Maybe Ivanka Trump, ugh, will show up. We know she’s a Royal Tenenbaum’s fan. Tonight, you can check out Bottle Rocket: Anderson’s directorial debut Bottle Rocket, which stars Luke and Owen Wilson, screens Wednesday, August 10th, also at 6:00 p.m., 8:15 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
The mob movie stars Paul Sorvino and is shot throughout Williamsburg by a Williamsburg native — Bamonte’s, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, and the Giglio Festival are all featured. It premieres August 5th at Cinema Village: The flick, which follows a bank official from Williamsburg with ties to a local organized crime family, features […]
The film premieres on Friday April 15th at the Lower East Side’s Metrograph theater: Thirty years ago, South Williamsburg was known as “Los Sures,” a place imbued with vibrant life,
Syndicated opened last Friday on the Morgan stop in Bushwick. It’s a 50-seat theater that will host regular film screenings as well as screenings of special events including the Academy Awards and the premiere of the new X-Files. You can check out the full calendar here. Tonight, as a tribute to David Bowie, check out The Man […]
Clearly you need to see this: DISCK PICTURES is proud to announce that Mac DeMarco is one of the many talented members of the cast of our new feature film DARK PRISM. This will be his first acting role in a feature film. Starring castmembers also include SOFE COTE, SARA KAISER, CHANDANI SMITH, STEPHANIE DOMINI, […]
Boy did Gothamist hate this film, but we think it actually looks pretty funny. Plus much of it is filmed in Williamsburg. The satire is probably just too close to home for some. It’s out now on Demand. A comedy about Allie and Harper and their needlessly difficult journey to the beach. Fort Tilden: New […]
We know that Mad Men and Game of Thrones are back, but if you’re looking for a diversion that’s a little closer to home, check out “Summer of Blood” on Netflix. Bushwick Daily recommends it and the trailer is funny: Imagine a combination of the very playful What We Do In The Shadows and a […]
Greg Young of the Bowery Boys blog has a great post up about North Brooklyn in the late 70’s and early 80s. As part of a promotion for the upcoming film A Most Violent Year — which looks fascinating and is about New York’s most violent year, 1981 — he discusses the street gangs of […]
You might recognize a few local spots. The film, which opens in March, is getting some great advance buzz: If age is just a state of mind, then “While We’re Young” is the best kind of therapy a fortysomething starting to lose touch with the younger generation could hope for: Witty, articulate and reminiscent of […]
Just like last week’s offerings, and like next weekend’s are sure to be, it’s all blood, guts, and horror this weekend at the movies. To prep you for Halloween, screenings include visceral violence, found footage, and classic creepshows.