Description: The New York City Drone Film Festival, in partnership with AirVuz, announced late last week that this year’s festival will be a digital experience. The festival was originally scheduled for July 25-26, but is being transitioned to an online format for 2020 due to safety concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The new date of the NYCDFF is October 24, 2020. The festival will still boast the best drone films in the world, which will now be available to view online. Additionally, presentations from a variety of experts and professionals in the drone industry will be made available for online viewing. “We decided to go all digital," said NYCDFF founder and director Randy Scott Slavin. "We’re going to have a kick-ass show for you full of the best drone films in the world, as usual. We’re going to have amazing drone celebrity guests that are going to be a part of the show. We’re going to have some amazing classes. We’re going to do a digital Day of Drones. And all that content will be available online.” AirVuz acquired the New York City Drone Film Festival earlier this year. The sixth annual festival was scheduled to take place at the Liberty Science Center in Jersey City, New Jersey. All films uploaded to AirVuz.com are eligible to be selected. The new submission deadline is August 8.