Lights, camera, BK! Win two passes to Scene: Brooklyn fest

A scene from The Other Girl directed by Kristan Sprague, appearing in Scene: Brooklyn.

We always see lots of stuff focusing on those two pillars of Brooklyn creative life — music and literature — but do you film buffs ever feel a bit left out in the cold? Turn your lenses over to Scene: Brooklyn, the annual festival from the Brooklyn Arts Council that celebrates the diverse film talent based in the borough and brings independent Brooklyn filmmakers together for screenings, discussions, parties and happy hours. This year’s event opens May 2 at indieScreen with “Brooklyn in Brief,” described as “a selection of bold, new narrative and documentary shorts from Brooklyn filmmakers that explore the city and how we live in it, and reveal why we need unique New York.” Entry to each Scene: Brooklyn event will cost you $10-$20, but we’ve got two full festival passes (a $130 value) to give out! Find out how to win below.

To enter, just register with Brokelyn (go to the home page and click “Register” on the top right corner); then leave a comment below telling us that you want to win. So easy! Enter by 5pm Friday and we’ll randomly select a winner to get the two passes.

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