“Main Street Rising” Film Screening

Join Be Local Broome and award-winning filmmaker Brian Frey for our screening of “Main Street Rising.” This new documentary chronicles the history, successes, and struggles of several Southern Tier communities and how they are now approaching the revitalization of their downtowns. Enjoy refreshments, the one-hour documentary, and finally, a panel of community members prepared to tie the film to revitalization efforts in Broome County. Free to the public; suggested donation $10. When: Monday, August 19th | 5-7 PM
Where: Koffman Southern Tier Incubator | 120 Hawley St., Binghamton, NY

Refreshments: 5:00-5:30 pm
Film: 5:30-6:30 pm
Panel: 6:30-7:00 pm

Space is limited. Register in advance on Eventbrite at tinyurl.com/BLBmainstreetrising.

2019 Rod Serling Film Fest Winners Announced

Congratulations to the winning student filmmakers of the 2019 Rod Serling Film Festival! The students will be honored on Saturday, October 5th, 2019 at The Forum Theatre in Binghamton, NY. Details to follow. The Rod Serling Film Festival is partnering this year with Serling Fest. Details on all activities and ticket information can be found at www.rodserling.com.

"As I knew him, My Dad, Rod Serling" By Anne Serling

2019 Rod Serling Film Festival Accepting Entries

The 2019 Rod Serling Film Festival is open! WSKG is accepting submissions from K-12 students through May 3, 2019. Entrants must use the online submission form. The Festival is held in honor of Rod Serling and his work, which has had a lasting influence on the television industry and media creation. The Festival seeks to inspire the next generation of filmmakers.

Double Honor for Film ‘8 to 8’ in Serling Fest

The film ‘8 to 8’ is by Alec Simmons, student at Ithaca’s Lehman Alternative Community School in Ithaca, NY. ‘8 to 8’ is the recipient of the ‘Best SciFi/Fantasy’ award and the honor of ‘Best in Show’ for 2017.  Here is some feedback from the filmmaker. What is your film about? A college student keeps noticing a mysterious tower on the outskirts of campus.

‘Monster Girl’ Wins Elementary Category Honor in Serling Film Fest

Colleen McGuinness | Artist Bio
I am 9 years old and in 4th grade in Union-Endicott.  I have been in 5 shows at the Endicott Performing Arts Center and got to go to New York City this year to see Broadway shows.  I play the piano in the movie. I also like playing old rock-n-roll on my recorder and this year I’m learning to play the stand-up bass. What is your film about? Can you summarize in a few sentences? It’s about a girl that scares her parents and then marries a boy named Joe.