Don't miss the premiere of The Apollo, a new HBO documentary on the legacy and current impact of the legendary Harlem performance venue!
Mark the centennial of WWI at the premiere of "The Manhattan Front," an experimental and historical film about the labor movement in NYC during the war.
Catch a special screening of the 1948 film noir, Naked City, on the terrace of the Museum of the City of New York!
Albert Maysles, known for such doc's as 'Gimme Shelter' and 'Grey Gardens' opened a Documentary Center in Harlem in 2005 where he shares his love of film in a packed calendar of screenings, educational programs, workshops and internships.
https://vimeo.com/106068026 DEGA Films is a collection of Brooklyn filmmakers and street art enthusiasts who have been filming short documentary films
Steven Spielberg's newest film, a cold war drama, began production in Dumbo Brooklyn last weekend. Photos of the sets and cold war paraphernalia.
This fun clip that's being shared around social media lately is from the 1928 silent film Speedy, starring comedian Harold Lloyd and directed by Ted Wilde.
Orit Greenberg is a film location scout for Boardwalk Empire. In this Urban Profile, she shares the coolest places she's been and the challenges of the job.
Right at the beginning of Bedford Avenue in Greenpoint is the Film Noir Video Store, a small one-room shop that's been in business for nine years.
Steven Spielberg's film "Catch Me If You Can" brings up some unanswered questions about the TWA Terminal at JFK Airport as a backdrop for Leonardo DiCaprio.