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AndrewAndrew’s Lo-Down Chow Down: The Metrograph

We sent AndrewAndrew to The Metrograph, our new art house cinema on Ludlow Street (just above Canal), for dinner and a movie. Here is their excellent review.

The Metrograph is Officially Up and Running (Rolling)

Here's a shot from earlier this afternoon: The Metrograph's opening day. The line was forming for their first public screening,

Borscht Belt Doc, “Welcome to Kutsher’s,” is Now Available

Local filmmakers Caroline Laskow and Ian Rosenberg's documentary, "Welcome to Kutsher's: The Last Catskills Resort," is now available on DVD, download and on-demand.

5th Annual Lower East Side Film Festival Wraps Up in Style

The Fifth Annual Lower East Side Film Festival wrapped up their 11-night run in typical wacky and wonderful fashion on Sunday night.

Arts Watch: L.E.S. Film Festival Gears Up For Year Five

We checked in with the Lower East Side Film Festival directors as they were preparing for their fifth annual extravaganza of screenings, panels and neighborhood shenanigans -- all in the name of celebrating independent film.

Arts Watch: Talking “Real” New York With Jim Gaffigan

We checked in with funnyman Jim Gaffigan while he was shooting a scene from his new series, The Jim Gaffigan Show, on location at the Bowery Ballroom this spring.

Lower East Side Film Festival Announces Full 2015 Lineup

The Lower East Side Film Festival has announced its full lineup for their upcoming array of screenings, local parties and industry events to be held June 11th - 21st. Heading into their fifth year, the unique festival occurs over...

Arts Watch: Local Doc “The Wolfpack” Will Screen at Tribeca Film Fest

The Wolfpack, a true story about six brothers kept locked up for most of their lives in a Lower East Side housing project, won the U.S. Documentary Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival in January. Now, it's...

Arts Watch: 37th Annual Asian International Film Festival Opens Tomorrow

The 37th annual Asian American International Film Festival (AAIFF) opens tomorrow and runs through August 2.  The fest screens films at a number of venues throughout Manhattan including the Museum of Chinese in America. The films are selected through...

Up Next at The L.E.S. Film Festival: Tough Love, Sci-Fi, Horror and More

The fourth annual L.E.S. Film Festival kicked off with a bang last Thursday night the Sunshine Cinema with their screening of The Sturgeon Queeens.
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