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Reminder: Knishes Film Preview at Brooklyn Heights Cinema February 9

As we previously announced, Brooklyn Heights Cinema will present a preview of our Heather Quinlan’s work-in-progress, If These Knishes Could Talk, on Thursday evening, February 9 from 6:45 to 8:00. Knishes and egg creams will be served. Proceeds will help to fund completion of the film. You can buy tickets here. We hope to see […]

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Save the Date: February 9 for a Preview of Heather Quinlan’s NY Accent Movie

The Brooklyn Bugle/Brooklyn Heights Blog is pleased to announce that we’ll be presenting a special preview of BHB contributor/filmmaker Heather Quinlan’s If These Knishes Could Talk on February 9 at the Brooklyn Heights Cinema (buy tickets).

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“Art of Brooklyn” Festival Opens at St. Francis

Yesterday evening the “Art of Brooklyn” festival at St. Francis College, 180 Remsen Street, had its auspicious opening. It began with a reception catered by local restaurants, during which those present could view the art works on display in the gallery, including Wilson (left) and Blue Stripes, by Bensonhurst native Marilyn Patrizio. Update: BHB readers […]

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Reminder: Film Festival This Weekend

Just a reminder that The Art of Brooklyn film festival kicks off tomorrow at St. Francis College on 180 Remsen St. And the first film up is a 25-minute version of “The These Knishes Could Talk,” my documentary on the New York accent. Hope you all can make it, especially since you’ve seen postings about […]

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BHB’s Heather Quinlan Tawks NY Accent Movie with Wall Street Journal

BHB contributor/Brooklyn Heights resident/FILMMAKER Heather Quinlan is featured in the Wall Street Journal today. A 20 minute version of her If These Knishes Could Talk makes its debut next Saturday at the Art of Brooklyn Festival. Check out the video after the jump.

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Knishes Film to be Featured at St. Francis’ “Art of Brooklyn” Festival

From Saturday, August 20 through the following Saturday, August 27, St. Francis College, 180 Remsen Street (between Clinton and Court), will present the “Art of Brooklyn” festival, featuring films, paintings, and live music, including after parties at local night spots on Saturday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and the final Saturday. The schedule is here. Daily passes, […]

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BBC Covers Heather’s Knishes

Brooklyn Heights resident/BHB contributor Heather Quinlan gets some more press attention this week for her NY accent movie If These Knishes Could Talk, this time from the BBC: BBC: For the last year-and-a-half, Quinlan, a native New Yorker and film-maker, has followed the same routine for her first documentary, If These Knishes Could Talk. The […]

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HQ’s NY Accent Movie Juggernawt Hits Channel 4

Our Heather Quinlan’s documentary If These Knishes Could Talk was covered today on WNBC-TV. Of course Junkersfeld made the cut but the accent-less Homer and Scales did not. Feh! The girl’s getting some nice attention for her flick, so shut up already. Fuh-get-about-it. Video after the jump.

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Heather Tawks with NY1 About If These Knishes Could Talk

BHB contributer Heather Quinlan (@heathercue) had another star turn on NYC TV this morning. NY1 spent some time with HQ discussing her documentary in progress If These Knishes Could Talk. Update Heather also appeared on WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show… but not with Brian… it was “other guy”.. but great nevertheless.. give it a listen:

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Our Heather Quinlan Featured in Daily News

Benjamin Peim in today’s Daily News: Do we really tawk like dat? A Bronx-born filmmaker is returning to her home borough to shoot a documentary exploring the New York accent. Heather Quinlan, 35, has been working on the documentary, called “If These Knishes Could Talk,” for a year and half, making the rounds of the […]

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