Working Class is proud to present in special collaboration with our friends at the/will/set "The Fun House". The short film will premier for the first time ever next Sunday, August 21st at Union Pool with the cast and crew in Williamsburg, Brooklyn where music, raffles, dancing, drinking, and a screening of the film will honor independent [...]
We're so pumped to announce the completion of the short film "The Fun House". On Sunday, August 21st, Working Class Magazine in collaboration with the/will/set will premiere the film at Union Pool for one of the best parties of the summer! Can't give away all the deets just yet, but mark your calendars and come celebrate with us! In the [...]
My friends and I are addicted to the new movie theater Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg. Not only because they have a rad selection of movies, but they also serve amazing food and drinks and have a bumpin' air conditioner that serves as a great retreat from the New York summer humidity. But, to get back to the point, I saw Submarine yesterday [...]
Saw it last night at the new Nitehawk Cinema in Williamsburg and I loved it.
Saw Far From Home the other night and I fucking loved it. I read that Barrymore's book, Little Girl Lost, which describes her battles with addiction, was written around the same time as the movie was made, and I really want to read it.
Brooklyn-based filmmaker Alexandra Roxo, known for her experimental films, art and fashion photography, and her fellow NYU Tisch School of the Arts alumnus Alana Kearns-Green co-wrote and co-star as young women who bare both body and soul as they become entangled in a steamy summertime love triangle in their debut indie feature Mary Marie, which [...]
A baby Diane Lane and Laura Dern kick ass in this film.
A day in the life of New York City, in miniature. Video by Sam O'Hare.