Sparrow Film Project

It starts with a three week, three minute movie making experience

The Sparrow Film Project started as a film making contest in Astoria, New York. A rag-tag group of artists came together and picked made-up movie titles out of a hat. Based on the title picked, each participant had three weeks to make a three minute film. We screened all of the finished films and held an awards ceremony at The Sparrow Tavern

 

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Sparrow Film Project To Celebrate 10th Anniversary With Kaufman Astoria Studios

Queens Gazette - "The Sparrow Film Project, the iconic short-film challenge, returns this year for its 10th anniversary, celebrating the artistic, imaginative and DIY ethos of the Astoria community. The announcement was made on August 14 by Artistic Director Michael Freeland and Technical Director Sal Milazzo."

 

Sparrow Film Project Gearing Up for 10th Year 

GREEN ROOM NEW YORK - "It starts with a three week, three minute movie making experience." The project started when a rag tag group of artists chose a movie title out of a hat and then had three weeks to make a three minute film using the title. The films were screened and awards ceremony held at The Sparrow Tavern.

Independence rules at Sparrow Film Project in Astoria

Times Ledger - More than 50 independent filmmakers will make their marks on Queens’ movie scene this weekend when the Museum of the Moving Image kicks off the seventh annual Sparrow Film Project in Astoria.