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NYC Web Fest Announces Selections and Venue for Third Year (Exclusive List)

Colin Quinn and Lewis Black both debuted work at the fledgling festival last year.

NYC Web fest

The 3rd Annual NYC Web Fest (NYCWF) announced its official selections today – a wide variety of web series that span the globe. The PIT Loft on West 29th Street will host the three-day festival. Of the 96 series highlighted, nearly half are from the tri-state area, with an impressive international showing as well.

Now in its third year, NYCWF is following a very successful second edition. 2015 highlights included the world premiere of “The Mentors” starring Lewis Black, the festival premieres of Colin Quinn’s “Cop Show,” and Refinery 29’s “The Queens of Kings.” This year features shows with appearances by comedians Judy Gold and Sherrod Small, as well as “The Blacklist” actress Erika Robel.

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The NYC Web Fest brings together a multifaceted diverse group of people from around the world to showcase the best of the web. Born in Cape Town and raised in Toronto, Lauren Atkins founded NYCWF in 2014, after recognizing there were several festivals showcasing digital series on the west coast, but nothing in New York. “Our goal is to make this festival the premier home for digital producers on an international level. An organic space where creators can showcase their talent, network with other artists, and learn from industry insiders.” Said Atkins.

“Judging by the enthusiasm of everyone who attended, I expect NYC Web Fest will continue to grow in size and relevance in the industry,” said “Cop Show” executive producer, Morris S. Levy.

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NYCWF will take place from Thursday, November 10 to Saturday, November 12, at the PIT Loft on 154 West 29th Street. There will be screenings and panels, and the weekend will conclude with an awards ceremony and after party on Saturday night. Tickets go on sale in late October. For more information see the NYCWF website.

See the complete list of 2016 Official Selections:

1. “Goodall and Gallagher,” Melbourne, Australia

2. “The Yearbook,” New York, NY

3. “Beard Club,” Marseille, France

4. “Concrete Jungle,” Astoria, NY

5. “Zyara,” Beirut, Lebanon

6. “Empty Space,” Los Angeles, CA

7. “Behind The Blinds AKA Filmmaking 101,” Santa Monica, CA

8. “I’m Gay,” New York, NY

9. “The Agent” North Bondi, Australia

10. “Oh My Godness,” Brooklyn, NY

11. “Garbage People,” New York, NY

12. “Emmas Welt,” Berlin, Germany

13. “Almost Anonymous,” Brooklyn, NY

14. “Undetectable,” Brooklyn, NY

15. “Living Thru the Lens,” New York, NY

16. “Twelfth Grade (or Whatever),” New York, NY

17. “OMG for Pete’s Sake,” Paramus, NJ

18. “Number of Silence,” Giessen, Germany

19. “What You Can Do,” New York, NY

20. “Contacts,” Ramat Hasharon, Israel

21. “Starting From Now,” Season 4, Marrickville, Australia

22. “Real Tinder Convos,” Elwood, Australia

23. “Affordable NYC,” Brooklyn, NY

24. “The Horizon,” Sydney, Australia

25. ‘Fools “IDIOTAS,”‘ Madrid, Spain

26. “Sensitive: A Web Series,” Brooklyn, NY

27. “47 Secrets to A Younger You,” Brooklyn, NY

28. “Fully Engaged,” New York, NY

29. “Jiwi’s Machines,” Brooklyn, NY

30. “Brad Advice,” New York, NY

31. “A Shared House,” Sydney, Australia

32. “Katy in the Bush,” Brooklyn, NY

33. “Shampagne,” New York, NY

34. “Danny the Manny,” Los Angeles, CA

35. “#Currently,” Los Angeles, CA

36. “Lemmings,” Sunnyside, NY

37. “It’s Complicated,” Pomona, CA

38. “Instructions for Humans,” Buenos Aires, Argentina

39. “The adventures of Broken Heart,” Buenos Aires, Argentina

40. “Artemio,” Buenos Aires, Argentina

41. “Psychosomatic,” Buenos Aires, Argentina

42. “A horrible World,” Buenos Aires, Argentina

43. “Haunted or Hoax,” Melbourne, Australia & Toronto, Canada

44. “Medicare Mermaids,” Woodland Hills, CA

45. “Cumbia Nena,” Buenos Aires, Argentina

46. “Boy Scauts,” Buenos Aires, Argentina

47. “Bar Crossed Lovers,” Astoria, NY

48. “Working on It,” Brooklyn, NY

49. “20 Seconds To Live,” Studio City, CA

50. “Almost Asian,” Los Angeles, CA

51. “Paper Boys: A Web Series,” San Francisco, CA

52. “The Pantsless Detective,” Season 3, “Framed By the Past,” Austin, TX

53. “Third Wheel Arlington,” VA

54. “Meet The LadyBugs,” North Bergen, NJ

55. “Q’s One Night Stands,” New York, NY

56. “Aunty Donna: 1999,” Rose Bay, Australia

57. “#DearGeorgette,” New York, NY

58. “Life Sucks! But At Least I’ve Got Elbows,” Tallinn, Estonia

59. “Il était une foi les gens — Face to Faith,” Geneva, Switzerland

60. “Merce,” New York, NY

61. “The Other Love Story,” London, United Kingdom

62. “Blank Paige,” Montreal, Canada

63. “1000 Londoners,” London, United Kingdom

64. “Seasonal Life,” Maisonnette, Canada

65. “Sublets,” New York, NY

66. “The Nora Ephronicles,” Brooklyn, NY

67. “Straight Marriage,” Brooklyn, NY

68. “No Strings Attached,” New York, NY

69. “Life, After,” Brooklyn, NY

70. “ONYROS,” Carmignano di Brenta, Italy

71. “LI Divas,” Brooklyn, NY

72. “Rapt,” Dublin, Ireland

73. “Avi Does the Holy Land,” Tel Aviv, Israel

74. “Mom and Me (and everyone online),” Vancouver, Canada

75. “Composing Life,” Franklin Square, NY

76. “The Auditions,” Marrickville, Australia

77. “Shalom Kabul,” Farnham, United Kingdom

78. “Wonder,” Brooklyn, NY

79. “Conversations From the Afterlife,” Maplewood, NJ

80. “Guilty,” Chicago, IL

81. “Precious Cargo,” Hoboken, NJ

82. “Minor Embarrassments,” Brooklyn, NY

83. “Shooting the Moon,” Verdun, Canada

84. “Situationships,” College Point, NY

85. “Fuck These Guys,” Chicago, IL

86. “People Like Us,” Singapore, Singapore

87. “Bennington Gothique,” Los Angeles, CA

88. “ANA,” Buenos Aires, Argentina

89. “All My Friends Are Married,” New York, NY

90. “Trap Plane,” Houston, TX

91. “Scout,” Queensland, Australia

92. “Londonitis,” London, United Kingdom

93. “The Quarter-Life Couple,” New York, NY

94. “Tough Love,” New York, NY

95. “Hardcore Fitness,” Brooklyn, NY

96. “Plant: The Second Coming,” Astoria, NY

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