Queens World Film Festival drops in at the new Queens Museum

William Cusick's "Welcome to Nowhere (Bullet Hole Road)" will be part of the Queens World Film Festival at the Queens Museum on Dec. 7. Image courtesy Queens World Film Festival

William Cusick’s “Welcome to Nowhere (Bullet Hole Road)” will be part of the Queens World Film Festival programming at the Queens Museum on Dec. 7. Image courtesy Queens World Film Festival

The Queens World Film Festival will program three sessions of films by festival alumni as part of Queens International 2013 at the newly reopened Queens Museum.

Up first Dec. 7 is Graphically Speaking a program of two films. “Way” by Elizabeth Pasieczny and “Welcome to Nowhere (Bullet Hole Road)” by William Cusick.

Queens World Film Festival describes the two movies as “stunningly beautiful” and touts their narratives as “equal to their graphic beauty. Right off the bat, you know that something unusual is happening.”

Following the screenings, Queens World Film Festival Director Don Cato will lead a panel discussion with filmmakers, cast and crew members.

Then on Jan. 19, the museum hosts a series of short films in two programs, From/Around the World and From/Around the Corner.

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