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5 NYC dancers respond to an ad offering big money to women for shaving their heads. The documentary focuses on Cori, a dancer whose unusual childhood comes into play as the women's relationship with the men evolves with surprising results.
What is the secret origin of Brooklyn-born Jonah, a self-proclaimed 'real-life warrior, adventurer and musician'? Steel yourselves for a quest to explore how this enigmatic personality came to be and the powerful effect he has on all those he meets.
Go beyond the octagon and dig deep into the mindset of MMA fighter Brendan Barrett's motivation, overcoming adversity, and the ability to push through the pain.
The story of America's first comedy club, Brooklyn's Crazy Country Club and its founder Lou Burdo. Rare footage from its nearly 50-year history and testimonials from Lou, staff, and patrons who were forever changed by this wonderful and crazy place. Directed by Dena Greenbaum.
Fancy Feast—a fat burlesque performer, sex educator, and winner of the 2016 Miss Coney Island pageant—discusses life as a “professional naked person” in New York City.
A metaphor of faceless immigrants who work in the shadows of American society.
This award-winning documentary is a collage of faces and landscapes, guided by 20-year-old punk rock musician Joey Running Crane of Montana's Blackfeet Reservation. Directed by Brooklyn's Matt Cascella. Best Short Doc, 2013 Art of Bklyn Film Festival
Pro boxing champ Heather "the Heat" Hardy was once an amateur, training at Brooklyn's iconic Gleason's Gym while struggling to make ends meet for her and her daughter. Directed by Angela Wong.
This award-winning documentary explores Peter Minshall’s leap from celebrated Mas designer in the Trinidad Carnival to an artistic director of the opening ceremonies for three Olympic Games. Directed by Brooklyn College alum Dalton Narine. "Stunning Visuals" – The Art of Bklyn Film Fest
The 19th-century history of Brooklyn's Dyker Heights neighborhood.
Mohammad is a store owner and taxi driver from Bangladesh who lives and works in Williamsburg. The film follows him during the overnight shift, and features his original song "Green Card," about the struggles of immigrant workers who have come to the US in hopes of a better life.
The story of Jazzsoon: Collector. Hustler. Brooklyn Native. Living for the Weekends. Directed by Ivan Cash. World Premiere: 2015 Art of Brooklyn Film Festival.
How the design of this Brooklyn recycling facility could transform NYC into a more sustainable city.
BROOKLYN ON DEMAND is produced by the
Art of Bklyn Film Festival
(AoBFF) a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to the art and culture of the entire borough of Brooklyn, NY.