WNY Film, Art and Music Event

WNY Film, Art and Music Event A three day event that includes a Film Festival, Art Display, Musical Acts, Various Entertainment,Educational Workshops, Vendors and Networking Parties.
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As movie, music and art lovers we set out to build a better festival. A festival that treats film makers, musicians, and artists like celebrities with an audience Q and A or a panel discussion. A festival where the audience is an active participant by choosing some of the awards. Festival goers can take a break to get food, browse vendors, sit in on a workshop, or join in the music festival fun. This is not your father's film festival. It is like a festival, an art show and convention had a love child. As film makers and we know the burden of high festival fees and the frustration of low audience turn out. We kept fees low, created an event with mass appeal and promote our hearts out. We know how difficult it can be to get noticed, so we review each film screened in festival on our website providing links to your promotional materials. We offer the option of purchasing an affordable table to meet with fans and sell your merchandise. Alternatively, you can utilize a shared space run by our staff so you can focus on enjoying the F.A.M.E. experience. We know awards are vital during the marketing and distribution phase. We have a variety of prizes and list winners IMDB. Since networking is such an important part of the festival we provide an all access pass to each artist whose work is featured in the event. We understand how hard you worked on your film, so we provide specific feedback for any film not selected for the festival. Our event is run under the umbrella of Beaver Alley Studios Inc. A 501 (c)(3) non profit organization established for the purpose of facilitating the production, promotion, distribution, exhibition and celebration of independent art in all forms, especially art from a female perspective. Helping people to follow their dreams is what we do.

Mission: Beaver Alley Studios Inc. is a 501 (c)(3) non profit organization established for the purpose of facilitating the production, promotion, distribution, exhibition and celebration of independent art in all forms, especially art from a female perspective.

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Wednesday Wisdom. Happy New Year and Happy Film Making From WNY FAME
01/02/2020

Wednesday Wisdom. Happy New Year and Happy Film Making From WNY FAME

Let 2020 be the year that you show them that you have what it takes!
12/31/2019

Let 2020 be the year that you show them that you have what it takes!

Its almost time to change...savor those final moments of procrastination.
12/30/2019

Its almost time to change...savor those final moments of procrastination.

Truth.
12/29/2019

Truth.

Beaver Alley Studios Inc, the non profit that sponsors WNY is designed to help film makers reach their goals. Look into ...
12/29/2019

Beaver Alley Studios Inc, the non profit that sponsors WNY is designed to help film makers reach their goals. Look into how they can help you.

Friday Funny
12/28/2019

Friday Funny

WNY FAME celebrates women!
12/26/2019

WNY FAME celebrates women!

Happy Holidays from all of as at WNY FAME
12/25/2019

Happy Holidays from all of as at WNY FAME

Happy Holidays from those of at WNY FAME.
12/24/2019

Happy Holidays from those of at WNY FAME.

2019 Winners
12/24/2019

2019 Winners

12/24/2019

Seeking judges for the 2020 season of WNY FAME. Judging can be done from anywhere in the world. Become a member of our non profit for the arts and enjoy discounts, educational programming, collaborative opportunities, and much more. Join during our membership drive and get a free DVD or streaming. Message me for details.

Congratulations
12/24/2019

Congratulations

Congratulations

12/24/2019

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12/20/2019

Nominations and Awards-
Certificates will be presented in person on 10/20
Congratulations

Screenplay Awards
Best Overall- Amy Axelson-Mitzvah Crashers
Best Writing – Wayne Coughlin-The Last Flight
Best Action Sequences – Rogues Coward
Most Original- Leaf Blower Armageddon
Honorable Mention- Bridgette Yaxley -Meeting Duran Duran

Photography
Best Body of Work- Frode Ueland

The Cheap Skate/ Best No Budget Film- TBA

Best Ensemble Cast- TBA

Film maker to watch- TBA

Best Feature Nominations
Empire
Unmasked
Revenge of Zoe

Best Mid Length Film Nominations
The Hit
Split Ticket
Jesus Rides a Harley
9,8 m/s 2

Best Short Film Nominations
The Role of A Lifetime
Gangsters
Incandescent
Out to Lunch

Best Documentary Nominations
Strange Tenants-Ska'd for Life
Aspires to the Sky: The Wilshire Grand Story
Stout Hearted
Reed Unboand : The Joel Reed Story

Best Animation Nominations
Home
The Way
Who Let the Taxidermy Out
The Adventures of Peggy and Linda

Best Music Video Nominations
Little Big Skibdi
The Stop
Hausla Na Ruthe- The Stories Untold
Daddy's Home

Best Cinematography Nominations
Blood of Jerusalem
9,8, m/s 2
Gangsters
Silence is Silver

Best Screenplay (Film) Nominations
Split Ticket- Alfred Thomas Catalfo
Partum Dubium- David W. Bailey
The Hit- Jenn Dlugos
Incandescent-Alfred Thomas Catalfo

