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Brooklyn Ice Cream Shop Helps War-Torn Rwandan Women Come Together

A new documentary looks at a Brooklyn ice cream shop that promoted peace in Rwanda.

Travis »

Fresh Kills' Evolution from Landfill to Park Examined in Documentary

A documentary tells the story of closing Fresh Kills landfill and turning it into a park.

New York City »

Actors, Artists Honor Chinese Dissident Ai Weiwei at Documentary Premiere

Alison Klayman's docu-pic on Ai Weiwei was screened for Todd Di Ciurcio, Lindsey Wixon and more.

New York City »

Calvin Klein Celebrates Supermodels, Heidi Klum Fetes Fashion Stars

From Midtown to Downtown, the city was filled with gorgeous women last night.

East Village »

LCD Soundsystem's 'Shut Up and Play the Hits' Draws Celebs to East Village

The documentary following the band's farewell concerts showed at Village East Cinema. 

Williamsburg »

Documentary 'Gut Renovation' Eyes Williamsburg's Real Estate Transformation

Su Friedrich filmed "Gut Renovation" while she lived through Williamsburg's 2005 rezoning.

East Village & Lower East Side »

HIV/AIDS-Ravaged East Village Music Scene Focus of Documentary

A musical documentary follows an East Village musican who lost her friends to HIV/AIDS. 

East Village & Lower East Side »

Alphabet City Film Festival Melds Movie Marathon With Pub Crawl

The first-time AlphaBet City Dolly Film Festival will feature a diverse offering of movies from independent filmmakers, and plenty of booze.

Chelsea & Hell's Kitchen »

Hell's Kitchen Park Offers Free Screening of 'Gasland'

A free screening of the hydrofracking documentary, "Gasland," will be held at Matthews Palmer Playground.

Manhattan »

Finnish Documentary Film Festival Coming Soon

DocPoint NYC showcases stories ranging from drug abuse in Lapland to home lives of ordinary Finns.

Manhattan »

Central Park Zoo Show Features Arctic Wildlife and Weather

Visitors to the Central Park Zoo can experience the lives of Arctic wildlife in 3D, with real snow.

Manhattan »

Olympic Documentarian and New York Native Bud Greenspan Dies

Bud Greenspan, the filmmaker who told the stories of Olympic athletes for more than six decades, died on Sunday.

Manhattan »

Village Filmmaker Shares ‘Paradise Deranged’ with Chelsea Seniors

Edith Stephen remembers sharing the Village with Pollock, Ginsberg and Warhol — now, her neighbors are luxury condos.

Manhattan »

New Film Chronicles John Lennon's Life in New York

"LENNONYC" premieres at the New York Film Festival.

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