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'Very little oversight, too much alcohol, whistles blowing, people screaming, motors running — it was an energy. You knew you were jumping into the fire pit.'
Free Time is premiering at NYFF, and will feature 16mm black-and-white footage shot by Manfred Kirchheimer and Walter Hess, showing New Yorkers (mostly) at ease and relaxing.
The 2017 film has been called 'pure cinematic pleasure.'
Through archival and home movie footage, testimonials from retired FDNY firefighters and brass, as well as Bronx historians, the new documentary confronts the racially charged stereotypes that dehumanized residents of the South Bronx in the 1970's.
The black-and-white film is about a father reckoning with his underage daughter dating a much-older legendary director.
What happens when you combine every mafia movie cliche in history, a behind-the-scenes trainwreck of a production, and John Travolta's predilection for cartoonish wigs?
Texas secedes from America, and 'Bushwick' runs with that premise like a man on fire running through an eerily abandoned subway station.
The true story of Martin Couney, who saved thousands of babies with his exhibit at Coney Island in the early 1900s, is being adapted for film.
You will leave the theater feeling lovely, dammit, and if you don't, those hundreds of thousands of cats will come for you.
Strap in for the most emotionally resonant movie trailer in all of human history that also happens to include The Rock picking up a giant nuke and hurling it toward some bad guys.
Featuring Jason Segel, Rooney Mara, Robert Redford, and the afterlife
In the years since Jackman has played Wolverine, we've gotten two Supermen (four if you count TV), two Batmen, two different sets of X-Men, and three different Spider-Men.
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