Thursday, March 3, 2011

Brooklyn DIY Film Anthology March 9th

"Brooklyn DIY" will be screening at Anthology Film Archives, March 09 at 8.15 pm.
32 Second Avenue (at 2nd St.)
New York, NY 10003 USA
Q&A after the movie.

NewFilmmakers travels to Williamsburg.

Marcin Ramocki
2009, 75 minutes, video.
A long-overdue examination of the creative renaissance in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
Edit: Jessie Stead
Cinematography: Lalo Molina
Associate Producers: Carlton Bright, Jason Roque
Assistant Director: Jessie Stead
Production Assistants: Zoe Willoughby, Jenine Orzechowski
Sound Mix: Chris Burke

Featuring interviews with: Joe Amrhein, Daniel Aycock, Mike Ballou, Ken Butler, Don Carroll, Lauren Cornell, Ebon Fisher, Matt Freedman & Jude Talllichet, Jillian Mcdonald, Aron Namenwirth & Nancy Horowitz, Sarah Schmerler, Ward Shelley, Amy Sillman, Becky Smith, Larry Tee, Conrad Ventur and Eric Z.

Special appearances by: Medea, Gene Pool, Adam Simon, Brian & Leon Dewan, Brian Conley, Charles Beronio, Mike Smith, Lexy Grey, Golden Triangle, Tim Spelios and many more.
Ramocki’s film captures life in a utopian universe made by artists, for artists, with its inevitable decline in the face of real-estate development, gentrification, and the post-September-11 market collapse.

–Wednesday, March 9, Feature Presentation at 8:15.


About Anthology Film Archives: Founded in 1970, Anthology's mission is to preserve, exhibit, and promote public and scholarly understanding of independent, classic, and avant-gardecinema. Anthology screens more than 900 film and video programs per year, publishes books and catalogs annually, and has preserved more than 800 films to date.

Directions: Anthology is at 32 Second Ave. at 2nd St. Subway: F to 2nd Ave; 6 to Bleecker. Tickets: $9 general; $8 Essential Cinema (free for members); $7 for students, seniors, & children (12 & under); $6 AFA members.


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