Month: July 2011

Prof. Kelly Anderson’s “My Brooklyn”

Prof. Kelly Anderson’s My Brooklyn documentary is on Kickstarter.

My Brooklyn chronicles the dramatic changes that have occurred in Brooklyn over the past ten years, and shows how these changes are not natural, but fueled by public policy. The film documents how an obsession with upscale environments driven by the the Wall Street bubble is destroying the very economic, racial, and ethnic diversity and neighborhood character that have historically drawn many generations to the borough, and made it unique. This process has led to a fierce battle over the soul of the city, the themes of which resonate with urban communities across the county…read more on kickstarter.

IMA Student Alex Mallis’ screening

Alex Mallis’ three comedy shorts made at BK Summer Film Festival is screening at:

People’s Republic of Brooklyn
247 Smith Street in Carroll Gardens
Comedy Night
Short films: Mustache/Ping Pong/Physician
Wednesday, July 6th
8:30pm – Free