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The virtual film festival circuit rolls on, as last night the Tribeca Film Festival announced its jury awards via an online awards ceremony and today the Brooklyn Film Festival announced much of its programming for what will be a streaming version this summer. 

The Brooklyn Film Festival usually occurs at venues in Greenpoint and Williamsburg, but that obviously won’t be happening when the 23rd edition rolls out May 29 to June 7. Instead, over 140 films will be presented online. The good news is: Unlike, say, the Greenwich International Film Festival, which started yesterday and required a $175 “virtual pass,” the movies here can be screened for free so long as you register at Brooklyn Film Festival’s website. 

Despite the fest’s name, selections hail from all…

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