Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective

  1. From the Boy Angel EP // released August 2015 on Universally Handsome

    Fielded is the moniker of Brooklyn-based Producer/songwriter Lindsay Powell. Her latest music video, directed by Alex Mallis, in association with Meerkat Media, probes and re-presents our preconceptions about the quest for love and understanding in New York City. 'I Choose You' is the standout single from Fielded's 2015 'Boy Angel EP' (Universally Handsome). the video features Enrique's Unisex Salon, a celebrated barber shop in the heart of Bushwick. Powell's vocals longingly dance over sparse instrumentation; the track is hopeful that certainty of choice will unlock the heart from the grip of feigned passiveness all too common in the come-and-go hook ups of our twenties. The video offers choice as a creative act, radical all the more when the choice is that of real, human love and understanding.

    Director – Alex Mallis
    Producer – Samin Pogoff
    DoP – Eric Phillips-Horst
    Editor – Jeff Sterrenberg
    AC – Sean Hanley
    Art Direction – Dara Messinger, Raj Kottamasu
    Art Department – Annie Sicherman, Alexis Powell
    Gaff + Electric – Karim Tabaa, Jeff Sterrenberg, Bryan Chang
    Makeup – Shannon Mulligan
    Colorist – Alex Berman

    Lindsay Powell
    Hassan Farrow
    Julia Joyce-Barry
    Ashraf Rijal
    Nikiru Oparah
    Luis Enrique Qeuzada Barrera

    Mitchel Stearn, DDS
    Olivia Taylor
    Colin Cannon
    Anna Fitzgerald
    Meerkat Media Collective
    Enrique's Unisex Salon
    The People of Bushwick

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  2. "Fill your heart with French Fries" is a sad comedy about a woman who gets dumped at a fast food joint, and, too sad to go home, just stays there for a week.

    Written and Directed by Tamar Glezerman
    Produced by Chris Casey. A Silent Dog Pictures production.
    DOP: Evan Jake Cohen
    Starring Lindsay Burdge, Auriyana Jackson, Scott Friend, Alexis Powell, Sarah Ellen Stephens, Tom O'keefe and Finn Douglas.
    Production design: April Lasky. Graphic Design: Lee Cohen. Sound Design: Jospeh Colemnero.
    Color Correction: Alvaro Barrasa Alesanco. Post Produced at Worley Works.
    Teaser music - "Monsters" by Chaos Chaos.

    Premiere details coming soon on

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  3. A young American tries to connect with a distant family acquaintance in Cuba but only alienates himself further. The film is the first American short narrative to be shot in Cuba since 1959.

    Interview on NoFilmSchool:
    And in Remezcla:

    Runner-up, Best Short
    Chicago Latino FF

    Official Selection:
    New Orleans 2015
    Atlanta 2015
    IFF Boston 2015
    Festival Internacional de Cine Nuevo Latinoamerica (Havana, Cuba)
    Stockholm 2015
    Huelva International Film Festival, Spain
    Cinema Jove, Valencia
    Havana Film Festival NY 2015
    San Diego Latino 2015
    Rhode Island 2015

    The film is based on a evening I experienced on my first visit to Cuba. My mother is Cuban, but I was raised in New Hampshire, so I always felt a certain disconnect between my upbringing and my heritage—I never exactly felt Latino. When I finally visited Cuba, the cultural, class, and language barriers set the stage for a series of failed connections. From that experience, I was inspired to make this film.

    Written and directed by Alex Mallis
    Produced by Marina Fernandez Ferri
    Co-directed by Lily Henderson
    Cinematography by Ed David
    Edited by Bryan Chang

    Yerlin Perez
    Alex Mallis
    Emmy Harrington
    Jordy Romero

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  4. In a homogeneous world, a man loses track of himself while struggling to crack an impossible task.

    Official Selections/Screenings:
    2012 Brooklyn Arts Council Scene: Brooklyn
    2012 Northside Film Festival (DIY Competition)
    2012 Greenpoint Film Festival
    2013 Summer Front/Row Cinema series
    2014 Film Shortage
    2015 Madcuts: Twisted Shorts and Music Videos at Videology
    2015 Sharon's Shorts via the Tribeca Film Festival

    Written and Directed by Dylan Allen
    Produced by Eddy Vallante, Rachel M. Goldberg and Dylan Allen
    Director of Photography / Edited by Evan Jake Cohen
    Music and Poster by Sam's Myth
    Starring Jason Robert Winfield, Michael Ewing, Michelle Silvani, Jerry Leventhal and Jennifer Rubins
    Art Direction by Brittany Dowd and Jeanne Shiel
    Hair by Nackie Karcher, The Karcher Brooklyn
    Sound Mixing by Ryan Gresh and Joseph Santo
    Sound Editor / Foley by Erik Schuiten
    DI Producer Heath Raymond / The Mill
    Colorist Josh Bohoskey / The Mill

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  5. Official Music Video for "Life is for the Living" from LYFE (2014, Western Vinyl)
    a Meerkat Media Collective production

    Directed/Produced/Edited by Dara Messinger and Jeff Sterrenberg
    Cinematography: Sean Hanley
    Assistant Directors: Sara Huneke and Alex Mallis
    Production Crew: Alison Brockhouse, Bryan Chang, Alex Mallis, Eric Phillips-Horst, Jay Sterrenberg, Karim Tabbaa
    VFX: Jeff Sterrenberg
    Steadicam: Adam Uhl
    Projection: Grayson Earle
    Color: Jay Sterrenberg
    Dance: Rachel Berman, Brighid Green, Dara Messinger, Ashraf Rijal

    Thank You: Eliot Krimsky, Meerkat Media Collective, DCTV, Marie Mounteer, Kathleen Piper Crosby, Sarah Anzai, Zara Serabian-Arthur, Gina Telaroli, The Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective, Annie Novak

    Buy LYFE:

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    Go to Album Release / Video Premiere Party 11/16 at Glasslands:

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Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective

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The Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective is tight-knit community of professional filmmakers in Brooklyn, NY who are dedicated to innovative approaches to filmmaking. The collective comes together through weekly peer workshops to provide sustained feedback and…

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The Brooklyn Filmmakers Collective is tight-knit community of professional filmmakers in Brooklyn, NY who are dedicated to innovative approaches to filmmaking. The collective comes together through weekly peer workshops to provide sustained feedback and critiques throughout the life of its members' projects. It is the mission of the BFC to inspire groundbreaking films and maximize exposure of the best work from Brooklyn-based filmmakers.

The BFC consists of some of Brooklyn’s most accomplished and promising emerging filmmakers. Collectively we have produced work for the Sundance Film Festival, SXSW, Slamdance Film Festival, A&E, PBS, HBO, IFC, Discovery Channel, National Geographic, MTV, France 3, The Smithsonian, and Al Jazeera. Our members have received awards from Sundance, Emmy Awards, Independent Spirit Awards, Student Academy Awards, HBO New York International Latin Film Festival, and IFP and has had work nominated for the national Academy Awards.

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