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Brooklyn Director, Writer & Actor Talks About the Making of His TFF 2015 Film, APPLESAUCE Video description
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Brooklyn Director, Writer & Actor Talks About the Making of His TFF 2015 Film, APPLESAUCE

Watch the inspiring and funny Q&A session that took place after the Nitehawk screening with filmmaker Onur Tukel and Tribeca's own programmer, Loren Hammonds!

We partnered with Nitehawk Cinema to bring you "Local Color," a monthly screening and discussion series featuring exciting emerging voices from New York City’s independent film community. The series kicked off on August 18 with the quirky dark comedy Applesauce, a Tribeca Film Festival 2015 world premiere written and directed by, as well as starring, the tireless Brooklyn filmmaker Onur Tukel. The film is now available on DVD and VOD, and we highly suggest you see it.

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