Author of "The Nazi Hunters", Andrew Nagorski, joins us for a post-screening discussion following "The People vs. Fritz Bauer"
Join us Wednesday, June 22 as we screen Norman Lear: Just Another Version of you with VERY special guests Norman Lear and his daughter, Kate. This film kicks off a summer of incredible films in our Furman Film Series. Subscribe today to save!
Enter to win two tickets to see Born to Be Blue at Bow Tie Roslyn Cinemas, courtesy of IFC Films!
It's been an incredible year at GCIFF! From record-breaking attendance at the film festival in November, to illuminating film screenings and conversations year-round, we look back at some our our highlights from 2015.
The 2015-2016 Awards Season has begun, and we're proud to have brought many of this year's contenders to Long Island audiences FIRST! Here's a list of award-winners and nominees, to be updated throughout the season.
The Fifth Annual Gold Coast International Film Festival is celebrating the work of Great Neck native and Academy Award-nominated, Emmy Award-winning filmmaker R.J. Cutler. Join us for retrospective screenings of his acclaimed films, culminating in a special screening of his latest film Listen to Me Marlon at the film festival in November.
Fifth Anniversary Festival Spotlighted Award-Winning Films and Hollywood’s Best with Movies and Events from November 9–15, 2015.
Fifth Anniversary Festival Spotlights Award-Winning Films and Hollywood’s Best with Films and Events from November 9 – 15, 2015
In 1995, when Regina Gil first founded the Gold Coast Arts Center (then called the Great Neck Arts Center), our mission was to promote and support the arts. The art of Film has always held a prominent place alongside Art, Music, Dance and Theater.
For The Second Year In A Row, Great Neck’s Gold Coast Arts Center and Film Festival Have Been Voted Best on the North Shore in both categories by the community through an online competition held by local media outlet, Blank Slate Media.