The Underground Film Journal’s 2011 Movie of the Year pick is Usama Alshaibi’s Profane, a spectacular triumph of uncompromising vision, extreme daring and intimate personal expression.
Battle for Brooklyn, the epic documentary by Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley, has made the Oscar doc shortlist for 2011.
First reported by Develop Don’t Destroy Brooklyn, the documentary Battle for Brooklyn was the 5th best movie of this past weekend, based on a per screen average. The film made a weekend gross of $11,141 playing at just one theater, Cinema Village, in NYC. These figures were derived from the website Box Office Mojo. The […]
Battle for Brooklyn, the new documentary by Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley, is opening today, June 17, in two theaters in New York City.
Battle for Brooklyn is the powerful new documentary by Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley about one man’s fight to keep his home.
The monumental 18th annual Chicago Underground Film Festival will screen films by Usama Alshaibi, Jeff Krulik, Marie Losier, and more.
This documentary features songwriter/singer Lee Hazlewood discussing the film Nancy & Lee in Las Vegas, starring Nancy Sinatra and himself.
I’ve uncovered two films that screened at the 2nd annual New York Underground Film Festival: Cracking Up and Dirty Money.
Battle of Brooklyn is a documentary that is trying to raise completion funds through the fundraising site Kickstarter.
Here’s a list of films from the 2000-02 New York and Chicago Underground Film Festivals that were released on DVD, like Plaster Caster and Horns and Halos.