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Christmas, Again Directed by Charles Poekel December 3-9 at MoMA “They all end up on the curb eventually.” The melancholy of the holiday season in New York, so often an undercurrent of beloved media (and memories), is the explicit subject of Christmas, Again, a mood piece centered around a lonely man selling Christmas trees on the wintry, emptying sidewalks of Greenpoint. The microindie filmmaker and performer Kentucker Audley has the paradoxical gift of being able to project recessiveness,...
Funny Bunny Directed by Alison Bagnall November 13-19 at the Made in NY Media Center by IFP A tale of arrested development in a twilit suburb, Funny Bunny follows a trio of broken souls as they mope around—until they chance upon each other, at least, and then before they know it they’re not really moping around anymore. This uneven independent movie, funded partially via Kickstarter, is perhaps most remarkable for its exceedingly delicate tone, a sort of...
An intimate, hand-made film, Charles Poekel’s Christmas, Again has the sort of lovelorn sensibility that aligns with the previous century’s yuletide tales. At once highly specific to its Greenpoint location and readily accessible to just about any admirer of diligent character studies, Christmas concerns Noel (Kentuckey Audley), a lonesome Christmas tree salesman, who returns to Brooklyn for the holiday season following a breakup, all beautifully rendered by Sean Price Williams’ 16mm cinematography. When he...
NO. 3 Kentucker Audley Breakout Actor-Director, Tireless Supporter of Indie Film The New York film industry—one of the last cultural industries still centralized in Manhattan—is shifting across the East River. Actor and director Kentucker Audley’s move from Memphis to Ditmas Park just short of a year ago to “pursue acting in a more deliberate way” marks a vital addition to the borough’s still-emerging scene. As an increasingly prevalent player in small-budget American film, affirmed by his costarring...

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