Alessandro Fantini directed the mystery
movie "New York, a venture" (the third chapter of his "The Hidden Cities Mind trilogy") between New
Jersey and Manhattan during the summer of 2014 so it's quite meaningful
and riveting that it will be premiered close to its locations at the
Dobbs Ferry public library, 21.6 miles away from the Bryant park library
and 17.0 miles away from The Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine.
Don't miss the opportunity to watch it for the first time on the big
screen of the first edition of "Movies4movies" film festival.
"New York, a venture" will screen at the Dobbs Ferry public library on February 25 at 11:30 after the short-movie The Tell-Tale Heart – Sisters by Christine Parker.
Movies4movies is a film festival founded by filmmaker Natalie Sena Murray committed to
providing opportunities for filmmakers to show their work and to
supporting independent film by providing grants to filmmakers.
The first installment of movies4movies will be held
on Saturday, February 25 at the Dobbs Ferry Public Library. This one day
festival will feature programming that includes feature films, short
films, and documentaries as well as networking opportunities.
The next February 25 at the Dobbs
Ferry public library, New York, the first edition of "Movies4movies" film festival
will premiere my indie movie "New York, a venture" filmed in New Jersey and Manhattan.