A Rising Filmmaker's Powerful Drama "Stanhope" Presents a Violent, Beautiful Bushwick
The award-winning short film showcases Bushwick as a neighborhood and exhibits the great promise of the cast and crew alike.
Music Organization Wants to Give NYC Composers Studio Space and A Stipend in Bushwick
This fellowship will provide a lucky composer with six months of studio space at the Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council starting in January and a $2,500 stipend.
Bushwick Takes a Turn as an Alternate Reality in the New Dystopian Thriller "Diverge"
In "Diverge," a desperate husband returns from the future to his past in present-day Bushwick to fix his life.
End Your Week With This Gorgeous Music Video Celebrating Puerto Rican Bushwick
Street art, salsa, pitbulls, piraguas, homing pigeons and open fire hydrants: this music video captures it all beautifully.
Bushwick Party Kids Get Slashed in a New Indie Horror Movie
A movie set in a Bushwick party scene centers on a killer on a rampage and the two struggling arts who try are trying to identify the murderer.
An IRL "Internet Black Market" Will Return to Knockdown Center This Fall
"Internet Yami-Ichi" can be translated as "The Internet Black Market—" but since the word "yami" can also mean "sick for" or "addicted to," it could also be translated as "Internet Obsessive Market."