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Film Screenings Return to Seward Park Library

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Seward Park Library (192 East Broadway) has announced the return of their free curated film screenings after a long hiatus due to the pandemic....

Jim Jarmusch Newsprint Collages Come to James Fuentes Gallery

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It turns out indie filmmaking icon Jim Jarmusch is also a visual artist who has been fascinated by newsprint since he was a small...

“Steal This City” Film Festival Comes to Community Gardens Sept. 9-12

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The Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space is teaming up with Loisaida Center and ABC No Rio to present a collection of films documenting activist-driven...

LES Film Festival Announces 2021 Winners

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The 11th Annual Lower East Side Film Festival recently wrapped its hybrid fest and has announced the winners. After being forced to present last...

Lower East Side Film Festival Announces Return to In-Person Festival at East Village Cinema

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The Lower East Side Film Festival has announced it will return to in-person screenings for their 2021 festival July 8 - 12. The festival...

Lower East Side Film Festival Hosts Romance at the Movies Trivia Night

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Our friends at the Lower East Side Film Festival are celebrating Valentine's Day early with "Romance at the Movies" Trivia Night on Wednesday, February...

Remembering Joan Micklin Silver, Director of “Hester Street” and “Crossing Delancey”

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A trailblazer for women in Hollywood, director Joan Micklin Silver, died this past week at her home in New York City at the age...

“Off Track Betty,” a Short Film About the Changing Lower East Side, Featured in...

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Here's another chance to catch "Off Track Betty," a short film we featured about the disappearing Lower East Side, which was shot before the Essex Crossing development began. Many of the locations used for the story no longer exist.

Sign Up Now For Free and Low Cost Virtual Animation Workshops (Sponsored)

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New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT) presents two exciting multi-day Virtual Animation Workshops, taught by acclaimed instructors from the New York Film Academy: Animation Modeling Class (for...

Lower East Side Film Fest Announces 2020 Jury Award Winners

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The 2020 Lower East Side Film Festival is coming to a close online and the jury has selected this year’s winners. Top honors went to Rachel Beth Anderson and Timothy Grucza’s “Unschooled,” a feature documentary that follows three inner-city high school students as they embark on

Poster House Sponsors Chinatown Video Series

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Poster House, a museum dedicated exclusively to posters, has closed its doors and rededicated itself to some virtual projects in response to the Coronavirus...

PS 124 Theater Club’s Young Performers Star in New Documentary

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The team behind "Curtain Up," a new documentary featuring elementary school students in the PS 124 Theater Club, is offering a community preview on December...

Bowery Film Festival Returns Next Week

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The 2019 Bowery Film Festival returns to the neighborhood for its 4th edition next week, November 19-21st. The lineup includes 41 Official Selections with 9 works made by African-American Filmmakers, 4 works by LGBTQ+ members and 7 films by, for and about the Latinx community.

David Lynch Debuts New Work at Sperone Westwater Gallery

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Sperone Westwater Gallery (257 Bowery) presents their first exhibition featuring new work by acclaimed filmmaker and master artist David Lynch beginning today. The show, "Squeaky Flies in the Mud," features paintings, works on paper, watercolors, lamp sculptures and furniture.

Metrograph Re-Releases “Downtown 81,” Starring Basquiat

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The Metrograph is releasing a new 35mm print of the fabled Edo Bertoglio film, "Downtown 81," featuring Jean-Michel Basquiat on a journey through the Lower East Side amid plenty of old school characters

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