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In preparation for the May 10th release of The Great Gatsby, New York has been going all-out to bring the 1920's spirit to life. From clothing collections, to drink specials, to events and parties, the city is bringing the glitz and glamour of the Prohibition era back, and we've rounded up a few ways that you can get in on the fun. Click through for a list of places you can check out to get into the Fitzgerald spirit.
You live in New York. You know better than to frequent restaurant chains for dinner, so you should know not to go to the same chain movie theaters either. Why not prepare for the Oscars by treating yourself to a completely different movie-watching experience? From the last original New York movie palace to a hole-in-the-wall documentary theater, there's always a reason to see a movie in style. Click through for six awesome theaters that are a spectacle in themselves!
The Internet is buzzing with how women rocked the Golden Globes and not just about how amazing they looked. “It was a great year for women,” Tina Fey announced at the Golden Globes, and there’s no better testament to that than her and Amy Poehler’s hilarious jobs as hosts. In the wake of such victories as “Brave,” the first Pixar film to feature a female protagonist, and the show “Girls” (I mean, come on), there is no better time to appreciate the fabulous females in entertainment. More»
With New York Fashion Week coming up next month, it's the perfect time to catch up on some of the best fashion documentaries. From interviews with the iconic Vogue editors to supermodels of the 1970's, these five films give the fashion enthusiast a look at what goes on behind the scenes in the fashion world.
You've spent your summer going on movie dates in the park, on rooftops, and in theaters. But how about taking the cinema to the streets of New York? We sifted through movie history, selected some of our favorite date scenes set in NYC, and sorted them by location (this time around, we're sticking to midtown sites) so that you can take a walk through movie romance. More»
Summer in Manhattan means free movies in various parks scattered throughout the city. We've compiled a list movies that will be screened throughout the summer by location so you can plan a night in the park enjoying screenings of fan favorites and movie classics with your closest friends and hundreds of strangers (we swear it's fun)! More»
The internet is obsessed with Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby, and the film doesn’t even come out until December. But the trailer, which was released this Tuesday, uncorked a serious bottle of cinematic champagne: fireworks, flappers, and Jazz Age decadence set to the soundtrack of Kanye West and Jack White. A tuxedo-ed Leonardo DiCaprio, who plays Jay Gatsby, was an added bonus. More»
It's Tribeca Film Festival time again, and starting tomorrow the biggest names in film will head to New York for two weeks of screenings, panels, and of course, parties. Ticket sales have begun, but there's still plenty of time to snag tickets to the most buzzed about films. You can get the most up-to-date information by following the Film Festival on Twitter, and you can join in the conversation using the hashtag #TFF. It's hard to know which events are worth going to, but we've put together a roundup of some of the most anticipated screenings of the week. You can also check out the complete official schedule HERE. More»
Tavi Gevinson, the wunderkind of fashion reporting and editor of the new teen mag Rookie, adds two more gold stars to her already stylish resume: acting and singing. This Sunday, the tween queen is set to sing Neil Young's "Heart of Gold" at The Standard East Village, promoting her first voice acting role in CADAVER, a short animated film starring Kathy Bates and Christopher Lloyd. We spoke with director Jonah Ansell about his upcoming film, working with Tavi, and his fondness for food and Chicago.
[Photo: Jonah Ansell, Tavi Gevinson] More»
Tuesday, May 21
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.