Brooklyn On Demand Launches on Roku with the First Streaming Channel Dedicated to Brooklyn Indie Film and Media
Brooklyn On Demand brings Brooklyn-centric independent film and media to Roku with a free channel that's been seen over 12,000 times in its first week and earned a 5-star customer rating. BKOD has over 70 films, original series and bonus features. Most titles are free with purchases available a-la-carte. The streaming channel is produced and curated by The Art of Brooklyn Film Festival.
'Japanese photographer Hiroyuki Ito has been wandering the streets of New York City with his Leica for over two decades, capturing everything from Koko the Killer Clown at Coney Island to anonymous morning commuters on the Q. He recently self-published a new photobook, Brooklyn, that serves almost as a love letter to the borough. I asked him to write few words about what the place means to him and why he continues to photograph it.'
- Elizabeth Renstrom, VICE Photo Editor
Presentation: The New Normal: Audience Outreach, Grassroots Marketing, and The Rise of the Community-Driven Film Distribution
Join Caitlin Boyle, founder of New York-based grassroots distribution firm, Film Sprout, in a presentation about how filmmakers can apply best practices in audience cultivation, grassroots outreach, and localized marketing.
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Exploring the nooks (and also crannies) of the Southern Brooklyn of yore in KC van Sandt's interactive Facebook Scrapbook
Art of Brooklyn co-founder Anthony DeVito recently came across a Facebook group that posts photos of the (quite large) parts of Kings County that don’t get much attention online.
The Southern Brooklyn Scrapbook never ceases to amaze Anthony (born and raised in Southern Brooklyn himself) with its obscure images and lively discussions, so he got in touch with creator K C van Sandt, who had a lot to say about his enthusiasm for Brooklyn, what counts as 'real' history, and the challenges involved in curating a public group online.
Award-winning indie films Guest House, Milk & Honey and Universal Language now streaming worldwide on Brooklyn On Demand
Brooklyn On Demand, the only streaming platform exclusively dedicated to Brooklyn-centric films and media, has added more great indies to its ever-growing slate of Free and Premium Titles: Guest House, Milk & Honey and Universal Language.