Jerry McGill, the last American outlaw, is 70, three jail terms behind him and staring death in the face when he gets one last chance at musical immortality – will he take it, or will he go out in a blaze of guns, police, drugs and ragged glory?
“My brain makes drugs to keep me slow,
A hilarious joke for some dead pharaoh.
But now, not even the masons know,
What drug will keep night from coming.”
R.I.P. Beautiful Philip Seymour Hoffman
If the Brooklyn Film Festival is our area’s Sundance Film Festival, then the Greenpoint Film Festival is our Telluride Film Festival.
Now in it’s third year, the Greenpoint Film Festival 2013, has doubled in size and scope. The jury- selected films are arranged into these categories: Animation, Narrative, Documentary, Experimental, and Environmental.
Nitehawk Cinema brings its signature programming and inspired menus to the great outdoors with its FREE screening series in Havemeyer Park.
Final SummerScreen of the Season: The Never Ending Story!
Ten teams were challenged to create short films exploring the passage and continuity of time. The shorts will then be screened for guests and judged by a panel of experts from the filmmaking community.
The filmmaker has to engage the viewer somehow. Regrettably, with Dragon Girls there is a serious lack of engagement and nothing to care about.
Movies are about suspension of reality, well the best ones are. I can’t say that Francesca Gregorini’s film “Emanuel and the Truth About Fishes” is one of the best ones, but it is pretty damn good.