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.
One PM Central Standard Time, a documentary about the newscast announcing JFK's assassination, transformed a classroom in the General Society into the CBS Newsroom.
Inside Out: The People’s Art Project, a documentary about French artist JR and his participatory art project, is set to
Artist T.J. Wilcox took a day's worth of time-lapse panoramic shots taken from his Union Square apartment and condensed it into a 30 minute film, In the Air.
In New York City, the 2013 Architecture & Design Film Festival will be hosted by Tribeca Cinemas from October 16 to October 20. Tickets on sale October 1st.
With Labor Day around the corner, catch the last few screenings of The Fun City Series at the Museum of Moving Image this weekend.
The documentary about Dîner en Blanc: the world’s largest pop-up dinner Party which originated in Paris is now available online.
Rising From Ashes is a documentary chronicles the founding, building of Team Rwanda and the fight to qualify for the Olympics. The film shows in NYC Aug. 2nd.
This rare black and white footage taken inside the New York subway system was taken in 1905, seven months after the opening of the metro system in October 1904.
Cinemacity is your ultimate guide to Parisian film locations. The app allows you to search for them in many ways and also guides you along themed Cinewalks.