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The 13th annual Brooklyn International Film Festival (BiFF) will be held June 4th-13th at indieScreen and the Brooklyn Heights Cinema. This year’s BiFF will feature over 100 premieres from 92 countries, including a record 16 films made by Brooklyn filmmakers on Brooklyn sets.

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Some of the feature films to be shown:

Gabi on the Roof in July | NY Premiere
Director: Lawrence Michael Levine
Narrative Feature / United States, 2010 99 min
An edgy character-driven ensemble comedy about ex-girlfriends, sibling
rivalry and whipped cream set in a city that’s constantly in flux.

Bad Day to Go Fishing | NY Premiere
Director: Alvaro Brechner
Narrative Feature / Uruguay, 2009 110 min
The former strongest man on earth and his crafty manager tour small-town
South America staging wrestling matches and challenging all comers.

The Minutemen Movie | World Premiere
Director: Corey Wascinski
Feature Documentary / United States, 2010 82 min
In 2005, the Minutemen positioned themselves along the U.S./Mexico border.
Dissatisfied with the influx of undocumented immigrants and fed up with the
lack of government involvement, they are armed, energetic, and bound by
common ideals.

Queen of the Sun | East Coast Premiere
Director: Taggart Siegel
Feature Documentary / United States, 2010 83 min
Without bees, Albert Einstein said, “man would only have four years of life
left.” From the director of The Real Dirt on Farmer John comes a profound,
alternative look at the tragic global bee crisis.

Ten Stories Tall | NY Premiere
Director: David Garrett
Narrative Feature / United States, 2010 96 min
As two New York families grieve the loss of a beloved matriarch, death takes
center stage in their own daily struggles. Soon becoming a force for
startling revelations in their lives, death spurs unexpected journeys of

Colin Hearts Kay | World Premiere
Director: Sebastian Conley
Narrative Feature / United States, 2010 82 min
Brooklyn has been called “The Bloggiest Place in America” and this charming,
wildly inventive feature is one of the first films set in the world of
Brooklyn bloggers. Park Slope cartoonist Colin Jenson takes us on a
hilarious journey back in time to uncover what went wrong over his three
year relationship with Kay Ho, a successful food blogger.

Win/Win | US Premiere
Director: Jaap van Heusden
Narrative Feature / Netherlands, 2010 83 min
“Cock-a-doodle-doo, you sneaky post-it sucker.” Ivan’s innocent game of
secretly sticking yellow notes with stock tips all over the big investment
bank is over. A senior trader catches him red-handed and pulls him out of
the stuffy research department into the buzz of the dealing room.

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