Concourse Art Foundation

Concourse Art Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides a platform for all artists, especially Bronx artists, hosting different festivals, each geared towards different artists mediums.

With our Film Festival and Comedy Festival already up and running, we’re working to extend our platforms with an upcoming Music Festival, Food Festival and Fashion Festival. 

We have already taken NYC by storm, local artists all over the city striving to be part of our next events. With local and state-wide news networks covering our events, we fight to give each artist the exposure they deserve. 


Concourse Comedy Festival

The Concourse Comedy Festival will showcase a buffet of comedy forms, with stand up comedians, ventriloquists, short films, videos, improv groups and live sketch comedy, we have something for everyone! 

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Filmmakers, social media comics and comedians! If you have a short film, comedic video or online sketch comedy clip, submit them HERE! Use this link. All who submit will be entered to win “Best Comedy Act” of 2019.  Who will win?!?!

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Concourse Film Festival

Concourse Film Festival highlights a profound collection of films, music videos, commercials and online content from Bronx filmmakers and visual artists all across the country. We strive to become the defining filmmaking platform for our Bronx filmmakers and all filmmakers alike.

The 2018 Concourse Film Festival started off with a BANG! With a number of different vendors offering food, drinks, deserts, and original merchandise, and possibly the biggest Red Carpet set up, doubling as a stage, guests were welcomed with live performances by Poet Cito Bangz, Hip Hop artist Chy Boogie and 15yr old music sensation, Jovonne Nieves. 

The main event featured films from seasoned veterans like Mo Zapata and his comedy horror “Aye Que Susto,” Jesse Ruuttila’s “The Smell,” and the break away hit from Bronx-Native filmmaker Marlee Liz and her documentary short film, “Silver Dreams.” 

The night ended with networking, fun, laughs, memories and the realization that filmmakers have a new home and its in the Bronx!

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