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April, 2018


Back in the spotlight


Back in the spotlight

As the 1980’s rapper MC Shan once put it, the Bridge is where “stars are born.” Comment

Fashion in Film Festival comes to MOMI

The London-based Fashion in Film Festival is celebrating its 10th anniversary season at the Museum of the Moving Image. Comment

March, 2018

Did you ever wonder where fortune cookies came from? You may be interested to find out that those crispy little nuggets you break open were probably made in Blissville, a remote corner of Queens, which happens to have the world’s largest fortune cookie factory. Comments (2)

‘Cruise’ shines spotlight on 1980s Francis Lewis Boulevard

If you enjoyed “American Graffiti,” or grew up in Queens in the 1980s, or spent your teenage years cruising up and down Main Street, you’re bound to connect with “Cruise,” a nostalgic feature film coming out later this year. Comments (14)

‘Sure-Fire’ tells tale of New York City con-man

Keep your eyes peeled for this hilarious, upcoming crime comedy feature, “Sure-Fire.” Comments (5)

Film frenzy

It’s that time of the year again. Comment

‘Emerald City’ to debut at Queens College

No matter who you are and where you’re from, you’re bound to find meaning in the award-winning film “Emerald City,” which is making its borough debut in LeFrak Concert Hall at Queens College Wednesday, March 14, during a celebration of Irish music and dance. Comments (1)

ReelAbilities Film Festival heads to Queens

The Central Queens Y in Forest Hills announced the presentation of “ReelAbilities Film Festival,” an international array of films. Comment

February, 2018


Queens World Film Festival shines light on locally and globally-sourced independent films

If you’re looking for some big screen entertainment that’s exciting, shocking, endearing, repulsive, engaging and uplifting, grab your friends and stop by the Museum of the Moving Image and Kaufman Astoria Studios to check out the best independent film has to offer at the 2018 Queens World Film Festival. Comment

Bayside actress makes silver screen debut

The future looks brighter than ever for Bayside actress Elyse Price, who says 2018 “started off strong!” Comments (2)

January, 2018


Indiana Jones fan fiction film shoots in Bayside

A Queens native is bringing his filmmaking skills to the table to create a fan fiction addition to the Indiana Jones saga, a narrative that will take place in Alley Pond Park and revolve around the Queens Giant as the tree of life. Comments (1)


Do you know an immigrant in Queens who has made an impact on the community? Nominate a person who has made a difference for the 2018 Queens Ambassador Awards.

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