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Steiner Studios’ second birthday

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Steiner Studios celebrated its second year making movies in Fort Greene’s Brooklyn Navy Yards last week with dancing — and not all of it was rated “PG.” The flashy gala brought together the borough’s bright-eyed scenesters with its more buttoned-up players — including Navy Yards advocate Councilman David Yassky (D-Brooklyn Heights) — who glammed it up with go-go dancers dressed in pink feathers, boas, tall boots and not much else. When asked about the steamy entertainers, a spokeswoman for Steiner Studios shrugged them off as tradition. “They were scantily-clad last year as well,” said Erin Schaal. In its second year of operation, the Steiner stages produced several Hollywood releases. The newest Made in Brooklyn film to hit the theaters is “Fur: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus,” shot at the studio and released last week. Before that the studio hosted “The Producers” and Brooklynite Spike Lee’s latest flick, “Inside Man.”

Updated 4:00 pm, November 10, 2010
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