April 30, 2014

KAWOMERA: Wins Best Documentary Short - NYLA International Film Festival

KAWOMERA: Plant Pray Partner for Peace 

The Film Screens May 10 at 8:00-9:45pm at the Producers Club

ABOUT the NYLA International Film Festival 
The chief principle behind the NYLA International Film Festival is to create prominent networking and artistic interaction between talented independent filmmakers, writers, distributers and film enthusiasts.

The New York Los Angeles International Film Festival is a biannual event taking place in two of the biggest media cities in the world.  We kicked off our first Season with screenings in New York and Los Angeles all within 10 days.  We now will resume with our normal screening sessions by having our New York screenings in May and our Los Angeles screenings in October.  Thus, providing filmmakers with maximum exposure and networking opportunities for their projects. The NYLA humbly takes honor in providing such a platform for the many independent filmmakers and writers attempting to launch their careers and share their creative talents.  With becoming one of the larger independent festivals on the horizon, we look forward to kicking off the Los Angeles Screening session of the NYLA this October and showcasing the expressive artistry of the stars of tomorrow.

April 11, 2014


Father Ambo Byusam              St. Marks Church           Mbale, Uganda 2013

Screens May 15 at 9:30pm Tribeca Cinemas 

ABOUT VISIONFEST: The Other Festival 

VISIONFEST: The Other Festival promotes domestic filmmaking. All of the works showcased at VISIONFEST are created by U.S. filmmakers and by production entities that are based solely in the United States. The projects may be shot on international locations and have globally relevant storylines, but their origin must be rooted in the U.S.
VISIONFEST exists to provide an exhibition forum for the American auteur; one that is specialized and focused; one that does not dilute the presence of U.S. films within a sea of international product.

Mt. Ararat

Marla Mossman

My photo
One woman traveling alone, in search of her religious and cultural heritage.