Maysles Documentary Center
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Maysles Documentary Center information
This small not-for-profit cinema founded by director Albert Maysles (of Grey Gardens fame) shows documentary and other independent films. Check the website for details of upcoming screenings and events, which also include live performances, lectures and presentations.