It's film festival season in Upper Manhattan, with a range of multiple-day events celebrating indie and local talents set to kick off later this week.
Have you got your tickets yet?
Venue: Campbell Sports Center
Now in its sixth year, this local festival is showcasing 27 films, including short, student and feature-length productions by filmmakers from Inwood and beyond.
Through May 28
Venue: Maysles Documentary Center
Celebrating "100+ Years of Harlem Renaissance and Resilience," this film fest is wrapping up its second week with documentaries like "Hargrove" and "Ron Carter: Finding the Right Notes."
Venues: AMC Magic Johnson Harlem 9 and Maysles Documentary Center
TPFF features an impressive lineup of independent feature films, shorts, documentaries and more, including a first look at the Amazon series "I'm a Virgo" by Boots Riley.
Venues: The Kota Alliance, El Barrio's Artspace, Manhattan Neighborhood Network and Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños
A weeklong deep dive into the work of up-and-coming Latino filmmakers, including both features and shorts plus panels and workshops.