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Staten Island: St. George Film Series
Presented by NYC & Company, the Staten Island Yankees and Rooftop Films at Richmond County Bank Ballpark
Watch films outdoors in Richmond County Bank Ballpark, home of the Staten Island Yankees, offering sweeping views of New York Harbor and Lower Manhattan.
Venue: Richmond County Bank Ballpark
Address: 75 Richmond Terr at Wall St
8:30 PM: Film begins
Thursday, July 26
With the aid of a bat carved from a lightning-struck tree, Roy Hobbs (Robert Redford), a middle-aged baseball player, takes a losing 1930s team to first place.
Thursday, August 9
Field of Dreams
If you build it, they will come: such is the lesson learned by Ray Kinsella (Kevin Costner) in this Oscar-nominated baseball fable. When Kinsella, an Iowa corn farmer, begins to hear voices, he builds a baseball field on his farm, which draws ghosts from the scandalized 1919 Chicago "Black Sox" team.
Thursday, August 16
Scotty Smalls, the shy new kid in town, musters up the courage to play baseball with the neighborhood boys. Although he's not very good at first, as the summer passes he becomes a vital team member and manages to bring the group face-to-face with "The Beast," a ferocious guard dog located beyond the fence of the sandlot.
Dag Hammarskold Park
2nd Ave & E 47th St Manhattan
Directions: Take the 4, 5, 6, 7, or S to 42nd Street.
8:00 PM: Doors Open
9:00 PM: Film
Tuesday, July 24
The Waiting Room
An evening of health care activism based around a character-driven documentary, going inside a hospital struggling to care for a community of uninsured patients as they cope with disease, bureaucracy and hard choices.
Tuesday, July 31 Inocente
A series of free screenings, plus art workshops and exhibitions, centered on this inspiring and lovely documentary, made by Academy Award-nominated filmmakers, about a homeless teen finding hope through creativity. Presented by Rooftop Films and The Fledgling Fund.
Tuesday, August 14
5 Broken Cameras
A documentary on a Palestinian farmer's chronicle of his nonviolent resistance to the actions of the Israeli army.
Bronx: Rooftop Films at Bronx Terminal Market
Presented with support from NYC & Company
Celebrate the summer with Bronx Terminal Market and Rooftop Films every other Tuesday this July and August for a family-friendly film series under the stars on Bronx Terminal Market's Level 6 garage roof deck..
Venue: Bronx Terminal Market
Address: 610 Exterior Street, Bronx
Directions: 2, 4, or 5 trains to 149 Street and Grand Concourse or B, D, or 4 trains to 161st-Yankee Stadium.
7:30 PM: Doors Open
8:30 PM: Film
Tuesday, July 10 Rango
Johnny Depp is the voice of Rango, an ambitious chameleon who lands in Dirt, a Western town without a sheriff. He steps up to the law-enforcement challenge and sets out to find the town's missing water, though his intentions are not so pure.
Tuesday, July 24 Ratatouille
Remy the rat isn't exactly a welcome guest of the Paris kitchen where he sets up shop. But that doesn't stop the aspiring chef from following his dreams of serving gourmet dishes to the masses.
Tuesday, August 7 Inocente
This documentary follows a homeless girl with lofty dreams of becoming an artist. The film took home an award for inspirational filmmaking at this year's Arizona International Film Festival.
Tuesday, August 21 Kung Fu Panda
In this Oscar-nominated underdog tale, Po (Jack Black), an out-of-shape panda, is chosen for a special martial-arts mission. With the odds stacked against him, he must defeat a snow leopard and save the Valley of Peace from danger. The film's star-studded cast includes Dustin Hoffman, Angelina Jolie, Seth Rogen and Lucy Liu.
Brooklyn: Ft Greene Park Films
Presented by AT&T and Rooftop Films
Venue: On the lawn at Fort Greene Park (at Myrtle Ave & Washington Park)
Address: Myrtle and N. Portland, Ft Greene Brooklyn
Directions: Enter the park at Myrtle and N. Portland and walk up the path
8:30 PM: Film begins
Thursday, August 9 Welcome to Pine Hill
A recently reformed drug dealer working as a claims adjuster receives earth-shattering news that compels him to make peace with his past and search for freedom beyond the concrete jungle of New York. Filmmaker Keith Miller will be in attendance for a Q and A following the screening.
Outdoors at Metrotech Commons
Bridge St & Johnson St. Brooklyn
Directions: Take the A, C, F or R Train to Jay Street Metrotech or 2, 3, 4, 5 to Borough Hall or B, Q or R to DeKalb
8:00 PM: Doors open
8:30 PM: Live music
9:00 PM: Films begin
Friday, July 6 New York Filmmakers Shorts Program
Many of the most innovative films and filmmakers in the world are coming out of Brooklyn. Kicking off our series in Downtown BK, we present daring shorts by local filmmakers.Many of the most innovative films and filmmakers in the world are coming out of Brooklyn. Kicking off our series in Downtown BK, we present daring shorts by local filmmakers.
Friday, July 20 Coming Home Shorts Program
It’s never easy to go home, but this program of spirited black comedies, fraught animations and intimate documentaries offers hope for reconciliation.
Tuesday, August 3 Inocente
A series of free screenings, plus art workshops and exhibitions, centered on this inspiring and lovely documentary, made by Academy Award-nominated filmmakers, about a homeless teen finding hope through creativity.
Presented by Rooftop Films and The Fledgling Fund.
Saturday, July 14 Bound for Glory
David Carradine plays Woody Guthrie in this Oscar-winning biopic, set in the Dust Bowl, about the folk artist’s experience with the working class after leaving Texas to join the Okies headed to California in search of work. This special Saturday screening commemorates the legendary folk singer and former Coney Island resident’s 100th birthday.
