French filmmaker, Michel Gondry, has done it again with his new film Be Kind Rewind. Exhibiting his talent and creativity, Gondry, now based in New York, has written a story of two childhood friends in Passaic, New Jersey who set out to remake lost films. He experiments with the reactions of his actors, using his alternative theory of movie making to leave a lasting impression. Be Kind Rewind is in theaters now, and you can catch a peak at the Tribeca Cinema. Gondry is also exhibiting his work at the Deitch Projects in Soho. With the identically titled name to his new film, the installation exhibition is intended to allow you to make your own film at his ‘amateur movie set’. Check it out until March 22.