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Bed-Stuy »

World Record Pizza Box Collector, Pizzeria Tour Guide Stars in Documentary

"Scott's Pizza Tours" follows New York City's pizza expert and pizzeria tour guide, Scott Wiener.

Lower East Side »

Film Screening Highlights Senior-Led Walking Tour in the LES

The event will feature personal narratives by senior citizens who have lived in the Lower East Side.

Park Slope »

Drag Ball Added to Free 'Paris is Burning' Screening Following Criticism

The 1990 film portraying the city's ballroom community will be shown in Prospect Park on June 26.

Park Slope »

Prospect Park 'Paris is Burning' Screening Draws Online Criticism

A free showing of the 1990 documentary is part of the Celebrate Brooklyn! festival this summer.

East Village »

Short Film Encourages Viewers to Help #SavePunjabiDeli

A new short film calls on viewers to support a strugging East Village business impacted by construction.

Prospect Heights »

Documentary on Feminist Fireworks Display Coming to Brooklyn Museum

The screening of Judy Chicago's "Butterfly for Brooklyn" pyrotechnic display will take place April 9.

Central Harlem »

Legendary Documentary Filmmaker Albert Maysles Dies at 88

Maysles directed "Grey Gardens," and "Gimme Shelter." He founded the Maysles Cinema on Lenox Avenue.

Chelsea »

Watch Seniors Try Speed Dating in New Documentary

"The Age of Love" will show in Queens, Manhattan and The Bronx ahead of Valentine's Day.

Greenwich Village »

Angolan Death Metal Documentary Has New York City Premiere

"Death Metal Angola" documents the nascent metal scene in the African country. 

St. George »

Film About Hip-Hop Group Arrested Development to Screen on Staten Island

The documentary is called "Beautiful, United and Free: The Cultural Movement of Arrested Development."

East Williamsburg »

Spin-the-Bottle Diner Owner to Star in Road Trip Documentary

Chang Han's attempts to live out a rock and roll dream will be chronicled in "Sexy Enough for Chang."

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.