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"Made in NY" Marketing Credit Features Artists, Documentaries and More

June 5, 2012 - In June, a mixture of films, documentaries and TV series have taken part in the “Made in NY” Marketing Credit, and can be seen in advertising in subways, Taxi TV and bus shelters.

The HBO documentary Marina Abramović: The Artist is Present profiles the acclaimed artist who began her career in Yugoslavia. The film takes viewers into her world as she prepares a retrospective of her work at MOMA. The film opens at Film Forum on June 13 and premieres on July 2 at 9pm on HBO.

In Lola Versus, Greta Gerwig plays a woman coming to a crossroads of her life as she reaches her 30th birthday. Directed and written by Daryl Wein, the film opens in the theatres on June 8.

Playing at the Quad Cinema in Manhattan, Chely Wright: Wish Me Away chronicles the personal story of the first country music star to reveal she’s gay. The film also depicts the reactions of the country music world in Nashville, Wright’s hometown and the LGBT community.

“Hard Part: South Bronx” follows an auto parts team on the hunt for those hard-to-find parts in New York City. The series airs on Speed TV, Thursdays at 10pm.

A spin-off of “Mob Wives,” VH1’s “The Big Ang Show” takes its cameras inside the world of Angela “Big Ang” Raiola in Staten Island. The series premieres July 8 at 8pm.

The “Made in NY” Marketing Credit provides free co-branded advertising to productions that shoot the majority of their projects in the five boroughs. To learn more about the marketing credit, click here.


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