Generation DIY: Do, Make, Say, Think

02/16/2011 4:00 AM |

Tobias Arturi and Nick Shimkin at The Kings County Cinema Society
We’ve always wanted to run away and join a traditional roving Indian cinema, watching Bollywood under banyan trees from Bangalore to Orissa… But that probably won’t happen. At least we have the KCCS, which provides Brooklynites with free weekly screenings of local shorts, documentaries, and cult and classic films. The film nomads unroll their screens in locations all over the county, often with free booze to boot. Their website promises a wealth of outdoor DIY film shows over the coming summer, including a screening of Sufjan Stevens’ documentary on the BQE and documentaries on sustainability efforts projected from a Brooklyn rooftop.

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  • All food produced at Bushwick City Farm is free to the community. It is distributed at the garden on a first come/first serve basis to those in need, we NEVER exchange food for volunteer work or donations! We also have free clothing & educational programs. All materials used to build the farm are reycled from dumpsters, nothing is ever sold or exchanged, our volunteers do not recieve food in exchange for their labor (thats why they are called volunteers). To find out about what we do – – Masha Radzinsky