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The 10th annual, Queens World Film Festival is a multi-day event, showcasing youth-oriented educational initiatives and screening opportunities for QWFF filmmakers.
Queens World Film Festival
The 10th annual Queens World Film Festival is a multi-day, multi-venue festival showcasing youth-oriented educational initiatives and year-round screening opportunities for QWFF filmmakers, past and present.
Turning ten, Queens World Film Festival is set to return to the Museum of the Moving Image and the Zukor Screening Room at Kaufman Astoria Studios. From March 19 to 29, 2020 experience exciting, topical, bold, entertaining features and shorts including narratives, documentaries, LGBTQ and animated films. Queens World Film Festival is dedicated to creating worthwhile experiences for participating filmmakers and guests with some signature elements: dynamic thematic programming, hosted screening events, engaging talk-backs, relevant networking opportunities and maximum access to filmmakers. The roster includes international premiers, special events, parties and special guests.
The Queens World Film Festival program contains thematic blocks, grouping films together to create specific impact rather than running a full schedule of films one after the other. Each block has its own theme, a host and targeted marketing so that you can build communities around each block as its own event. Block categories will be announced at a later date.
Queens World Film Festival Tickets and Passes
QWFF offers a Full Festival Pass for $120 or single tickets for $15. All tickets can be purchased through the QWFF website, and single tickets will be available at the festival venues throughout the event.
Take Amtrak to Queens World Film Festival
From Penn Station take the E train towards Jamaica Center. Transfer at Queensboro Plaza (7 stops from Penn Station) to the M or R train towards Forrest Hills – 71st Avenue. Get off the M or R at Steinway Street (2 stops from Queensboro Plaza). From Steinway Street, it is about a 5-minute walk to the Museum of Moving Images and the Zukor Screening Room at Kaufman Astoria Studios.
Getaway with Amtrak
Spend some time in New York City and explore all the five boroughs has to offer. Take a look these great hotels recommended by New York By Rail—some offering a special NYBR discount.
march 19 (Thursday) - 29 (Sunday)
Museum of Moving Images
36-01 35th Ave., Queens, NY 11106
Governors Ball Music Festival is coming to Randall’s Island Park in NYC this June. Some of music’s biggest names will be performing, rain or shine. Experience unforgettable performances by Jack White, Eminem, Travis Scott and over 60 other artists.
Governors Ball Music Festival
The Governors Ball Music Festival will bring thousands of music lovers from around the globe to Randall’s Island, NYC.
The popular three-day music festival is returning to Randall’s Island Park in NYC this June. Some of music’s biggest names will be performing, rain or shine. Stay tuned for the 2020 Governor’s Ball Lineup!
Unique food trucks and vendors from all over NYC will be lining the outskirts of the festival when fans decide to take a break from cheering on their favorite artists. Guests who are 21 years or older can also enjoy craft beers and cocktails in any of the three liquor gardens.
There are a range of ticket types to choose from depending on which performers you want to see, or which days you can attend. General admission tickets range from $115 for one day of performances to $305 for all three. VIP and VIP plus tickets range from $255 for one day to $1,950 for all three days. Tickets are selling out quick, so be sure to buy yours soon!
Hop on your nearest Amtrak, and head to Randall’s Island June 5 through June 7 for an experience you will never forget!
june 5 (Friday) - 7 (Sunday)
Randall's Island Park