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The NYTVF was launched in 2005 as the industry’s first creative festival for television artists. A pioneer of the “independent television” movement, the Festival strives to construct a new and innovative path for program development. Where a film festival showcases completed works of art, competing for distribution and ready for the market, the NYTVF showcases ideas and talent, complementing the development process required for network, studio and branded entertainment development.

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NYTVF Schedule Announced, Tickets Available

The NYTVF announced the schedule highlights of its seventh annual New York Television Festival, including a Creative Keynote Conversation with Lost co-creator Damon Lindelof as well as primetime events from FOX, NBCUniversal, Logo and the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). The Festival's opening night comedy double-header will feature a red-carpet premiere of FOX's new animated comedy Allen Gregory, as well as the world premiere of comedian Marc Maron's indie pilot, based on his popular WTFcomedy podcast and starring Maron, Ken Jeong, and Ed Asner. A screening of NBC's hotly anticipated drama Prime Suspect, starring Maria Bello will bow on Wednesday, September 21.

Slated for September 20 through September 24 in Manhattan, the New York Television Festival will also include free public screenings of the 48 selections vying for honors in the NYTVF's 2011 Independent Pilot Competition as well as the fourth annual Digital Day (presented by long-time Festival sponsor MSN) and the ION Television-sponsored Development Day events. Industry gatherings hosted by the New York City Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment, the Hollywood Radio and Television Society (HRTS), the International Academy of Web Television (IAWTV) and the Writers Guild of America (WGA) round out the schedule. 2011 Festival events will take place at the School of Visual Arts (SVA) Theatre in Chelsea along with Tribeca Cinemas and 92YTribeca in lower Manhattan. Both Digital and Development Days, like many Festival events, are free to attend.

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