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New "Made in NY" Films Open in Theatres while a Glamorous TV Show Says Good-Bye

December 3, 2012 - In December, a group of Upper East Siders bid farewell as three films shot in the City open in limited release.

“Gossip Girl” concludes its run on the CW on Monday, December 17 at 8pm with an episode entitled “New York, I Love You XOXO.” In the series finale, the identity of the elusive Gossip Girl will finally be revealed.

Ed Burns directs, writes and stars in The Fitzgerald Family Christmas. The film follows a tense family reunion at Christmas for adult siblings seeing their estranged father for the first time in 20 years. It opens in New York City on December 7 and is also available on iTunes and VOD.

In Yelling to the Sky, seventeen year old Sweetness O'Hara is left to fend for herself as her family falls apart in a neighborhood where her survival is uncertain. The film opens in New York on December 14 and is also available via download from iTunes and all major cable VOD providers.

Set in the 1960s, director and writer David Chase's new film Not Fade Away chronicles a group of friends as they form a rock band. The film, which includes James Gandolfi among the cast, opens in limited release on December 21.

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