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Production Has Wrapped On Steve Buscemi's The Listener Starring Tessa Thompson

Steve Buscemi is predominantly known for his work as an actor, but he's directed over 15 projects since the early 1990s with his latest sounding like his most ambitious yet. His upcoming feature film, "The Listener," has wrapped production in Los Angeles according to an exclusive reveal from Deadline. The film's script comes from Oscar nominee Alessandro Camon ("The Messenger") and stars Tessa Thompson ("Thor: Ragnarok," "Sorry to Bother You," "Men in Black: International") in the film's only on...
Tags: Movies, News, Los Angeles, Steve Buscemi, Portlandia, Jackie, Tessa Thompson, Thompson, Oren Moverman, Beth, Buscemi, Grady, Atlas Industries, Eddie Vaisman, Julia Lebedev, Wren Arthur


Southfield-made horror movie filmed in just 17 days feels a lot like COVID-19 quarantine

"We Need To Do Something," directed by Sean King O'Grady of Southfield's Atlas Industries, takes place inside a bathroom where a family is trapped.        [Author: Detroit Free Press]
Tags: Religion, Detroit Free Press, Southfield, Atlas Industries, Sean King O Grady


Industrial Revival: Atlas Repurposes a 1920s Abandoned Factory into a Creative Hub

“Deciding to restore the original windows was more-or-less a decision to compromise on energy-efficiency,” says Joseph. “We offset that by buying into a solar CSA, and currently all of the energy consumed by the building is solar generated.”As more and more city mice head for the hills, a rustic Brooklyn has emerged in the scenic Hudson River towns north of NYC. But industrial Newburgh, across the Hudson from happening Beacon, has until recently never been part of that scene. A once-booming indu...
Tags: Books, Atlas, Brooklyn, States, Industrial, Hudson, Jones, Shelving, Thomas, Josh, Brooklyn Heights, Joseph, Hudson River, Julie, NEWBURGH, Remodel & Renovation


Before/After: A Remodelista’s Refreshed Parlor Floor Flat in Brooklyn Heights, NY

When my husband, Josh, and I told friends we were moving to Brooklyn Heights from our hometown of 20 years, Mill Valley, CA, they were curious. Why would you move to gray, dreary NYC with its punishing winters and hot, humid summers? But with our two children (actually, young adults) in college on the East Coast, it made sense. And we were curious to experience NYC life after a long spell in CA. We were lucky enough to find a parlor floor flat in Brooklyn Heights that hadn’t been updated for a c...
Tags: Chrome, Books, UK, London, Matthew Williams, California, Ebay, Rome, Chicago, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Upper West Side, East Coast, Btc, Suffolk, Benjamin Moore


The Simple Life: A Montauk Beach House for a Creative Couple

When Elisa Restrepo, cofounder of the shoe line Dieppa Restrepo, and her husband, Dylan Dodd, who owns NYC restaurants Karasu, Walter’s, Walter Foods, and Barrio Chino, went looking for a place to escape the city, they chose a three-story split-level house in the “sleepy surfing town” of Montauk and hired Brooklyn architects Space Exploration to overhaul it. They’d worked together before: Space Exploration had renovated the couple’s Brooklyn apartment (whose kitchen, incidentally, won Remodelist...
Tags: Books, NYC, Uncategorized, Brooklyn, Sony, Ikea, Central America, White, Benjamin Moore, Walter, Kitchens, Bedrooms, FELIX, Lucia, Greenberg, Restrepo


The Simple Life: A Montauk Beach House for a Creative Couple

When Elisa Restrepo, cofounder of the shoe line Dieppa Restrepo, and her husband Dylan Dodd, who owns NYC restaurants Karasu, Walter’s, Walter Foods, and Barrio Chino, went looking for a place to escape the city, they chose a three-story split-level house in the “sleepy surfing town” of Montauk and hired Brooklyn architects Space Exploration to overhaul it. They’d worked together before: Space Exploration had renovated the couple’s Brooklyn apartment (whose kitchen, incidentally, won Remodelista...
Tags: Books, Brooklyn, Sony, Ikea, Central America, White, Benjamin Moore, Walter, FELIX, Lucia, Greenberg, Restrepo, Montauk, Dodd, Beach Style, Mockett


Fair by Brad Ford: NYC’s Modern Craft Hub

Interior designer Brad Ford is a ringleader of the modern crafts movement: After creating Field + Supply, an elevated maker’s fair that takes place in October on a field in High Falls, New York, he set up Fair, his permanent showground in the New York Design Center on Lexington Avenue. Most of the artisans Ford represents are NYC- and Hudson Valley–based and make their work to order (meaning sizes and finishes are often open to discussion). Ford’s sideline was inspired by craft shows in his home...
Tags: Books, New York, NYC, Furniture, Ford, Ceramics, North Carolina, South Carolina, Penn, Charleston, Fair, Lexington Avenue, Hudson Valley, Wood Furniture, Art & Accessories, Atlas Industries


Serenity Now: Creating Calm and Luxe in a Brooklyn Townhouse

Like so many historic houses, this Brooklyn brownstone had once seen far grander days. Over the years, it had been tweaked countless times—cue the blankets of paint over moldings and air conditioners jutting out of windows—and more recently, the interiors were stripped of character, leaving it looking generic at best. Enter its current owners, a theater director and a lawyer, with a taste for calm and luxe, both classical and contemporary, and the means to carefully pick and choose elements of b...
Tags: Abc, Brooklyn, Home Office, Edward, White, Marrakech, Benjamin Moore, Gray, Claesson Koivisto Rune, Brice Marden, Bedrooms, Blanco, Ac, Lindsey, Landmarks Preservation Commission, Marina