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June 18, 2011

I Went To See “Battle For Brooklyn” This Weekend and You Should Too Because . . .

Noticing New York

I went to see “Battle For Brooklyn” this weekend, the new documentary about the Atlantic Yards Brooklyn debacle. Noticing New York readers should go see it this weekend, too. You should go because it is a good film and also because it is about crucial issues that need a great deal more public attention. If you and enough others see the film this weekend at the Cinema Village (22 West 12th Street in Greenwich Village) when attendance figures are being monitored the film will get wider play and those issues will get more of the attention they deserve.

If that is all the convincing you need then hurry out to see the film, bringing friends and we can all reconnoiter latter. If you need to hear more before you’re out the door with ticket price in hand then keep reading.


NoLandGrab: Better yet, do both: read all of Noticing New York's excellent appraisal, and go see the film this weekend! Show times and tickets here.

Posted by eric at June 18, 2011 2:00 PM