Fifth Annual New Hope Pennsylvania Film Festival
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2014 Fifth Annual New Hope Film Festival
New Hope, PA – The 2014 Fifth Annual New Hope Film Festival, touted as “this emerging ‘Sundance East’” in a June 2012 article in The Huffington Post, is excited to announce that tickets are available starting June 15th and can be purchased online by proceeding to the Tickets link on the Festival’s website at www.newhopefilmfestival.com.
New Hope Film Festival runs July 25th through August 3rd, with Official Selections from 16 countries. Many of these outstanding films are U.S. and world premieres.
Everything you need to know about the Festival is located for free online in the new 2014 Official Program Guide. Printed guides are available for purchase at the New Hope Arts Center during the Festival and at New Hope Photo at 358 West Bridge Street in New Hope.
Filmmakers from around the country and abroad will attend the screenings. There will be question and answer sessions after the screenings with opportunities to meet filmmakers. Films will be presented in two venues: New Hope Arts Center and the Stephen J. Buck Memorial Theater
at the New Hope-Solebury High School.
The Festival welcomes our new sponsor, LaCroix Sparkling Water. We also thank our sponsors Calkins Media, Times Publishing and Comcast.
About the Festival
New Hope Film Festival was the creation of D. F. Whipple, an author, screenwriter, and long-time resident of the New Hope, Bucks County area. Whipple formed New Hope Film Festival with a group of artists who shared his passion for discovering and nurturing independent filmmakers, especially those who have been overlooked by established festivals. Every film submitted will be watched with a keen perspective on quality and artistic expression.
Over the years, New Hope has attracted and been home to many talented producers, screenwriters, actors, playwrights, and performance art enthusiasts. Home of the Bucks County Playhouse, where actors such as Robert Redford, George C. Scott, Helen Hayes, Andrea McArdle and Colleen Dewhurst have graced the stage. The village is centrally located less than an hour from Philadelphia and an hour and a half from New York.
For those interested in attending New Hope Film Festival, information about this year’s events will be available in the 2014 Program Guide, which will be free online and available on NHFF’s Website in June. A printed copy will also be available at The Free Library of New Hope, Greater New Hope Chamber of Commerce, New Hope Visitors Center and copies will be available for purchase at New Hope Photo. Additionally, copies will be available for purchase at New Hope Arts Center while the festival is running.
New Hope Film Festival will run July 25 – August 3, 2014.