Don’t miss this EPIX screening of Roman Polanski’s seminal horror movie Rosemary’s Baby, this Thursday in Tompkins Square Park.
Head on over to Coney Island for the final screening of EPIX Free-For-All summer series, “How She Move.”
We spoke to codirector Tom Isler about love and relationships and how the two can be reconciled with life in a city like ours.
This week, the EPIX Movie Free-For-All takes us through adventures both fantastic and dangerous–and its completely free, so the risk is well worth taking.
Jack Goes Boating is the new movie from our friends at Overture Films and Big Beach. It is now open in New York City.
Kieran O’Hare speaks to Rooftop Films about 80 Billion Guys, his film about a man who gave up love because he couldn’t deal with a woman’s 80 billion past lovers.
Help me, indie folk-pop artist Charlene Kaye, and a group of talented NYC filmmakers make an epic music video for Charlene’s new single Mad Tom of Bedlam!
Rooftop Films speaks to filmmakers Penny Lane and Jessica Bardsley about their film “The Commoners,” about what happened when a rich eccentric brought Shakespeare’s birds to Central Park.
Lila Place, director of “Pool,” talks to us about the public pool as microcosm for New York City, and how sometimes following the rules is an essential part of having fun.
In “Prince/William,” director Keith Miller subtle weaves a complex story of race and class in the changing strata of New York neighborhoods out of a simple conversation between strangers.