May 5, 2014 - Throughout May, new “Made in NY” films and TV series will premiere.
Chinese Puzzle follows the continuing struggles of a man, now in his 40s, who moves to New York City to be closer to his children. The film, which is a follow-up to earlier films L’Auberge Espagnole and Russian Dolls from Frech director Cédric Klapisch, opens on May 16.
In The Angriest Man in Brooklyn, Robin Williams plays a man who’s mad at the world who finds out he only has an hour and a half to live. The film, which also stars Mila Kunis and Peter Dinklage, opens May 23.
When an autistic teen is scolded for skipping class, he escapes into the subway for a underground odyssey while his mother is left searching in Stand Clear of the Closing Doors. The film opens at Cinema Village on May 23.
“Louie” returns for a fourth season on FX with back-to-back episodes beginning Monday, May 5 at 10pm. Comedian Louis C.K. brings his unique perspective to life and the City in this Emmy Award-winning series.
Based on the play of the same name written by Larry Kramer, The Normal Heart depicts the activists and doctors battling to understand what was happening during the early years of the AIDS crisis. The film stars Mark Ruffalo, Matt Bomer, Jim Parsons and Taylor Kitsch and premieres Sunday, May 25 at 9pm on HBO.