The 14th annual Antimatter Film Festival is screening films by Marie Losier and Jaimz Asmundson, plus holding a Kerry Laitala retrospective and more.
Brian L. Frye
In Brian L. Frye’s A Reasonable Man, a Supreme Court justice invokes The French Connection while watching real-life car chase evidence.
The 23rd annual Onion City festival will screen a new feature by James Fotopoulos, plus films by the Brothers Quay, Paul Clipson and more.
Feb. 14: If you want an off-kilter way to spend Valentine’s Day in NYC, check out these great short experimental films at Anthology.
Feb. 5: Brooklyn’s Microscope Gallery hosts films by married filmmakers Penny Lane and Brian L. Frye, including an excerpt from Our Nixon.
Ed Halter and Thomas Beard have a new space in Brooklyn dedicated to film and video art called Light Industry. The opening event will include work by Kurt Kren.
This was an amazing introduction to the work of underground filmmaker Vanessa Renwick, whose films on outsider behavior are emotionally penetrating.