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Lincoln Square »

Where to Watch Classic and Favorite Films in NYC This Week

"Hiroshima Mon Amour" and "Alien" are just two of the films coming back to the big screen this week.

Hunts Point »

Concert Hall, Music Store To Be Featured on South Bronx Culture Trail

Spots featured on the walkway include Casita Maria, Hunts Point Palace and the Olympic Theater.

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.

Lower East Side »

'Black Swan' Director Darren Aronofsky to Speak at New Museum

Darren Aronofsky will discuss his work Sept. 30 as part of the museum's Stuart Regen Visionaries Series.

Upper West Side »

John Waters Retrospective at Lincoln Center Features Scratch-and-Sniff Card

The Film Society of Lincoln Center is honoring the director on the 50th anniversary of his first film. 

Bed-Stuy »

Bed-Stuy Director Tapped to Tour Italy as Part of Film Festival

Dominga Martin will spend 75 days traveling 10 Italian regions for the CinemadeMare film festival.

St. George »

Staten Island Ready for its Close-Up as Boro Prez Pushes for Film Shoots

Shows including "Girls" and movies like "School of Rock" have already used Staten Island for sets.

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.

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. 

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