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Queens Underground Film Festival and the  Artist Market NYC Presents

The Christmas/Holiday Pop-Up Market And Free Film Festival

Queens Underground Film Festival and the  Artist Market NYC are hosting an encore Holiday Pop-Up Market and Free all day Film Festival on Saturday, December 18th at King Manor Museum in downtown Jamaica, Queens, 11432; the White House within Rufus King Park from Noon to 6pm. 

With more than 10 Creative and Entrepreneurial Vendors, the day features over 30 movie shorts and music/poetry videos screened during past festivals and a fashion show highlighting some of the clothing designer Vendors. The Fashion Show highlights original clothing by Osun Designs, DUI Vibz and Historic T-Shirts and wooden measuring rulers paying homage to famous legends, many from Southeast Queens.

There will be a few local Fashion Designers (DUI Vibz and Osun), Jewelry (Unique Signatures and Jewelry Clay Works), Natural Bath and Body Products by Zenotopia and Healthy Sistahs,  Desserts by Brooks The Baker, Clever and Historic items and novelty gift items for children and adults curated by the Artist Market NYC, Art by Larceria, Fragrances by the Beauty Bar, products by Sankofa and service businesses such as Sun Run and the Stock Market Academy  Most of the Entrepreneurs are local and Vend with us often. The last day for Artists and Entrepreneurs to register is December 12th based on availability.

As a division of Queens Underground International Black and Brown Film Festival, the Artist Market NYC organizes the  Pop-Up Shop for the Queens Underground Film Festival, as well as independently throughout the year. Typically the outdoor Pop-Up Markets include hands-on creative classes and workshops for Entrepreneurs.

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The Saturday, December 18th Event will run all day, breaking for the fashion show at 3pm.  Several filmmakers will also be in attendance including Alvaro Franco, "After The Equinox", as an encore screening from the Pop-Up Shop and Film Festival on November 27th.  This short is a very clever story about adult peer pressure and it was shot locally.

Angela Perkins, producer of "Swipe Left", another clever project, explores the dating scene from a man's point of view.  Ray Loot, producer of several Series, such as Foster Sin, Roommates and In Vein, is attending for a screening of an episode of "2Wrongz".

Loot will also be presented with his Trophy from the October Film Festival for the Vampire short, "In Vein". A scene from the Series was also filmed at King Manor Museum, an historic Mansion built in the 1700's and was once home to the Rufus King Family.  Rufus King was an active politician and community advocate, said to be responsible for fighting slavery throughoout the country and especially here, locally in Queens, NY.  

The Queens Underground Film Festival then returns for one day at the end of February with the world's only Red Carpet Black History Month Film Festival to be held in Queens, NY and the Festival will continue on for several more days in mid-April.  The Free Film Festival is the Sponsors' gift  to close out the year and offer audiences an opportunity to "Share Our Stories" while supporting Independent FIlmmakers, Artists and Entrepreneurs.

The Festival is sponsored by Queens Underground, First Central Savings Bank, the Southeast Scoop, Queens Events, Jamaica BID, the Greater Jamaica Merchants Association, King Manor Museum and Brooklyn Brewery.

Date: Saturday, December 18, 2021
Time: Noon - 6pm
Location: Kings Manor Museum, 150-03 Jamaica Avenue, Jamaica, NY 11432 
(White House inside of Rufus King Park)
Requirements: Masks must be worn at all times

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