Monday, March 2, 2015

Brooklyn-Documentary Screening of "Zipper" by Amy Nicholson - March 17th, 2015




 Brooklyn Documentary Screening of "Zipper" by Amy Nicholson March 17th, 2015.

A small-time ride operator and his beloved carnival contraption become casualties in the battle over the future of Coney Island.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015 At 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm.

Central Library, Info Commons Lab.  Located at Grand Army Plaza.

Thursday, January 22, 2015

2014 Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize Finalists Reading Event at St. Francis College


 2014 Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize Finalists Reading Event at
 St. Francis College

    Photo:St. Francis College

Laura Farrell, 2014 Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize finalist reading from her essay "Things Blur."



 


     Photo:St. Francis College

Michelle Cacho-Negrete,  2014 Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize finalist reading from her essay "Street Kid."






     Photo:St. Francis College


 Abigail Beshkin, 2014 Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize finalist reading from  her essay "Stopping by Brooklyn Industries on a Lonely Evening."



  Photo:St. Francis College
Phoenix Glass, 2014 Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize finalist reading from her essay "What Does God Want."

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Brooklyn Film & Arts Festival's Brooklyn-focused Documentaries Screening at Brooklyn Historical Society December 12th, 2014




Brooklyn Film & Arts Festival's Brooklyn-focused Documentaries Screening at Brooklyn Historical Society  - December 12th, 2014



 

Filmmakers Jon Alpert, Francesco Paciocco, Christine Noschese, and Corey Scott Rutledge discussing their films with the audience at "Forever Brooklyn" event at the Brooklyn Historical Society, December 12th, 2014.

Friday, December 12, 2014

Winner of the 2014 Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize



The winner of the 2014 Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize award is Mrs. Jeanine DeHoney for her story "A Broken Promise in Brooklyn." Mrs. Jeanine DeHoney also competed in the 2013 Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize program.




2014 Brooklyn Non-Fiction Prize Finalists



FUNemployment by  Whitney Van Laningham


Things Blurby Laura Farrell


“What Does God Want?” by Phoenix Glass


“Leaving (Brooklyn)”  by Josh Lefkowitz


"Sacred Books of Brooklyn" by Viva Hammer


“Street Kid” by Michelle Cacho-Negrete


The N Train” by William Boyle


Come Again Another Day”   by Judith Washington


Stopping by Brooklyn Industries on a Lonely Evening”   by Abigail Beshkin


“The Highs and Lows of Pablo’s Drum” by Shayla Love


Talking Brooklyn”  by Claudia Santino


Close Call” by Maria Bondanza


Brooklyn: Fractions That Make a Hole” by Nancy V. Rodriguez-Kolff


“ "How Jiminy Cricket Helped Me Even the Score With the Dodgers" by Bob Natiello



Charlie Ricardi Has To Hit Somebody” by Richard Vetere