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‘Match’ point

Look out, Cannes! It was only last week that the Gotham Awards brought film superstars like Uma Thurman and Kyra Sedgwick to Brooklyn, yet the borough is already gearing up for another exciting cinematic celebration: the Brooklyn Heights Jewish Film Festival. Comment

Movie madness

Movie madness

Brooklyn’s own Steiner Studios provided the star-studded stage for the Gotham Awards on Tuesday night. The Independent Feature Project’s 17th annual gala bestowed the prizes for excellence in filmmaking. Comment

Reel culture

Reel culture

Park Slope’s Southpaw is the site for an intimate evening of film and literature with the Baumbach family. Comments (1)

The Lohan lowdown

In honor of the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s “Takeover” party on Nov. 3, which will feature live bands, beer and, most important, a Lohan retrospective — BAM will be screening “The Parent Trap,” “Freaky Friday,” “Mean Girls” and “I Know Who Killed Me” all in one night — GO Brooklyn has compiled a timeline of Lohan’s greatest achievements.  Comments (3)

Skin flick

On a recent rainy Friday afternoon, Windsor Terrace residents pressed their noses up to the glass entrance of Dr. Javier Zumaya’s dermatology office on Prospect Park West. No, there wasn’t a special on fruit acid peels. There was a movie being shot in Zumaya’s waiting room. Comment

Blood bath

Blood bath

Slopers go slasher with ‘Murder Party’ flick. Just in time for Halloween parties, this Williamsburg-based gore fest is released on DVD. Comment

Reel changes

Reel changes

Have online movie rentals killed the video store in Brooklyn? Comment

R.I.P.

A history of defunct devices. Comment

John’s song

John’s song

Turturro sings to GO Brooklyn about his new movie musical. Comment

Iran’s trans

The best of NewFest comes to BAM. Comment

Autumn ‘Frost’

Autumn ‘Frost’

Paul Auster takes another turn behind the camera. Comment

Paul’s picks

Paul’s picks

Giamatti picks films to screen at BAM, says, “I thought they were kidding!” Comment

Seoul’d out

Seoul’d out

The Korean Film Festival lands at BAM. Comment

Austen power

Austen power

Carroll Gardens native Hathaway has on-screen fun with Jane. Comment

Liz Garbus

Checkin’ in with: The Park Slope director talks to GO Brooklyn about her new film, “Coma.” Comments (1)

Ball pic

HBO’s new Dodger documentary hammers it home.  Comment

Pop doc

What does Adrian Grenier have to say about fatherhood? Comment

Yes we Cannes

GO Brooklyn heads to France to check in on DUMBO producers. Comment

Bob at BAM

Sundance comes back to Brooklyn, will its leader tag along? Comment

Popcorn culture

Popcorn culture

The Brooklyn International Film Festival enters its 10th year. Comment

Broken ‘Rules’

Broken ‘Rules’

New boro-based movies isn’t even playing here! Who are these guys? Comment

Reel life

Reel life

This year’s Tribeca Film Festival is heavy with Brooklyn talent. Comment

Quiet riot

Quiet riot

Silent film series at the Brooklyn Public Library has everyone talking. Comment

Rock stars

Rock stars

Bed-Stuy’s Chris Rock chats with GO about his new movie. Comment

Big screen

Jhumpa Lahiri jumps from the page to the silver screen. Comment

Kiddie Cannes

Kiddie Cannes

BAMKid’s ninth annual film festival arrives. Comment

Whose reality?

Brooklyn directors explore the reality of reality TV. Comment

Dirty movies

Dirty movies

“Pimps, Pigs and Prostitutes” all come to BAM. Comment

Unholy rollers

Gotham Girls Roller Derby, taking over a cinema near you! Comment

Music videos

Over a decade after their release, two great teen movies can finally be seen. Comment

Tony time

Bay Ridge filmmaker Tony De Nonno’s latest presentation was 400 years in the making. Comment

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