New Food Warriors videos coming soon (TRAILER)

More videos, more people, more food, more New York, more come on – let’s take the A-Train, more democracy, more Internets, more of all you love about The Food Warriors series is coming in the new year. Stay tuned and don’t miss your stop!

Now’s a great time to catch up on the series so far:

The Food Warriors: 168th Street

The Food Warriors: West 4th Street

The Food Warriors: Jay Street – MetroTech

 

Food Warriors: Jay St – Metrotech

On this stop of the Internets Celebrities new web series (The Food Warriors), Dallas and Rafi use their democratic powers to crowd source the BEST PLACE TO EAT near the Jay Street – Metrotech A train station in New York City.

Featuring Dallas Penn & Rafi Kam
Directed by Casimir Nozkowski
Shot & Edited by Dan Lucal
Music by Bless 1
Re-Recording Engineer: Tod Chapman

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The Food Warriors: West 4th Street

On this stop of the Internets Celebrities new web series (The Food Warriors), Dallas and Rafi use their democratic powers to crowd source the BEST PLACE TO EAT near the West 4th Street A train station in New York City.

Featuring Dallas Penn & Rafi Kam
Directed & Edited by Casimir Nozkowski
Shot by Dan Lucal
Music by Bless 1
Re-Recording Engineer: Tod Chapman

The Food Warriors: 168th St

On this stop of the Internets Celebrities new web series (The Food Warriors), Dallas and Rafi use their democratic powers to crowd source the BEST PLACE TO EAT near the 168th Street A train station in New York City.

Featuring Dallas Penn & Rafi Kam
Directed & Edited by Casimir Nozkowski
Shot by Dan Lucal
Music by Bless 1
Re-Recording Engineer: Tod Chapman

Event: IC’s Return to the Bronx, Nov 17 2012

The good folks at the Bronx Documentary Center, a non-profit gallery and educational space which opened just a few blocks from where we shot Bodega, have invited us to spend an evening with them. Tomorrow night, Saturday November 17 we’ll be in the South Bronx, the South South Bronx, screening our finest work, dropping science on what it was like to make these videos and fielding questions from the crowd.

Come one, come all! CHEA!

Did Voting Matter?

We assure you this video was posted on YouTube and our Facebook page in advance of the election. Now on here for posterity sake!

Cuffing Season is Upon Us

The autumnal season brings all sorts of familiar and favorable things to mind. The changing colors of tree leaves. Pumpkin spice lattes from Starbucks. Christmas music being played in department stores. Monday Night Football. And another sport altogether… Cuffing Season.

The hot “skin was showing” summer was jumpoff season, with casual hookups as far as the eye could see. But as summer winds down to a close it’s in our very nature to begin preparations for the cold months ahead. The high holidays are meant to be spent with loved ones, or at least a warm body. Join the Internets Celebrities on a field assignment to find out if Cuffing Season is real.

CHEA!

STARRING DALLAS PENN & RAFI KAM

DIRECTED BY CASIMIR NOZKOWSKI

SHOT AND EDITED BY DAN LUCAL

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: CORNELIUS VON GROKOM, ANDRE BEHRENS
PRODUCERS: DAN DEVINE, ROBIN OYE, ALEX STEEN

“HANDCUFFS” BY PARLIAMENT
ORIGINAL MUSIC BY BLESS 1

Throwback Thursday: The Baseball Card Movie

As we approach June, Baseball season is well underway. Which means I’m obsessing over stats for my roto league and Dallas is probably plotting his next trip to CitiField even though the Amazin’s season peaked early with the release of the “Meat the Mets” slice at Two Boots.

Back in 2009 IC’s director Casimir Nozkowski went to his neighborhood baseball card store and created this short doc on the wistful nature of the hobby. We learn in the video that 95% of the store’s customers were adults and maybe that’s part of the reason the business has since shut down. But as with old baseball cards, the video now serves as an artifact capturing an era gone by and also turns people playing a kid’s game into some sort of heroes.

 

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