‘First Call’ is About Drinking In Manhattan at 8 AM

A 50-minute documentary about people from Manhattan who liked to drink in bars during the morning. Most New York City bards during that era offered “first calls” ie. the bar opened and would/could serve you alcohol starting at 8 a.m.…

John Goodman’s Talks Acting in NYC

John Goodman talks to Sam Jones about how terrified he was when he first moved to New York City, and if he was drunk enough, how he’d go looking for a fight in Central Park. Want More Off Camera? http://offcamera.com

The Derby

A portrait of the disparate but connected worlds of workers and revelers at the fastest two minutes in sports, The Kentucky Derby. (Source: Vimeo) Director/Producer/Editor/Cinematographer: Remington Smith

Terminal Bar Documentary

This 2003 Sundance Jury Prize winner for short film explores the customers who frequented the Terminal Bar, a down-and-out watering hole in Times Square across the street from the Port Authority. Sheldon Nadelman, the bartender, shot over 1,500 black and…

Director of ‘CUTIE AND THE BOXER’ Talks Filmmaking on Bring Your Own Doc

“CUTIE AND THE BOXER,” a beautiful documentary about Brooklyn artists Ushio and Noriko Shinohara that have lived together in tumult, expression and flowering creativity for decades, is discussed during an interview with the film’s director Zachary Heinzerling. (Source: B.Y.O.D.).

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