Monday, July 16 Manhattan
See Diane Keaton, Mariel Hemingway and Meryl Streep in Woody Allen’s Oscar-winning love story.
Monday, July 23 The Muppets
Jim Henson’s much-loved characters return to the big screen, as Gary (Jason Segel) and Mary (Amy Adams) aim to reunite the gang in an attempt to salvage The Muppet Theater.
Monday, July 30 Girl Walk // All Day
This feature-length film is actually a long-form dance music video, featuring three dancers who use the cityscape as their stage. The movie is set to Girl Talk’s sample-heavy 2010 album, All Day.
Monday, August 6 Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
Tom Cruise stars as Ethan Hunt in the fourth installment of the Mission Impossible series. Hunt and his team, who are implicated in the bombing of the Kremlin, must go rogue to clear the Impossible Missions Force’s name.
Enjoy outdoor cinema in the best way possible. 'and how's that? Well, right off the Hudson River where on the best Summer night one can hope for a wonderful evening breeze to cool off with. BTW, there'll be free popcorn as well!
The lawn opens at 5:00 pm for blankets and picnicking. The films
begin at dusk (typically between 8:00 pm - 9pm).
No plastic sheets or tarps are permitted on the lawn. No bicycles
are permitted on the lawn or locked inside the park.
Park is located: in Long Island City, Queens at the intersection
of Broadway and Vernon Boulevard. The Administrative
Offices are located directly across the street from
the Park's Broadway entrance at the intersection of
Broadway, Vernon Boulevard and 11th Street.
It is open from 10am to sunset 365 days a year
Seating at the screening will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors are encouraged to bring food and beverages to the screening, however alcohol is not permitted. . The unique series offers members of the public the opportunity to watch classic films for free on the flight deck of the aircraft carrier Intrepid, located at Pier 86 (46th Street and 12th Avenue), in Manhattan.
Intrepid Sea Air Space Museum
Free Outdoor Summer Movie Series
Doors open at 7:30pm. Seating will be on a first-come, first-served basis. Visitors are encouraged to bring food and beverages to the screening, however alcohol is not permitted.
Friday, May 25
Friday, July 13
***Friday, July 20
Star Trek (2009)***
Friday, July 27
Friday, August 3
Friday, August 17
***The July 20th screening of Star Trek (2009) will be part of the opening celebration of the Space Shuttle Pavilion, which opens to the public on July 19th.***
“TRIBECA CINEMAS PRESENTS: DOC SERIES”
Tribeca Cinemas Announces Summer Line-up of Popular Documentary Series
“Twice a month their Doc Series provides opportunities for New Yorkers to enjoy a wide range of quality independent films that most people do not have the opportunity to see on the big screen,” said Nancy Schafer, Senior Vice President of Tribeca Enterprises.
Before and after each screening, the Tribeca Cinemas bar is open to Doc Series audience members.
Tickets: Admission for each film screening is $10; $8 for students and seniors. Tickets can be purchased at www.tribecafilm.com/docseries or at the box office immediately before each screening.
Tribeca Cinemas, 54 Varick Street (corner of Laight), New York, NY 10013.
The public may call 212-941-2001 for further information.
Visit us on the Web at www.tribecafilm.com/docseries.
Subway: A, C, E – Canal Street/6 Avenue; 1 – Canal Street/Varick Street
Oh yeah! What better spot to be enjoying some free cinema outdoors than at this wonderful spot situated right on the East River in Brooklyn between the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges?
'and let's not forget of course that grand view of the NYC skyline.
Syfy presents Movies with a View at Brooklyn Bridge Park
Music & Movies at Celebrate Brooklyn Saturday, July 14, 7:30 pm
Saturday Night Fever / Tragedy
The film that catapulted John Travolta to stardom and sent disco and the Gibb brothers into the stratosphere has some of the greatest dance scenes ever committed to celluloid, but it’s also a moving coming of age drama and a gritty, sometimes brutal portrait...
Music & Movies at Celebrate Brooklyn Saturday, July 28, 7:30 pm
Music & Movies
The Muppet Movie Sing-A-Long / Loser's Lounge
Why are there so many songs about rainbows? Come ask the LOSER’S LOUNGE, when we screen THE MUPPET MOVIE (the 1979 original) and that all-star tribute ensemble gets its Kermit on before the show with a salute to the Muppet musical œuvre. Bring your kids, your voice...
Music & Movies at Celebrate Brooklyn Thursday, August 2, 7:30 pm
Music & Movies
Franco Zeffirelli's Romeo and Juliet / The Love Show
With a Nino Rota score, Oscars for cinematography and costume design (and a host of nominations including Best Picture), and scandalous star turns by teenage beauties Olivia Hussey and Leonard Whiting, Zeffirelli’s 1968 adaptation of ROMEO & JULIET is a feast...
Movie Nights on the Elevated Acre as part of the River to River Festival
The Elevated Acre, 55 Water Street
beginning at sundown (between 8:00 pm and 9pm)
TICKETS ARE REQUIRED and will be available online or two per person, at the street level entrance to 55 Water Street at 6pm on the day of screening. Show starts at 8:00 pm. The Elevated Acre, 55 Water Street, between Broad and William Streets. Seating is first-come, first-served beginning at 6PM, show starts at sunset or 8PM.
Movie Nights on the Elevated Acre presented in association with Tribeca Film Stella Days (2012) June 18, 8:00 PM
Movie Nights on the Elevated Acre presented in association with Tribeca Film Collaborator (2012) June 25, 8:00 PM
Movie Nights on the Elevated Acre presented in association with Tribeca Film July 2, 8:00 PM The Runway (2012)
Movie Nights on the Elevated Acre presented in association with Tribeca Film
Side By Side (2012) July 9, 8:00 PM