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The Last New Yorker

You're never too broke to fall in love.

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The Zookeeper

One Man Had The Courage To Do What Was Right

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Iscariot

Two Brothers - One Debt

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Every Other Day is Halloween

The True Story of Counts, Clowns and Captains!

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Evilution

A microscopic alien life form, which can possess the living and resurrects the dead, turns an unsuspecting lot of tenants into a zombie horde.

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Basement Jack

The lone survivor of a seven-day killing spree by seventeen year "Basement Jack" becomes a target after Jack's release from the institution.

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Fear of Fiction

Sigrid Anderssen (Oscar winner Melissa Leo) is a hot young novelist who clears writer's block by embarking on a surreal cross-country drive with identical twins (Sam Trammell HBO's True Blood).

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Silence Ca Tue! AKA Silence We Are Shooting!

When cinema becomes too real, a director goes too far in this banned bloody guerrilla style film!

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Craig

A little loneliness can be deadly.

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Gunheavy

More firepower than any other independent film!

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El Alambrista: The Fence Jumper

El Inmigrante Justiciero!

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Brave New York/Sway

A free form documentary video that loosely chronicles the last 12 years of intense change in the East Village.

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TV Party Sublimely Intolerable

Broadcast live from ETC Studios, January 8, 1979

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TV Party Color Show

Broadcast live from ETC Studios, June 13, 1982

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The Gods of Times Square

Documenting the religious fanatics, doomsday prophets, drug addicts, etc. during the process of Disneyfication.

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The Deadly Art of Survival

Charlie Ahearn's 1979 no-wave underground martial arts epic!

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Doin Time in Times Square

Charlie Ahearn's 1991 video journal through the window of his Times Square apartment.

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Fuzz: The Sound That Revolutionized The World

An in-depth look at the industry of noise making featuring Billy Gibbons, Jon Spencer, J. Mascis + more!

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Charlie Ahearn's Artist Portraits

A series of original videos on world renowned artists John Ahearn, Jane Dickson and more.

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Honeymoon

Honeymoon explores modern Japanese society through the prism of sexploitation and reality TV.