New York No Limits Film Series, First Take, Hosted by Christine Copley with Tian Tang and Adam Thomson by Robert Wagner

Filmmakers Tian Tang and Adam Thomson discuss the highlights of their film THE BUTCHER. We’re proud to screen this outstanding short film at our August 2019, Art of the Short Film event on Saturday, August 3rd 7:30 PM at Wild Project, 195 E. 3rd St. NYC.

THE BUTCHER truly captures the essence of our mission with Art of the Short. It’s compact but fulfilling and constantly intriguing throughout.

Announcement: Art of the Short Film, Date Change by Robert Wagner

Our next Art of the Short film event has been changed to Saturday, August 3rd, 2019 at Wild Project. This is a change from our previously scheduled June date. We apologize if this inconveniences anyone.

Please note: If you submitted a short film to us on or prior to May 13th, it is currently in consideration for the August, Art of the Short film event.

The short film lineup for August will be announced on June 20th.

If you submitted a feature film to us on or prior to May 13th, it is currently in consideration for the New York No Limits Film Series 2019 Summit, September 26th - 28th presented by Wild Project. The Summit feature film lineup will be announced on August 15th.

All New York No Limits screenings are at Wild Project, 195 E. 3rd St. NYC.

NYNL, First Take with Adriana Jones, March 2019 by Robert Wagner

Adriana Jones, screenwriter and lead actress of INTROVERT’S GUIDE TO ACTIVISM, talks with Jennifer Gibli and New York No Limits about her film.

INTROVERT’S GUIDE TO ACTIVISM, directed by Simone Kisiel, screens at our Art of the Short film event on March 14th at Wild Project

NYNL First Take, with Arielle Haller-Silverstone, hosted by Christine Copley - January 2019 by Robert Wagner

Arielle Haller Silverstone, star of the film SAC DE MERDE, chats with NYNL’s Christine Copley as part of NYNL’s First Take, which highlights a short film screening at our Art of Short event.

SAC DE MERDE, which screened with NYNL on January, 8th 2019, has screened all over the country and we were very proud to include it on our program. Check out what Arielle had to say about the film.

by Robert Wagner

The 8th New York No Limits Film Series Summit is set to be our best yet. With over twenty films showing over the next three days, we don’t blame you if you’re feeling spoilt for choice. According to our Weather app, the hot-and-sticky weather of late will continue to torment New Yorkers this weekend, so get yourself to the air-conned sanctuary that is the Wild Project, and sit back with these two suburb feature films. 


Noble Earth
Feature, Drama
Written and directed by Ursula Grisham

They Say
Noble Earth is a study of ennui and female repression within a world rarely seen onscreen— Italy's hermetic nobility.Emma meets Tancredi in Florence, embarking on a love affair with the intoxicating cosmos he represents: endless days in the gauzy hills, the sun-blanched beaches. They become engaged. Soon, however, Emma becomes caught in family politics, learning what is expected of a woman in Florentine high society. The same beauty that intoxicated Emma reveals itself as superficial, and suffocates her.

We Say
Noble Earth is, quite simply, stunning. The cast are as beautiful as the scenery; donned in the best of shabby chic, they stride alongside the azure waters of the Italian seaside, tiptoe through sun-dappled forests, and jog by iconic Florentine landmarks, wrapped up in an inner dialogue that is rarely shared with the audience. Much of the script is vacant chat, Florence’s privileged discuss things like chestnut honey, or fight over who’ll dip into their pocket money for the next drink. This makes the moments when the characters betray their enforced societal roles and let their emotions bubble to the surface all the more impactful. 
Watch for: A beautifully executed insight into a hidden world. 
Stay for: The inner cheer-inducing ‘Girl Power’ moments. 

The New York premiere of Noble Earth is showing at the New York No Limits Film Series Summit 2018 on Saturday, August 11th at 9:30pm.


One Bedroom
Feature, Drama
Written and directed by Darien Sills-Evans

They Say
Breaking up is easy. Moving out is hard. After five years of ups and downs, an African American 30-something couple in a gentrifying Brooklyn neighbourhood spends their final afternoon together arguing and remember better days, as one of them moves out and hopefully on with her life. 

We Say
Man children, revenge fucks, and break-up sex – One Bedroom brings back all the relationship drama you’ve tried to forget, with a dose of humour to soften the blow. The characters are flawed, confused, yet loveable individuals who try their best to navigate that empty feeling that comes from ending a long-term relationship one year too late. Add a nostalgic ode to old Brooklyn, before gentrification rendered neighbourhoods unrecognisable, and you’ve got a perfect New York tale. Sills-Evans wraps it all up with a sharp script, some great acting, and a lingering feeling of hope. 
Watch for: A sensitively told love story for the modern age, where real characters pay high prices. 
Stay for: The laughs along the way.

One Bedroom is showing at the New York No Limits Film Series Summit 2018 on Saturday, August 11th at 7:00pm.

The New York No Limits Film Series Summit 2018 will take place at the Wild Project,
195 East 3rd Street, 
New York 10009. 
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