Screening: “89 Steps: Living Los Sures” by UnionDocs

With the restoration of LOS SURES, a brilliant work of cinéma vérité, LIVING LOS SURES is an expansive project about the Southside of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Known by its long-term Latino residents as Los Sures, the neighborhood was one of the poorest in New York City in the late 70s and early 80s. Today, it is the site of a battle between local identity and luxury lifestyle. Begin our mini-screening here:

“Trenchant and eye-opening.”– The Hollywood Reporter


“An authenticity that has been captured by no fiction film I’ve ever seen.”– L.A. Weekly

“Both an invaluable record of pre-gentrification Brooklyn and an ode to a community’s resilience.” – BAMcinématek

“A massive mixed-media project that defies easy categorization.” – IndieWire

This film restoration is done by UnionDocs, a non-profit Center for Documentary Art that presents and produces pioneering records of reality. For the whole “interactive (point and click)” journey presented on the Web you can visit “the official homepage” and for complete information about this project, Living Los Sures at UnionDocs you can visit the information page. The full home DVD is $20 also at UnionDocs.