The 2009 Gen Art Film Festival Celebrates The End With A Party On The Bowery

by KENDRA SEAY · April 8, 2009

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    Tuesday night marked the end of The 2009 Gen Art Film Festival which came to a close with the premiere of Finding Bliss directed by Julie Davis and an after party at BLVD on the Bowery. Our very own Steven Ekerovich has been all over the Gen Art scene and had a chance to talk to last night's event planner and director, Kaki Stergiliou getting her thoughts on this years show, "We wanted to make everything connected to this year's festival a great and fun experience for all the new emerging film makers that came from around the country to participate in Gen Art".

    More story and photos below...

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    The party was complete with Crunch pole dancers, music, an unlimited supply of booze, and a special presentation by Moby who awarded filmmakers David Lee Miller for best feature film (My Suicide) and Liliana Greenfield-Sanders (Adelaide) for best short film.


    David Lee Miller

    Liliana Greenfield-Sanders