Best Director Nominations
Micheal Boston- Jesus Rides a Harley
Lindsay Katt- The Avant- Gardener
Freddy Basnight- Gangsters
Incandescent- Alfred Thomas Catalfo

The Golden Beaver/ Best Female Director Nominations
Mikki Russ- Out to Lunch
Lena Heggelund- The Way
Paola Zerman- Firmeza
Ramie Streng - I Paint, I Protest: Mary Perry

Best Student/First Time Filmmaker Nominations
Perditus -Mira Haley Stever
Malign – Jasonpaul Edwards
Who Let the Taxidermy Out? -Laurence Unger
Out To Lunch – Mikki Russ

Best Actor Nominations
Graham King – Split Ticket
Nathaniel Glein Scott – Split Ticket
Fredrick Fairbanks- The Hit
Micheal Boston- Jesus Rides a Harley

Best Actress Nominations
Kay Wilson – Jesus Rides a Harley
Veronique Picciotto- The Role of a Lifetime
Sara Omran- Unmasked
Amanda Dane- Incandescent

Best WNY film Nominations
Out to Lunch
The Adventures of Peggy and Linda
Franko
The Noise Within

Best WNY Director Nominations
Empire- Matt Swanson
Brandon Schila- Franko
Chris Thomas- Welcome to Space Force
Mira Haley Stever-Perditus

Best WNY Cinematography Nominations
Empire-Matt Swanson
Robert Zinni- Out to Lunch
Aaron B. Webb -The Noise Within-
Brandon Schila- Franko

Best WNY Screenplay Nominations
Mikki Russ -Out to Lunch
A Couple of White guys Sitting around Talking- Wayne Coughlin
The Adventures of Peggy and Linda – Bean Friend and Brian Shaw
Space Force- Aaron Webb, Sebastiano Spurio, Christopher Fire, and Chris Thomas

Best WNY Actor Nominations
Jason Ray- The Noise Within
Mike Mc Fadden-A couple of White Guys sitting around talking
Charlie Blanc- A couple of White Guys sitting around talking
Christopher Fire- Welcome to Space Force

Best WNY Actress Nominations
Nikita J Williams- The Noise Within
Mira Haley Stever-Perditus
Julie Cargill- Out to Lunch
Toni Tennille- Out to Lunch

12/19/2019
Empire - Theatrical Trailer - The Reg Lenna Center For The Arts - September 28th, 2019

When River Carrington (Alyssa Raimondo) teams with Sarah Hindle (Patricia Culliton) to investigate the demise of a famed explorer, she learns of Sarah’s true intentions and attempts to make amends for her own mistakes. Aided by Jesse Allen (Paul Schermerhorn), River battles Sarah and her partner Jack (Steve Johnson) to uncover a truth that will shake her and the city to the core. Screening 12/19 5:30-8:00 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_XRu1GAdNA&feature=emb_logo

When River Carrington (Alyssa Raimondo) teams with Sarah Hindle (Patricia Culliton) to investigate the demise of a famed explorer, she learns of Sarah’s true...

12/19/2019

Rochester film maker Adrian Eposito is here in support of his film Reed Unbound: The Joel M. Reed story.

The lovely and talented Julie Cargill is here. See her along with Toni Tennille on Friday 12/20 in "Out to  Lunch".
12/19/2019

The lovely and talented Julie Cargill is here. See her along with Toni Tennille on Friday 12/20 in "Out to Lunch".

12/19/2019

Aspire to the sky...The Whilshire Grand story..Now playing.

The weather outside is frightful but the films are so delightful. First Block of films is underway.
12/18/2019

The weather outside is frightful but the films are so delightful. First Block of films is underway.

Longing for connection, a Muslim immigrant woman secretly joins an acting class; acting empowers her to unveil her true-...
12/15/2019

Longing for connection, a Muslim immigrant woman secretly joins an acting class; acting empowers her to unveil her true-self beyond limitations as passion and faith collide. Screening 12/20 9:00- 11:00

In 1947, newly-minted congressmen/future presidents John F. Kennedy, age 29, and Richard Nixon, age 34, travel to Pennsy...
12/14/2019

In 1947, newly-minted congressmen/future presidents John F. Kennedy, age 29, and Richard Nixon, age 34, travel to Pennsylvania where they must make a fateful decision. A supernatural drama based on true events. Screening 12/20 5:45-9:00 pm

Widower Professor Roger Trenton meets his worst nightmare in this original Buffalo short film. Screening 12/20 5:45- 9:0...
12/14/2019

Widower Professor Roger Trenton meets his worst nightmare in this original Buffalo short film. Screening 12/20 5:45- 9:00

Starring Toni Tennille, Julie Cargill, and Trisha Tracy, “Out To Lunch” opens in a quaint restaurant where the two main ...
12/14/2019

Starring Toni Tennille, Julie Cargill, and Trisha Tracy, “Out To Lunch” opens in a quaint restaurant where the two main characters discuss their lives, dead husbands and the couple seated next to them. Gloria and Lillian are lifelong friends in their seventies. When the young server engages her customers, we are all left to wonder if ‘Feminism’ is the new “F-Word”.
Exploring themes of the female bond, experience, and life-challenges, “Out To Lunch” rallies. The film spans age groups and ideologies with humor and tenderness. Screening 12/20 5:45-9:00

