PERU, A Puzzle & A One-Of-A-Kind Personal Story

If you enjoy puzzles or personal stories or both, you will love ‘The Curious Life of Piter Eustaquio Rengifo Uculmana’. In this unique feature-length debut documentary, you’ll travel the diverse, meandering path of a man throughout Peru, a country whose spelling also matches the initials of his name (P.E.R.U.). See the US Premiere of ‘The Curious Life’ on Wednesday March 1 as part of the 6th Annual Winter Film Awards Indie Film Festival.

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Life & Death. War & Peace. Dialogue & Film

In his film ‘Vive La Mort’, director Thomas A. Welte presents a captivating conversation about life and death, war and peace. See the NYC Premier of ‘Vive La Mort’ on Sunday February 26 as part of the 6th Annual Winter Film Awards Indie Film Festival.

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“Perfect” Sheds Light on the Grossly Overlooked Sport of Synchronized Swimming

So you thought the decathlon was the most grueling of the summer Olympic sports? Well then you haven’t researched synchronized swimming…. See the US Premier of ‘Perfect’ on Saturday February 25 and Tuesday February 28 at Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street, New York NY 10003) as part of the 6th Annual Winter Film Awards Indie Film Festival.

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Viral Beauty’s Romantic Comedy Tale of the Online World, Celebrity Fascination

She wanted a date; she got a million subscribers instead. ‘Viral Beauty’ is a take on modern day society. First-time director David Tyson Lam, a software developer by day, describes his film as a romantic-tech comedy. See the New York Premiere of ‘Viral Beauty’ on Saturday, February 25 at Cinema Village as part of the 6th Annual Winter Film Awards Indie Film Festival.

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Washing Away the Mud of Life – Amit Ranjan Biswas’ debut film ‘Bridge’

Washing Away the Mud of Life – Amit Ranjan Biswas’ debut film ‘Bridge’. Two strangers, both suffering from immense emotional distress arising out of life’s tragedies, wanting to commit suicide, meet on a Bridge over the Ganges. Winter Film Awards’ Walter Howard spoke with Calcutta-born Amit Ranjan Biswas, a poet, playwright, public speaker, neuropsychiatrist and filmmaker about his debut feature film, ‘Bridge’. See the NYC Premiere of ‘Bridge’ on Monday, February 27 as part of the 2017 Winter Film Awards Indie Film Festival in New York City.

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A Look at Unintentional Mass Murderers – Milos Radovic on ‘Train Driver’s Diary’

Statistics say that during his professional career, every train driver unintentionally kills 15 to 20 people. Director and screenwriter Milos Radovic speaks with Winter Film Awards’ Allison Jiang about what he learned, his influences, and Serbian trains from hell. See the NYC Premiere of ‘Train Driver’s Diary’ on Saturday, February 25 as part of the Winter Film Awards 6th Annual Indie Film Festival.

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Beware of The Hat Man – Drew Gabreski on ‘Be Afraid’

Beware of The Hat Man – Drew Gabreski on ‘Be Afraid’. There are entities which exist in the darkest shadows of the night that can only be seen out of the corner of your eye. Follow the nightmarish trials of a father whose young son’s safety is jeopardized by supernatural forces led by the mysterious Hat Man. See ‘Be Afraid’ on Thursday March 2 as part of “Bloody Thursday” at the Winter Film Awards Indie Film Festival.

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GRS Systems supports #DiversityInFilm #WFA2017

Winter Film Awards is proud to team up with GRS Systems for our 6th Annual Indie Film Festival! One of our Festival award winners will each receive a Sony ENG Camera Rental Package for 2-3 days of shooting!

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A nail through the heart of a Soldier Bee

In ‘Soldier Bee’, a British Captain returns home from Afghanistan after being injured in a rigged booby trap that has left her scarred physically and on a deep psychological accord. Winter Film Awards’ Walter Howard interviewed director Alex Hardy about the making of the film about the effects of PTSD on a female veteran. See ‘Soldier Bee’ on Sunday February 26 as part of Winter Film Awards 6th Annual Indie Film Festival.

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‘Creedmoria’ proves that breaking out of the institution is more important than fitting in

Bubbling over with a much-needed dose of optimism is ‘Creedmoria’, director Alicia Slimmer’s feature debut based loosely on her experiences growing up in 1980s-era Queens, New York, in the shadow of the Creedmoor Psychiatric Center. See ‘Creedmoria’ at Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street) on Friday, February 24 as part of the Winter Film Awards 6th Annual Indie Film Festival.

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Winter Film Awards teams up with Glidecam #WFA2017

Winter Film Awards is proud to continue our partnership with Glidecam Industries for our 6th Annual Indie Film Festival! Three of our Festival awards winners will each receive a Glidecam world class HD-1000 Camera Stabilizer! Glidecam separates itself from its competition by offering a product line that is both technologically advanced and yet priced very affordably.

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