The screening of Judy Chicago's "Butterfly for Brooklyn" pyrotechnic display will take place April 9.
Maysles directed "Grey Gardens," and "Gimme Shelter." He founded the Maysles Cinema on Lenox Avenue.
"The Age of Love" will show in Queens, Manhattan and The Bronx ahead of Valentine's Day.
"Death Metal Angola" documents the nascent metal scene in the African country.
The documentary is called "Beautiful, United and Free: The Cultural Movement of Arrested Development."
Chang Han's attempts to live out a rock and roll dream will be chronicled in "Sexy Enough for Chang."
David McCallum's family still lives in the neighborhood where he was arrested 29 years ago at age 16.
The Starlite Lounge closed in 2010 after its building's landlord sold the space.
"'86 Mets: The Movie" recalls the team's glory days, its director said.
Documentarian Frederick Wiseman is currently working on a film about Jackson Heights.
Stephanie Gaweda, 19, is hoping to raise $8,700 to support her film, "Dream Factories."
Stephanie Gaweda, 19, will begin shooting her documentary "Dream Factories" this summer.
Casimir Nozkowski made a short film about 70 Hester St., a former synagogue and raincoat factory.
The Brooklyn Women's Collective plans to screen "Girl Rising" through a Gathr campaign.
CUNY Professor James Reid will screen and discuss his documentary on Thursday.
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