Back by popular demand, "My Brooklyn" will feature a second run at reRun Theater, located at 147 Front Street in Brooklyn, January 25 – February 3. Tickets will be available very soon at www.reruntheater.com and http://mybrooklynrerun.eventbrite.com.
All tickets will be sold online, and none at the door unless it’s not sold out. So get your tickets early to avoid any possible disappointment.
The following special guests are confirming for the new run at reRun Theater:
Friday, Jan. 25th (7:30pm)
Former State Committeeman Lincoln Restler and Director Kelly Anderosn will discuss how land use will figure in the upcoming elections – what might city politics look like in a post-Bloomberg era?
Saturday, Jan. 26 (12:45pm show)
Screening of short documentary “What Is the Community Board?” and discussion with filmmaker Tamara Gubernat and Stanley Gleaton from Community Board 10 in Harlem. They will speak about the role of community boards and the way zoning changes have affected Harlem and Downtown Brooklyn.
Monday, Jan. 28th (7:30pm show)
Graffiti Artist Blake Lethem (aka KEO and Lord Scotch) will be joining Director Kelly Anderson after the 7:30 screening on Monday, Jan. 28th for a conversation about hip hop culture at Fulton Mall during the 1980s and the impact of recent changes on the area’s cultural and artistic life.
Tuesday, Jan. 29th (7:30pm show)
Special guests from FUREE (Families United for Racial and Economic Equality) will give updates about the situation in Downtown Brooklyn and discuss their ongoing work to demand accountable development in the area.
Wednesday, Jan. 30 (7:30pm show)
Special guest Tom Angotti, author of New York for Sale: Community Planning Confronts Global Real Estate, will lead a discussion about how — even in the “real estate capital of the world” — communities can and have shaped their own futures.
Saturday, Feb. 2 (12:45 show)
Special guests from Good Jobs New York will talk about how they are working to break down the information barriers that have traditionally excluded average New Yorkers from the development process, and to ensure that subsidies go to projects that really benefit workers, taxpayers and communities.
Saturday, Feb. 2 (3:45pm and 7:30pm shows)
“Gentrification: What it is, and What it Isn’t” — M.I.T. Historian Craig Wilder, featured in My Brooklyn, will discuss how the redevelopment of Downtown Brooklyn fits into a larger and often invisible history of corporations, in concert with government policy, planning out the long-term future of neighborhoods.
Find tickets and showtimes at www.mybrooklynrerun.eventbrite.com