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BAFF Alumni Films Currently Available Theatrically, On Cable, and VOD!

  • "The David Dance". (NYC theatrical release, 2016)
  • "Angel of Nanjing". Available on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and Vimeo.
  • "Manhattan Romance" 2014 NYC Cityscape Award winner. Stars Tom O'Brien (Fairhaven), Gabby Hoffmann (Transparent, Wild, Obvious Child, HBO's Girls, Veronica Mars), Katherine Waterston (Inherent Vice), Caitlin Fitzgerald (Masters of Sex). VOD and in select theaters.
  • "Bread and Butter" 2014 Best Feature Film winner. Stars Lauren Lapkus (Jurassic World, Blended, The To Do List) and Bobby Moynihan (Saturday Night Live). VOD and cable, including iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Google Play, Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cox, Verizon and more ...
  • "Back in Time" (NetFlix, Amazon, and VOD)
  • "Art Bastard" (multi-city theatrical release)
  • "In The Eye of the Spiral" 2014 Best Feature Documentary winner. Narrated by Grammy Award winner Annie Lennox.
  • "Floating Sunflowers" starring Anna Chlumsky (Veep).
  • "Life of a King" stars BAFF Golden Apple Award Recipient Cuba Gooding Jr.
  • "The Magic Bracelet", winner stars James Van Der Beek, JK Simmons (Golden Globe Award Winner), Bailee Madison, written by Diablo Cody.
  • "Jake Squared," directed by Howard Goldberg, stars BAFF Spirit of New York Award Recipient Elias Koteas, BAFF Emerging Talent Award Recipient Mike Vogel, as well as Virginia Madsen, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Jane Seymour.
  • "The Girl on The Train" BAFF Official Selection
  • "Schmatta: Rags to Riches To Rags" (HBO Documentary Films)
  • "Breaking Upwards" (IFC Films)
  • "Harvest" (Monterey Media, Showtime Network)
  • "Mother's Day" (Starring Melissa Leo)
  • "The Pill" (Cinetic/Filmbuff)
  • "Ex-Girlfriends" (Cinetic/Filmbuff)
  • "Against the Current" (IFC Films)
  • "Hello Lonesome" (Bodega Studios, Independent Spirit Award nominee)
  • "Defiant Requiem" (Mercury Media)

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