The Brooklyn Academy of Music’s annual festival of American independent film is celebrating its 10th year with a new program.
Eight short films produced by 11 documentary filmmakers will screen in the park, with a break in between for food and music.
On May 8, a selection of rare films from the private collection of African American cinema pioneer Pearl Bowser will screen in Brooklyn.
'A Look Back at Colorism: A Screening Series,' opens on Sunday, April 8 with Brooklyn native Spike Lee's 1988 film 'School Daze.'
The film will screen at the Alamo Drafthouse in Downtown Brooklyn on March 14, not far from where it was shot.
Crews were spotted in Brooklyn Heights this morning, getting ready to film scenes for the adaptation of Jonathan Lethem's novel "Motherless Brooklyn."
You may see more than the usual number of people sporting afros, bell bottoms and other '70s fashions in the Heights this week.
Did you know that Brooklyn had a professional hockey team decades ago?
An evening of documentary films at the Brooklyn Historical Society with director Ric Burns will showcase the borough's past and present.
Filmmaker Amy Nicholson chronicles the struggle to preserve Coney Island’s carnival roots in the face of redevelopment in a documentary on one of its last old-school rides, the Zipper. “Zipper: Coney Island’s Last Wild Ride,” which debuts on television tonight on PBS after a theatrical run last year, focuses on the ride’s operator, Eddie Miranda, and how the city’s redevelopment plan affects his livelihood.
In interviews with developers, city officials and local activists, Nicholson wonders whether the new mayor will uphold the Bloomberg administration’s promise to build affordable housing in Coney. The film airs at 10 pm tonight on WNET 13.
Image via Zipper