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    Alicia Keys Presents Hurricane Sandy Concert Doc '12-12-12' to New York Audience

    "You could feel the energy there," said Alicia Keys onstage on at New York's Ziegfeld Theater in introducing Amir Bar-Lev's documentary "12-12-12" that chronicles the concert that raised more than $50 million for Hurricane Sandy relief in which she performed alongside Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartn...

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    Hurricane Sandy One Year Later: Television Premiere: 'Shored Up' on Audience Network

    Approximately one year later, the country remembers those who have and those who are still suffering from last year’s Hurricane Sandy.

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    The Weinstein Company to Theatrically Release Hurricane Sandy Benefit Concert, '12-12-12'

    The Weinstein Company announced that they will be releasing their benefit concert documentary "12-12-12" in New York and Los Angeles theaters on Friday, November 1st. The documentary goes behind the scenes at the concert which took place at Madison Square Garden on December 12th, 2012. Collectively,...

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    Weinsteins to Release '12-12-12,' Hurricane Sandy Benefit Concert Doc, in November

    The Weinstein Company will release their Hurricane Sandy benefit concert documentary, “12-12-12,” in New York and Los Angeles on November 1. The documentary is a behind-the-scenes look at the show, which took place at New York’s Madison Square Garden on December 12, 2012.

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    Watch: Steve Buscemi Tells You Why You Should Give to Friends of Firefighters (VIDEO)

    In a clip video uploaded onto YouTube, "Boardwalk Empire" star Steve Buscemi makes a solid case for why you should donate to the organization Friends of Firefighters. The nonprofit, set up by his friend Nancy Carbone during the aftermath of 9/11, aims to "provide long-term support and...

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    Rooftop Films and NYFVC Host Fundraiser for Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts

    Rooftop Films and NYFVC will host a benefit for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts on November 14, transforming a simple night of StoryCorps animation into an evening of support for those who have been affected by the storm. NYFVC, Rooftop Films and StoryCorps/Rauch Brothers have absorbed all costs and ...

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    Film Society of Lincoln Center Joins Local Theaters for Hurricane Sandy Relief

    With all of the heavy-hitting arthouse theaters in Lower Manhattan closed from crippling power outages last week, the midtown Film Society of Lincoln Center took advantage of its electricity to satiate audiences' desire for films -- and to spread the word on its relief programs.

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    Upcoming Events: Hurricane Sandy Storm Relief at the ReRun and Cinemonde Soiree

    Even as the first snowfall of the year floats down onto New York Wednesday afternoon, parts of the city still have a long way to go to recover from Hurricane Sandy. If you missed Oscilloscope’s fundraising screenings at Brooklyn Bowl Monday night but love independent film and still have a hank...

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    Watch: New York Filmmakers Document the Damage on the Rockaway Coast and Ask for Help (VIDEO)

    Structured around the defeated voicemail message left from a friend who lived in the area, the New York-based filmmakers Alex Braverman and Poppy de Villeneuve have made a beautifully tragic video of the damage Hurricane Sandy has caused on the coast of Queens on the Rockaways. 

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    Hurricane Sandy Hurts NYC Indie Film World: Studios, Rep Theatres

    As if independent film isn't up against enough already. The indie film world in New York City has taken a battering since the violent arrival of Hurricane Sandy earlier this week, with various Manhattan-based headquarters wading through flooding and power outages at the moment when Oscar se...

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