The strikingly delicate film, De Lo Mio, closed this year’s 11th annual BAMcinemaFest in Brooklyn last night.
On Wednesday, The Knockturnal was on the scene for a special BAM screening of “Black Panther” at Harvey Theater in Brooklyn.
Ryan Coogler takes the time out of his day to discuss his dad taking him to see movies as a kid, watching Spike Lee classics, and how it felt seeing a powerful black man on screen for the first time.
“Snowy Bing Bongs Across the North Star Combat Zone” is the kind of film words cannot possibly describe.
The esoteric director tells young aspiring filmmakers to adopt the Perry system of prolific filmmaking
Alex Ross Perry’s “Golden Exits” explores the self-loathing emotional complexities of a Brooklyn microcosm
Last night, co-stars Jenny Slate and Abby Quinn appeared at BAMCinemaFest 2017 for a special screening of their new film, ‘Landline.’ In the 1995-set film, they play sisters who suspect that their father is cheating on their mother, and do some detective work, while also dealing with their own respective lives. Before entering the Harvey Theater’s quaint auditorium, Slate and Quinn spoke about their characters, their on-screen relationship, and the unusual setting of the film’s story.
We had the opportunity to hit the premiere of the new Todd Solondz written/directed film Wiener-Dog, during the BAMCinemafest in Brooklyn. Read our review below.
Last night at the BAMcinemaFest the audience was treated to a night of laughs at the centerpiece screening of IFC’s Wiener Dog.
To kick off their annual cinema festival, the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) premiered ‘Little Men’ as their opening night film this past Wednesday.