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Bushwick »

Film on Bushwick Man's Alleged Wrongful Conviction to Show at Festival

David McCallum's family still lives in the neighborhood where he was arrested 29 years ago at age 16.

Crown Heights »

Brooklyn Gay Bar That Opened in 1962 Highlighted in Documentary

The Starlite Lounge closed in 2010 after its building's landlord sold the space.

Brooklyn Heights »

Mets' 1986 World Series Win Celebrated in Movie by Brooklyn Filmmaker

"'86 Mets: The Movie" recalls the team's glory days, its director said.

Jackson Heights »

Award-Winning Documentarian Turns Lens on Jackson Heights

Documentarian Frederick Wiseman is currently working on a film about Jackson Heights.

Red Hook »

Red Hook Grad Launches Fundraising Campaign for Film on Transfer Schools

Stephanie Gaweda, 19, is hoping to raise $8,700 to support her film, "Dream Factories."

Red Hook »

Transfer School Graduate Seeks to Dispel 'Misconceptions' About Alma Mater

Stephanie Gaweda, 19, will begin shooting her documentary "Dream Factories" this summer.

Lower East Side »

Filmmaker Describes Growing Up in Former Synagogue, Factory and Distillery

Casimir Nozkowski made a short film about 70 Hester St., a former synagogue and raincoat factory.

Brooklyn Heights »

Women's Group Tries to Bring 'Girl Rising' Documentary to Brooklyn

The Brooklyn Women's Collective plans to screen "Girl Rising" through a Gathr campaign.

Red Hook »

Documentary Explores the Life of Sunny's Bar Owner

CUNY Professor James Reid will screen and discuss his documentary on Thursday.

Great Kills »

Filmmaker Raises Money for Documentary on Staten Island Talk Show Host

Brooklyn filmmaker KT Cappellini is filming a documentary about late night host Johnny P.

Bed-Stuy »

Sex, Muslims and NYPD Spying at Center of Bed-Stuy Film, Director Says

Bed-Stuy director Jay Dockendorf is raising funds to finish the film on Muslim communities in the area.

Prospect Heights »

Brooklyn Ice Cream Makers Featured in Film About Rwandan Entrepreneurs

The artisanal ice cream makers of Brooklyn's Blue Marble launched a nonprofit for female entrepreneurs.

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy High School Documentary to Air on PBS

"The New Public" is about the first four years of Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School.

Red Hook »

Hurricane Sandy Remembered at Sixth Annual Red Hook Film Festival

The waterfront film festival will be held on Oct. 12 and 13.

TriBeCa »

TriBeCa Artist Marries 50 Men in 50 States in New Documentary

TriBeCa artist Maria Yoon explores marriage in her film "Maria the Korean Bride."

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