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Crown Heights: A local projectionist and animation archivist will show off his horde of ancient holiday-themed cartoons on Dec. 21. Comment
Crown Heights: A local projectionist and animation archivist will show off his horde of ancient holiday-themed cartoons on Dec. 21. Comment

Celebrated Brooklyn film finally gets borough premiere

Fort Greene: A hit on the underground film fest circuit, Brooklyn-based dramedy “See You Next Tuesday” finally gets a local screening. Comment

Celebrated Brooklyn film finally gets borough premiere

Fort Greene: A hit on the underground film fest circuit, Brooklyn-based dramedy “See You Next Tuesday” finally gets a local screening. Comment

Shhh! Cemetery celebrates its silent film-star residents with spirited screening

Greenwood Heights: The stars of Green-Wood Cemetery’s “Silent Night” film screening will not be able to attend in person — but they will be there in spirit. Comment

Shhh! Cemetery celebrates its silent-film-star residents with spirited screening

Greenwood Heights: The stars of Green-Wood Cemetery’s “Silent Night” film screening will not be able to attend in person — but they will be there in spirit. Comments (3)
Williamsburg: The Philip K. Dick Sci-Fi Film Fest is going to look surprisingly antiquated this year, with a collection of old-fashioned contraptions and curiosities. Comments (1)
Williamsburg: The Philip K. Dick Sci-Fi Film Fest is going to look surprisingly antiquated this year, with a collection of old-fashioned contraptions and curiosities. Comment
Williamsburg: It will be a diplomatic summit of wild proportions when New York’s top wolf ambassador visits Videology in Williamburg. Comments (2)
Williamsburg: It will be a diplomatic summit of wild proportions when New York’s top wolf ambassador visits Videology in Williamburg. Comment

Riot act: Brooklyn filmmaker profiles riot grrrl Kathleen Hanna in new doco

Williamsburg: New documentary “The Punk Singer” celebrates a feminist punk rock icon. Comment

Quick flicks: Williamsburg theater debuts short film fest

Williamsburg: Nitehawk Cinema will kick off its first-ever shorts festival on Nov. 21. Comment

Indie power

Williamsburg: Festival aims to level the playing field for filmmakers. Comment

Grindhouse films

Fort Greene: BAM cinema presents film series about skateboard culture. Comment

Is skateboarding a crime?

Fort Greene: BAM’s film series about skateboarding culture get its name from a laptop sticker slogan, “Skateboarding is Not a Crime.” Comments (25)

He’s a big tipper

He’s a big tipper

Williamsburg: Clueless film detective gives advice in a web series. Comment

Marching to history

Fort Greene: Through a new two-week film series, BAMcinematek is tracing the history of one of our country’s hottest, most consequential summers. Comment

Twilight with torque

Twilight with torque

A modern tribute to the cult classic “The Warriors” put a Coney Island filmmaker in touch with actors from the original. Together, they made a movie about vampire bikers. Comments (3)

Striking a pose

Fort Greene: New documentary at BAM tells story behind famous photos that defined a generation. Comments (2)

Cartoon characters

Cartoon characters

Beavis and Butt-head meet Felix the Cat at this upcoming animation festival. Comments (1)

Don’t take the garbage

One man’s trash is another man’s treasure — though not legally. Comments (8)

Dinner and a gay movie

Williamsburg: Thursday night is gay movie night at La Gringa Taqueria. Comments (1)

Gender rollers!

Brooklyn Heights: It takes a real man to hit like a girl. Comments (1)
Park Slope: Who needs Dolby digital? Comment

Gentri-film-cation: Brooklyn’s filmmakers turn the lens on development

Brooklyn’s thriving community of filmmakers has discovered it needs to look no further than the surrounding blocks to find a good story. Comments (1)

Spider-Mensch! Movie crew makes parking concession during Passover

Williamsburg: The makers of the “Amazing Spider-Man 2” came to their Spidey senses and promised to mitigate their impact on parking in South Williamsburg during Passover. Comments (4)

Wild ride — new documentary takes viewers through tangled Coney revitalization process

Will Bredderman: So, congratulations on the film finally opening — but why not in Brooklyn? Comments (3)
Williamsburg: Nothing says “I love you” like tacos and dual suicide. Comments (10)
Williamsburg: To help remind us that “it’s always something,” Williamsburg screening room Videology will show a retrospective of comedian Gilda Radner’s work from her Saturday Night Live days during the 1970s and 1980s. Comments (3)
Throw some gefilte fish on the barbie! Comments (1)

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