Movie experiences were hard to come by in 2020 but as things open up in the city, more annual traditions are returning, including Movies with a View.
A recently released documentary follows the lives of three Brooklyn sisters who were launched into the spotlight after their 2016 wins at the Junior Olympics.
The Tribeca Film Festival begins Wednesday, and this year, the festival will be putting on free film screenings at parks all over the city, including at MetroTech Commons and in Marine Park.
Coney Island was transported back in time this week as stars of “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” took to the historic Riegelmann Boardwalk to film scenes for the show’s upcoming fourth season.
A rare bit of film gives a glimpse of something that once greeted generations of Brooklynites: a flock of sheep taking a springtime stroll through Prospect Park.
A new short film sheds light on how a Bedford-Stuyvesant mural painted last summer helped transform a bustling thoroughfare into a local gathering space — creating a long-lost sense of community.
This summer, because of concerns over the spread of COVID-19, the party was postponed.
Enjoy a lighthearted evening of film with a special lineup chosen by Brooklyn-based artist and filmmaker Tess Wagman.
Go down the rabbit hole of online history hunting in a new way with some Brooklyn-themed videos.
Brooklyn's parks get cinematic over the summer and this year there is something for everyone.