DOC NYC Film Festival Begins This Week with ‘Attica,’ ‘Kurt Vonnegut,’ ‘Citizen Ashe,’ ‘DMX’ and Many More Ready for the Big Screen

By Gregory Crofton Now in its 12th year DOC NYC, a massive in-person and online documentary film festival, begins this week and will screen more than 120 feature-length docs from Nov. 10-28. The films will be shown in-person from Nov.…

80 Blocks from Tiffany’s

A lesson in what it took to make it on the streets of New York City in the 1970s. Director Gary Weis and writer John Bradshaw for Above Average Productions Inc.

The Confessions of Bernard Goetz

Bernhard Goetz, the “Subway Vigilante,” sparked nationwide controversy and debate in 1984 when he shot four men on a New York City subway train after he said that they tried to rob him.

‘Flyin’ Cut Sleeves’: Bronx Street Gangs from 1960s

“Flyin’ Cut Sleeves” presents alternating portrayals, from the past and the present, of former street gang presidents in the Bronx. The project grew out of the experiences of Rita Fecher, the film’s co-producer, who taught in a South Bronx school…

‘APPLE JUICE’— NYC Skateboarding

“Apple Juice” is an underground classic skateboarding documentary shot by Skate NYC locals from the late 80s early 90s. Skate NYC is a legendary skateboard store that was on Ave A and 9th St. in the East Village in NY…
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