"Made in NY" Marketing Credit Takes It to the 'Street'
December, 2012 - A variety of productions are now part of the “Made in NY” Marketing Credit and can be seen in subways and on bus shelters this month.
In the new documentary The Central Park Five, filmmakers Sarah Burns and David McMahon focuses on the arrest and trial of five teenagers in 1989 for the rape of a woman who was attacked in Central Park. Years later their conviction was overturned when new evidence came to light. The film is currently in select theatres in New York City.
Taking a close look at the world of New York City high school football, “City Gridiron” reveals the inspirational passion displayed by local players and coaches. New episodes air on NYC life Wednesdays at 9:30pm.
“Billy on the Street,” starring Funny or Die’s Billy Eichner, premieres on Fuse on December 7 at 10pm with a new season. In each episode, Eichner approaches strangers on the street to ask them pop culture questions with the chance to win money.
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.