Mayor Bloomberg, Michael Moore and Other Special Guests To Break Ground On New DCTV Cinema | Indiewood

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Mayor Bloomberg, Michael Moore and Other Special Guests To Break Ground On New DCTV Cinema | Indiewood

May 1, 2013

The new DCTV Cinema will be a state-of-the-art fully interactive digital cinema, and the first “All documentary/All the time” Academy Award eligible cinema in New York City.

The cinema will be built on the first floor of one of the most beautiful buildings in New York City, the 1896 firehouse that houses DCTV. The cinema will feature world-class documentaries made by prestigious filmmakers from around the globe. The cinema is expected to attract 20,000 attendees in its first year and millions more online. It will be the premier presentation venue for documentary filmmakers and an important component of the New York City Arts community. This documentary-focused Cinema will be unique with top-of-the line digital 4K projection systems, and the capability to both broadcast live events and, at the same time, invite participants to the conversations via the internet from anywhere in the world.

Yearly, DCTV serves over 13,000 New York City media artists, disadvantaged youth, and residents each year. Our documentaries have earned two Academy Award nominations, 15 Emmy Awards, and are viewed by millions around the world. DCTV’s PRO-TV is the most honored youth media arts program in the country.

The cinema, Expected to Open in Early 2015, will mean a significant expansion of DCTV’s public services to include theatrical distribution along with its already highly attended workshops, screenings, master classes and access to affordable equipment and studio rentals, making DCTV a central hub for documentary filmmakers. On Tuesday, May 7, 2013 DCTV Cinema will celebrate its groundbreaking ceremony with NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg, renowned Documentarians Michael Moore, Alex Gibney, Morgan Spurlock, Alexandra Pelosi & More.

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