the borough a special place in the hopes of dispelling the negative stereotypes associated with The Bronx. His writings are often cited by mainstream media and is often consulted for his expertise on the borough's rich history.