The artisanal ice cream makers of Brooklyn's Blue Marble launched a nonprofit for female entrepreneurs.
"The New Public" is about the first four years of Brooklyn Community Arts and Media High School.
The waterfront film festival will be held on Oct. 12 and 13.
TriBeCa artist Maria Yoon explores marriage in her film "Maria the Korean Bride."
Filmmaker Andy Arrow, who lives in Cobble Hill, is screening his documentary "Mettle," July 28.
The beloved actor who grew up in the neighborhood recalls his favorite haunts, past and present.
Two local filmmakers' lives became intertwined with Joseph Loiacono's personal life and journey to jail.
Swiss filmmaker Christian Frei is looking for lovelorn men and women for his documentary.
An emergency-management consultant is making mini-documentaries about the hurricane's effect in Red Hook.
The multimedia performance "Your Day is My Night" will show at University Settlement this week.
A new documentary looks at a Brooklyn ice cream shop that promoted peace in Rwanda.
A documentary tells the story of closing Fresh Kills landfill and turning it into a park.
Alison Klayman's docu-pic on Ai Weiwei was screened for Todd Di Ciurcio, Lindsey Wixon and more.
From Midtown to Downtown, the city was filled with gorgeous women last night.
The documentary following the band's farewell concerts showed at Village East Cinema.
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