A man, a woman, a payback. Screening 12/20 5:45-9:00
12/14/2019

A man, a woman, a payback. Screening 12/20 5:45-9:00

A writer's struggle with internal doubt. He is unable to see the beauty in his work that other's can see. Screening 12/2...
12/14/2019

A writer's struggle with internal doubt. He is unable to see the beauty in his work that other's can see. Screening 12/20 5:45 - 9:00

Best friends separated by grief and loss. Who is better off?  Screening 12/20 5:45-9:00
12/14/2019

Best friends separated by grief and loss. Who is better off? Screening 12/20 5:45-9:00

Two sisters stir up an evil spell in this imaginative claymation short. Screening 12/20 545-9:00
12/14/2019

Two sisters stir up an evil spell in this imaginative claymation short. Screening 12/20 545-9:00

Trish's mind becomes her battleground as she searches for answers to eliminate her past. Will she win the battle we call...
12/14/2019

Trish's mind becomes her battleground as she searches for answers to eliminate her past. Will she win the battle we call life...or will she self-destruct. Screening 12/20 5:45 -9:00

TWO SLACKERS, FRIENDS SINCE CHILDHOOD, PASS AN EVENING TOGETHER (INTERRUPTED BY A BLACKOUT) DISCUSSING LIFE, VEGANISM, T...
12/14/2019

TWO SLACKERS, FRIENDS SINCE CHILDHOOD, PASS AN EVENING TOGETHER (INTERRUPTED BY A BLACKOUT) DISCUSSING LIFE, VEGANISM, THE PROM, LOVE, POULTRY AND THE SUPERNATURAL. Screening 12/20 5:45 -9:00

A successful businessman/drug kingpin is out on bail, awaiting trial for two murders he never committed and is trying to...
12/14/2019

A successful businessman/drug kingpin is out on bail, awaiting trial for two murders he never committed and is trying to find out who accused him of the crimes. He also supplies cocaine to the top 1% in Los Angeles. Screening 12/20 5:45-900

Space Force drafts an unlikely band of crazy recruits in this original zany short film directed by Chris Thomes. Created...
12/14/2019

Space Force drafts an unlikely band of crazy recruits in this original zany short film directed by Chris Thomes. Created during Sabrina Peña Young's Indie Filmmaker Boot Camp in Buffalo, New York. Screening 12/20 5:45-900

When a nomadic alien race blots out the sun, an anguished young teacher tries to hold on to her humanity in a withering ...
12/14/2019

When a nomadic alien race blots out the sun, an anguished young teacher tries to hold on to her humanity in a withering world.Screening 12/20 5:45- 9:00 pm

It's Christmas Eve in Buffalo and Franko is on the clock. Screening 12/20 5:45- 9:00 pm
12/14/2019

It's Christmas Eve in Buffalo and Franko is on the clock. Screening 12/20 5:45- 9:00 pm

Music Video Screening 12/20 545-9:00 pm
12/13/2019

Music Video Screening 12/20 545-9:00 pm

‘Hausla Na Ruthe : The Stories Untold’ released on 21st November 2018, depicts the story of ‘Charu Maa’, a super courage...
12/13/2019

‘Hausla Na Ruthe : The Stories Untold’ released on 21st November 2018, depicts the story of ‘Charu Maa’, a super courageous woman from the village of Gundalba, Odisha, India who refused to give up and led a group of 30 women to fight against nature’s fury and restored an entire forest cover that got destroyed in 1999 Orissa Super Cyclone.
On 29th October, 1999 the Orissa Super Cyclone struck Odisha causing large scale devastation killing around 50000 people. There are many stories of destruction, grief, struggle and survival in this period of devastation. The village of Gundalba in the state of Odisha, India is a beautiful rural setup along the coastline of Bay of Bengal. It is blessed with a big forest cover of Kajurina trees which act as a filter between the salty sea water and the green paddy fields in the village. The 1999 super cyclone destroyed the entire forest cover and in a flash the natives lost their source of livelihood. ‘Charu Maa’ decided not to give up and led a courageous fightback with a group of women to restore the entire forest cover. It is a supreme tale of courage, fearlessness and determination to stand up for what one believes in. Screening 12/20 5:45 -9:00 pm

Music Video Screening 12/20 5:45 -9:00 pm
12/13/2019

Music Video Screening 12/20 5:45 -9:00 pm

80’s rocker Roni Lee draws upon personal experiences and statistics to encourage women to find their voice with this unf...
12/13/2019

80’s rocker Roni Lee draws upon personal experiences and statistics to encourage women to find their voice with this unflinching look at domestic violence. Roni delivers an honest portrayal of a woman in a bad relationship in the video for her new song that re-imagines the lyrics of “Daddy’s Home”. Screening 12/20 5:45-900

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