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‘Two Plains & a Fancy’: Film Review

'Two Plains & a Fancy,' Lev Kalman and Whitney Horn's "spa western," is a wellspring of peculiarity.

‘Chained for Life’: Film Review

An actress becomes unhinged — and enlightened? — in Aaron Schimberg's knotty meta-melodrama 'Chained for Life.'

‘En el Septimo Dia’: Film Review

'Our Song' director Jim McKay's first feature in a dozen years is a Brooklyn-set comedy about a group of Mexican immigrants, their jobs and, not least, their soccer team.

‘Henry Gamble’s Birthday Party’: Film Review

A 17-year-old boy comes to grips with his sexuality during an emotionally charged birthday party in this film written and directed by Stephen Cone.

‘A Woman Like Me’: Film Review

Alex Sichel and Elizabeth Giamatti's hybrid film blends documentary and fiction to depict Sichel's struggle with terminal breast cancer

‘Stinking Heaven’: Film Review

Indie filmmaker Nathan Silver's latest effort depicts the growing tensions within a commune for recovering addicts in suburban New Jersey

‘Here Come the Videofreex’: Film Review

Jenny Raskin and Jon Nealon's documentary recounts the story of a pioneering collective of video journalists who were the forerunners of public access television and the modern internet news era.

David Foster Wallace Film ‘The End of the Tour’ to Open BAMcinemaFest 2015

The Brooklyn-set indie film fest will also feature Alex Ross Perry's 'Queen of Earth' starring Elisabeth Moss and Katherine Waterston, and Sean Baker's 'Tangerine,' executive produced by Mark and Jay Duplass.

Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd Talk Mocking Romantic Comedies at ‘They Came Together’ NY Premiere

The duo reunited with director David Wain and co-star Ellie Kemper at BAMcinemaFest to poke fun at other New York movie cliches and deliver several unscripted funny moments at a post-screening Q&A in a packed theater Monday night.

Richard Linklater’s ‘Boyhood’ Opens Sixth Annual BAMcinemaFest in Brooklyn

The coming-of-age tour de force opened the Brooklyn Academy of Music's annual showcase of independent film.

Tchoupitoulas: BAMcinemaFest Review

Bill and Turner Ross' film follows three African-American brothers navigating one night of New Orleans' nightlife.

The Machine That Kills Bad People: BAMcinemaFest Review

The Brooklyn Academy of Music brings obscure Rossellini comedy to the U.S.