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QuickieFest is a 1 minute movie festival. That's right, every movie will be 60 seconds or less! Talk about a quickie...WWW.QUICKIEFEST.ORG

Creators will be competing for 2 award$$$$$: 
The Special Jury Award & The Audience Award.

Tickets to QuickieFest are $5 and there will be free pizza!

Beth Spitalny
As a producer and director of digital video for US Weekly- Beth is no stranger to short content. Beth started her career producing at MTV's News and Docs department before heading to Los Angeles to receive her MFA from USC's School of Cinematic Arts where she focused on writing and directing narrative works. Since returning back to the big apple in 2010 Beth has directed over 20 episodes of various true crime series for Discovery ID and was selected as 1 of 5 finalists for the HBO/DGA directing fellowship. Beth loves surfing, coffee ice cream and her sister's dog named Schnitz (she loves her sister too...duh). 

Josh Poole
Josh Poole oversees creative development for Broadway Video's digital comedy studio, Above Average. Since joining the company in 2012, Josh has played a significant role in shaping Above Average's content strategy and has produced dozens of short-form series for He has also developed and produced multiple long-form series for both traditional networks and digital platforms. Prior to joining Above Average, Josh worked in production and development at MTV.

Curt Hoppe
Curt Hoppe is a New York-based artist whose photographs and realist paintings chronicle his life and interests over the past 40 years. Curt moved From Minnesota to his current home at 98 Bowery in 1976. There, his neighbors Marc H. Miller and Bettie Ringma employed his prealist style to illustrate their “Paparazzi Self-Portraits,” including “Bettie and the Ramones and one of Al Goldstein, who subsequently hired Hoppe for Screw magazine where he was a contributing artist from 1977-1883. He exhibited in the first “PUNK ART” exhibit in 1979 at the Washington Project for the Arts, with his painting “Bettie and the Ramones” In 1981, his work appeared in P.S. 1’s “New York/New Wave” exhibition. His diverse work ranges from caricatures for sex tabloid Screw to meticulously rendered photo-realist cityscapes of the ethnic neighborhoods of Lower Manhattan or Long Islands glitzy" Hamptons". His "Girls of Action" series featured Roller Derby Queens and lower east side Burlesque entertainers. He is currently working on a series of photographs and larger-than-life black-and-white portrait paintings of the artist friends, a tribute to those, that were a part of the bohemian milieu of his youth.

Justin Lamb
Evan Altshuler
Mark Levy
Pappas Productions
Adjective Nouns
Jon Bershad
Terms Of Service
Lizzy Bryce
Coupled Up Films
Jaime Fucking Lutz
Geil Sketch Comedy
Lindsay Hoffman
Michael E. Mason
Jomey Productions
Nanners Comedy
French Godzilla
Soloner & Bluvband
Nicole & Priya
Joe Leonardo
Kady Ruth Ashcraft
Ticklebug Puppets
Matthew Strickland
Never Getting Married
Drew Luster
Thomas Fricilone
Varying Follicles
Kelly Cooper
West Of 10th
Matthew Santiago Torres
Children Only
Mike Kuplic
DVD Handbag
Pearson Jenks
Alise Morales, Kady Ruth Ashcraft, Geoffrey Stevens
Abby Salzberg
Lisa Pertoso
Andy Zou
Fickle Matter
Freek Television
Our Film, Productions Inc.
Nick Smith
Coker & Stratton
Will Larson
Tim Young 

Later Event: June 4
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