32 Second Avenue
New York City, New York


Festival runs Wednesday, April 2 to Tuesday, April 8. Closing Night is Sunday, April 6, and Monday and Tuesday are repeat screenings for those of you who just can't get enyuff.

F Train to Second Ave. stop. Get out at Second Ave. exit. Walk two blocks north to Second St.
6 Train to Bleecker St. stop. Walk east to Second Ave & Second St.
J, M, Z to Bowery stop. Walk north on Chrystie St. past Houston St. to Second St.
L to First Ave stop. Walk south to Second St., turn right to Second Ave.

Festival Location

All screenings are at our beloved Anthology Film Archives, 32 Second Ave. at Second St. We play hard to get, so we don't list our nightly parties, so check in at the theater if you want to make a night of it.

We commissioned six NYUFF alums to create trailers for our 15th festival. Anything goes with works by Peggy Ahwesh, Robert Banks, Michael Bell-Smith, Ben Coonley, Ewa Einhorn, and Jim Finn.
Tube Time!
Saturday, April 5 at 10:30pm
Battle with the egos of the Internet and cheer for your favorite web-video connoisseur. Warning: this competition is not for the faint of heart, seriously, shit is like American Gladiators. Definitely NSFW.
NYUFF is Enough
Friday, Saturday and Sunday (April 4-6) at 7pm
Say goodbye to the first (and favorite) of the undergrounds. This three-night retrospective features work from all 15 years of the festival.
The Only Possible City
Friday, April 4 at 6:30pm
Saturday and Sunday, April 5 and 6 at 2:30pm
A three-part screening organized by Mike Crane, Ryan Garret and Edward Kihn.
Nasty As U Wanna Be
Organized by Marisa Olson and Nasty Nets
Friday, April 4 at 8:45pm
It's Friday night, let's get nasty! Join us to celebrate the internet-surfing club's DVD release.
Revolution 9
Friday, April 4 at 9:45pm
Nine times round the Underground... if you thought eight was crazy, then be prepared to spin. Whirly people of the Roberta Beck Mercurial Cinema, led by programmer Bradley Eros, present old, new, and live work for your dark delight.
Two Black Towers
Saturday, April 5 at 4:15pm
Organized by Jennet Thomas, this program pairs John Smith's classic video with Thomas's re-envisioning.
Orchard Gallery Presents
Saturday, April 5 at 5:15pm
Timed with the conclusion of their three-year-long life, a special program organized by Orchard Gallery with a special screening double bill of Alain Renais' Toute la Memoire du Monde and an Graham's Rock My Religion!

Official Website: http://nyuff.com/2008/

Added by busski on April 2, 2008

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