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Kick Off Pride Weekend With ‘The Foxy Merkins’ at BAMCinemafest

Kick Off Pride Weekend With ‘The Foxy Merkins’ at BAMCinemafest

Fresh off the bus in New York City, Margaret embarks on a career as a lesbian prostitute, servicing upper-class Manhattanites under the tutelage of Jo, a straight and streetwise grifter with a knack for picking up women. Madeleine Olnek’s raucous buddy comedy and Independent Spirit Award nominee (co-written with the two stars, Lisa Haas and

New Restoration Of Manfred Kirchheimer’s Legendary NYC Film ‘Stations of the Elevated’ To Premiere At BAMCinemaFest

Artist Public Domain’s Cinema Conservancy, a New York-based non-profit production and distribution company is thrilled to announce the upcoming release of ‘Stations of the Elevated’ (1981), a 45-minute independent documentary directed, produced and edited by Manfred Kirchheimer, in a new restoration. Shot over the course of 1977 on lush 16mm color reversal stock, the film weaves together

Interview: Eleanor Burke & Ron Eyal (Directors – ‘Stranger Things’)

‘Stranger Things‘ is the story of an unexpected encounter which leads to a surprising friendship between a vulnerable young woman and a streetwise homeless man. It is set in a remote village on the south coast of England: a place where the usual suspicion and indifference of modern life exist, but where quiet and isolation

Slamdance Winner ‘Stranger Things’ Opens @ reRun Theater – Friday, April 5, 2013

‘Stranger Things‘ is the story of an unexpected encounter which leads to a surprising friendship between a vulnerable young woman and a streetwise homeless man. It is set in a remote village on the south coast of England: a place where the usual suspicion and indifference of modern life exist, but where quiet and isolation

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