Growing up on the Jersey side in the mid-70s, my fascination with New York City was focused 100% on Greenwich Village. And since my world back then revolved 100% around music, the heart of the Village for me was Bleecker Street—home of night clubs like The Bitter End and Kenny’s Castaways and several old and musty and dusty used record stores. 605 more words
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On my second hot day in the city, I was finally visiting the Whitney Museum in its new location, next to the High Line. I had heard lots of good things about it, and other than sticker shock at the admission price ($25!—I can’t wait to become an official senior citizen!) I sucked it up and headed toward the Stuart Davis exhibit. 792 more words
With a script by playwright David Hare based on Deborah E. Lipstadt’s nonfiction book about Holocaust deniers, Mick Jackson’s upcoming drama called, appropriately enough, Denial… 177 more words
Though its title sounds vaguely sci-fi-ish, Sean Ellis’ Anthropoid is anything but fantasy, as this new trailer makes clear. With a tagline “Resistance has a code name” spelling things out pretty clearly, Anthropoid is based on the true story of a Czechoslovakian anti-facist operation during World War II. 120 more words
A trio of newbie distribution outfits — Bleecker Street, Broad Green Pictures and Saban Films — remain upbeat amid the profound changes percolating through Hollywood. 392 more words
Bleecker Street has set an awards-season release date of Sept. 30 for “Denial,” the courtroom drama starring Rachel Weisz and Timothy Spall.
Bleecker Street acquired North American rights at the American Film Market in November. 148 more words
Bleecker Street will open Mick Jackson’s Denial on September 30.
Denial follows Deborah E. Lipstadt’s (Rachel Weisz) legal crusade for historical truth against David Irving (Timothy Spall), who accused her of libel when she declared him a Holocaust denier. 109 more words