Sometimes a certain curiosity can spark a change in direction.
“I stay open so people know I’m alive.”
“I remember feeling terrified of leaving the house.”
“Artists tend to cultivate community and culture from the inside, and this often brings about powerful ideas.”
The film is about loss and will consist of three vignettes.
The versatile event space at 64 Dobbin St. in Greenpoint will screen the critically acclaimed film Black Is King will proceeds benefiting social justice initiatives. Next Friday, October 9, Dobbin […]
Greenpoint used to have a bowling alley (other than the Gutter). Like many local businesses that run their course, the bowling alley eventually closed. But Greenpoint Bowl’s departure was not […]
Summer movies in city parks seem like a distant memory, but several new drive-in theaters have made communal viewing possible in the wake of COVID-19. Now, Greenpoint Film Festival is […]
After opening to widespread acclaim from the media in mid-June, Skyline Drive-In NYC (1 Oak St.) has come under criticism for screening two movies that feature characters in yellow and […]
New York City’s scariest film festival, FEARnyc, will conclude its 2019 festival tonight at Film Noir Cinema (122 Meserole Ave) with a tingly, sensational, and sneakily immersive screening. But who’s the man behind […]