“The Garden”, a documentary about “The World’s Most Famous Arena”, has been pulled from the Sundance Film Festival due to what is being characterized as a dispute between Cablevision and the film’s director, noted documentarian Fredrick Wiseman.

Wiseman (above) is no stranger to controversy. His “Titicut Follies” (1967), a searing indictment of the brutal conditions at a Massachusetts hospital for the criminally insane, was until recently, banned in the Bay State. Presumably, a behind the scenes peak at the management of the Knicks and Rangers would prove to be every bit as shocking.