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Red Hook »

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

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

Upper West Side »

Upper West Side Takes Center Stage in Locally Set Film 'Putzel'

The film was shot entirely in the neighborhood by locals and is an homage to its character and charm.

Upper West Side »

Film Festival Promotes On-Screen Inclusiveness for People With Disabilities

The Reelabilities fest features 23 films showing at venues across the city through March 11.

Downtown Brooklyn »

Brooklyn District Attorney Ken Thompson Moonlighting in Movie Business

The DA invested in the film company of a director critical of the city's justice system.

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.

Greenpoint »

TV Shoot Illegally Dumps Water in Greenpoint Sewers, Locals Say

"The Knick" crew flouted laws by dumping water into sewers, residents said.

Crown Heights »

Fourth Annual Crown Heights Film Festival Spotlights Movie Music

The soundtrack takes center stage at this year's Crown Heights Film Festival, Oct. 21-26. 

Brooklyn Heights »

The Subway is One of Paul Giamatti's 'Favorite Things'

But the Oscar-nominated actor's passion has been lessened by the R train disruption.

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.

Navy Yard »

Steiner Studios to Build New Soundstages and Backlot in Brooklyn Navy Yard

Steiner Studios is the most sophisticated film complex outside of Hollywood, studio officials said.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Grad Chronicles His Coming-Out Process in Documentary

Alden Peters, 23, is making a movie about how he told his family and friends that he's gay.

Meatpacking District »

Guggenheim Needs Sleuths to ID Old Footage Shot in Meatpacking District

The 8 mm film shows truck traffic on cobblestone streets and a trash barrel fire.

Bed-Stuy »

Film Festival Celebrates Black Women in Bed-Stuy

The Women of African Descent Film Festival takes place each Friday in August.

Fort Greene »

BAM Salutes 50th Anniversary of March on Washington with 40 Films

The film series will present documentaries and dramas related to the civil rights movement.

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