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This Manhattan Store Is Spotlighting an Indie Filmmaker

This Manhattan Store Is Spotlighting an Indie Filmmaker
In 1949, filmmaker Jonas Mekas moved from Lithuania to New York City, where he lived in a ramshackle house in Williamsburg. Two months later, the 27-year-old borrowed money to buy his first Bolex camera and started seeing movies every day. A little over a decade after that, his avant-garde film The…More »

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