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TNT joined forces with Little Cinema for a new immersive, cinematic show that brings to life content from premiere episodes of TNT’s new original summer series – Animal Kingdom , Claws and Will. We caught up with Jay Rinsky, the founder of Little Cinema, at the House of Yes to chat with him about the experience: Q: Little Cinema has redefined the way people experience film and expanded their expectations of storytelling. How did you get started on...
The term “nightlife” can get a bad rap—at least when it involves velvet ropes, bottle service, and black-out drunkenness. But Kae Burke and Anya Sapozhnikova, artists, performers, and co-founders of House of Yes in Bushwick provide an inestimably relieving and straight-up exciting alternative to all of that. Sapozhnikova and Burke met at 16 and bonded over an interest in performance art and forming a community around it. Nightlife, they felt—and feel—should be about acceptance of ourselves...
“I’ve never done K, but I’m always with people who are doing it,” said the girl behind me at House of Yes last night. She was shaved bald except for a long tuft in the back, wearing a tie-dye shirt and talking to a skinny boy in a half-open military shirt. Behind them floated two girls in head-to-toe black, linked by a chain that hung from matching chokers around their necks, looking somehow naked...
New York is a funny place. People come to pursue ambitions and creative projects, and the result is a big community of driven individuals in a relatively small place. But that community is not always a real community; even surrounded by so many like-minded people, we are regularly getting by alone. It was this sentiment that jumpstarted a new live-performance film series called Little Cinema, inside Bushwick’s House of Yes. “I was getting lonely, ha, and I...

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