June 7, 2011
June 9th: Battle for Brooklyn to Screen in Fort Greene Park, Steps Away Ratner's Folly
Develop Don't Destroy Brooklyn
This Thursday Rooftop Films brings Battle for Brooklyn outdoors to Fort Greene Park, just blocks away from Ratner-Bloomberg-Markowitz-Pataki-Spitzer-Schumer-Paterson's disaster in progress. Details follow:
Thursday, June 9th
9:00PM Film Begins
Live performance at 8:30 by Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Gospel Choir
No admission for this show. More information at:
The Myrtle Avenue Hill in Ft. Greene Park, Myrtle and N. Portland, Fort Greene, Brooklyn, NY 11205
Enter the park at Myrtle and N. Portland and walk up the path.
Subway: G to Fulton, C to Lafayette, 2,3,4,5 to Nevins or B,M,Q, R to Dekalb
Overlooked or Ignored, THE BATTLE FOR BROOKLYN: 90 Minute Documentary Film
Go see the film THE BATTLE FOR BROOKLYN. It is powerful and it does star my son Daniel. Wish he was just an actor and the film a fictional story. But this is unfortunately a real story of 7+ years, the misuse of Eminent Domain which brought great pain and misery to so very many.
Historic Districts Council, Atlantic Yards Film to Debut in Manhattan
The film is essential viewing for experts and laypeople on the issues of urban planning, eminent domain and community organizing. At the same time it has vast popular appeal as it focuses on the activists at the center of the opposition and the life changes they encounter while challenging the project on various fronts.
Battle for Brooklyn will make its theatrical debut starting June 17th at Cinema Village in Manhattan. If it does well that opening weekend, the film will be booked all over the country and the story, and lessons from it, will be viewed by a wide audience.
Posted by eric at June 7, 2011 12:48 PM