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6.08.2008

CINEWOMEN SOIRE & UPCOMING INDIE FILM SCREENINGS


CineWomen and Friends cordially invites you to
their next...
CWNY SOIREE!

CWNY Soiree
Wednesday, 18 June Via Delle Zoccolette
95 Avenue A
(at 6th Street)
6-9pm
212-260-6660
Fabulous drink specials include:

$4 beer (including import and draft)
$5 wine (house Merlot Montepulciano, Chardonnay and Pinot Grigio)
and $6 premium drinks

Delicious hors d'oeuvres will also be served (gratis!)

No need to RSVP. As always, just show up, mix, mingle, and enjoy!

You don't have to be a CineWomen NY member to attend. You don't even have to be a woman. Come one - come all... film and television professionals and aficionados!

See you there!

For directions, please call: 212-260-6660.
ABOUT CINEWOMEN NY

For more information please visit www.cinewomenny.org.

Maria Pusateri
CineWomen NY Board Member
maria@dreamslate.net
516-729-7455

Director/Producer/Actor
Award-winning documentary "Vito After"
available on DVD at www.vitoafter.com

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"Brooklyn Matters," June 9th @ 7 p.m.,
P.S. United Methodist Church,
6th Avenue & 8th Street
The Park Slope Greens are hosting a free screening of
Isabel Hill's Atlantic Yards documentary
"Brooklyn Matters"
this coming Monday evening.

If you haven't yet seen this film, it's a highly illuminating look at what New York Magazine reporter Chris Smith has called the "chilling" "sophisticated political campaign" behind the Atlantic Yards project. It's especially relevant given the pro-Atlantic Yards "rally" staged by Forest City Ratner at Borough Hall this past Thursday -- the latest installment in the campaign to ram the project through. Running Time: 55 minutes

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"Lavender Lake: Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal"
Screening & Discussion
Friday, June 13th
7:30 p.m.
Spoke the Hub
295 Douglass Street (between 3rd & 4th Avenues)
$5 Suggested Donation
For info and reservations, please call (718) 408-3234 or visit www.spokethehub.org.

Filmmaker Alison Prete and "New York Matters"
"Lavender Lake: Brooklyn's Gowanus Canal."

Alison made the film in 2000, when development interest in the Gowanus Canal corridor was just beginning to pick up - and the flushing tunnel was undergoing repairs after years and years of inactivity. The film looks at what the promise of a new environment means to those who live and work in the Gowanus area, and portrays a community dreaming and battling over a new and suddenly desirable urban landscape - a battle that continues today.