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On the Bowery

Friday, September 17, 2010

Rob Hollander, cofounder of the Lower East Side History Project, and Michel Rogosin son of Lionel Rogosin, the legendary filmmaker of “On the Bowery,” talk about the 1957 film about life on the streets in downtown Manhattan. It won Best Documentary at the Venice Film Festival and was nominated for an Oscar for Best Documentary Feature. “On the Bowery,” is showing at Film Forum September 17-23.

Guests:

Rob Hollander and Michel Rogosin
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Comments [1]

Tom from Brooklyn

Wonderful interview and a wonderful film.

Is there any chance this will be put out on a DVD?

Thank you!

Sep. 19 2010 11:28 AM

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