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The Brooklyn International Film Festival (BiFF) brings a selection of short Polish films to Greenpoint in Brooklyn, May 14 from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. This free event takes place at Studio B, 259 Banker Street near Meserole Avenue.

The films to be shown include “What It’s Like To Be My Mother,” “The Factory,” “My Empire” and “Alicja Wonderland.”

BiFF’s 11th edition, themed “Cinergy,” will run May 30-June 8 and films will be shown at both the Brooklyn Lyceum Theater (featuring 36 two-hour film programs) and Brooklyn Heights Cinema (featuring 31 two-hour film programs). Each film selected will be shown twice, at different times/venues.

Opening night will be celebrated May 30 at the Brooklyn Lyceum Theater on Fourth Avenue in Park Slope. Sidebar shows will run at the Brooklyn Public Library (Grand Army Plaza), East Coast Aliens (Greenpoint) and Lumenhouse (Bushwick).

BiFF was established in 1998 as the first international competitive film festival in New York.

For more, visit www.brooklynfest.org or call 646-234-5080.

Updated 11:48 am, January 16, 2019
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