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Film: Applesauce

This screening will kick off Nitehawk’s newly announced series, Local Color, featuring shorts, animated features, documentaries and narrative films from up-and-coming NYC filmmakers (naturally, there will also be Q&As). Applesauce tracks the aftermath of Ron (Tukel)’s decision to call into a radio show to reveal the worst act he ever committed. Following the confession, the foundation of his marriage cracks and a mysterious someone starts sending him body parts.

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Nitehawk Teams With Tribeca Film Fest to Celebrate Local Yokels

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If you missed Applesauce when it premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, here’s your second chance to watch Onur Tukel’s film involving sex and dismembered body parts (not together). The Aug. 18 screening will kick off Nitehawk’s newly announced series, Local Color, featuring shorts, animated features, documentaries and narrative films from up-and-coming NYC filmmakers (naturally, there will also be Q&As).

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Watch Alex Karpovsky Slip into a Gown For ‘Actor Seeking Role’

Why settle for catching glimpses of Alex Karpovsky on the set of Girls when you can see him in a genu-whine short film? “Actor Seeking Role” kicked off the Rooftop Films Summer Series not long ago, and now it has descended onto your humble small screen. As of this week, it’s available on Vimeo.

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Onur Tukel’s New One Is a ‘No-Budget, Poor Man’s’ Birdman

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Onur Tukel must’ve set some kind of record when he premiered Applesauce at Tribeca Film Festival just weeks before premiering his other new film at the Brooklyn Film Festival. So how the hell did he do it? It all came to light last night during the premiere of his very latest, Abby Singer/Songwriter, at Windmill Studios in Greenpoint.

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