See More Free Outdoor Movies in Local Playgrounds This Month

Council Member Helen Rosenthal's office is sponsoring more free outdoor movies at local playgrounds this month, so grab a bl … Read the rest of this entry >>

See a Special UWS Screening of New Film ‘Book Smart’

The AMC Loews at 1998 Broadway (68th) is hosting a special screening of Book Smart, a new film directed by Olivia … Read the rest of this entry >>

Watch Free Outdoor Screenings of Spider-Verse and Green Book This Month; Free Popcorn Too!

City Council Member Helen Rosenthal is sponsoring movie screenings in local playgrounds this m … Read the rest of this entry >>

Movie News: Cat Video Fest, Reelabilities Festival, Marvel Movie Marathon

The New Plaza Cinemas group that was created after Lincoln Plaza Cinemas closed is hosting a new slate of films at at the New York Institute of Techn … Read the rest of this entry >>

Outdoor Movie Nights: Five Local Spots Showing Free Films in August

Put on the bug spray and bring a picnic! The Upper West Side has lots of outdoor movies showing this m … Read the rest of this entry >>

The Return of Indie Theater? New Group Looks to Fill Void Left By Lincoln Plaza Closing; Philip Roth Retrospective Coming

The closure of Lincoln Plaza Cinemas in January was a devastating blow to film lovers on the Upper West Side and throughout the … Read the rest of this entry >>

Starting This Week: Outdoor Movies in Local Playgrounds

Council Member Helen Rosenthal just announced a series of free movies screened in local playgrounds, starting this Wedne … Read the rest of this entry >>

Heartbroken Employees Plan Sendoff for Lincoln Plaza Cinemas: ‘I Care About How Things End’

People went about their usual business at Lincoln Plaza Cinemas on the morning after Martin Luther King Day. The ticket-seller sold tickets and the ticket-taker took … Read the rest of this entry >>

Lincoln Plaza Cinemas Landlord Says New Art-House Theater Is Expected; Petitioners Don’t Want ‘Hipster’ Theater

News that the Lincoln Plaza Cinemas at 62nd and Broadway is expected to close next month shocked the neighborhood, an … Read the rest of this entry >>

Oh No! Famed Lincoln Plaza Cinemas Set to Close Next Month, Reports Say (Update)

Lincoln Plaza Cinemas, the art-house theater on Broadway and 62nd Street, is set to close next month after 35 years, accordi … Read the rest of this entry >>

CENTRAL PARK FILM FEST SHOWING CLASSICS, AND NOT-SO-CLASSICS

The Central Park Film Festival is this week, with the first two movies to be shown at Marcus Garvey Park on 124th Street … Read the rest of this entry >>

‘FERAL LOVE’ DOCUMENTARY ON THE CAT-LOVING MUSICIAN OF RIVERSIDE PARK NOW SET FOR AUGUST 11 SCREENING

Feral Love, the documentary about New York Philharmonic violist Dorian Rence and how she came to care for cats living … Read the rest of this entry >>

‘LA LA LAND’ KICKS OFF FREE OUTDOOR FILM SERIES AT WEST SIDE COMMUNITY GARDEN

The West Side Community Garden on 89th Street between Columbus and Amsterdam will hold free films on two Fridays in August, beginning … Read the rest of this entry >>

FREE RIVERSIDE PARK MOVIES ARE BACK; SEE THE SCHEDULE AND HEAD TO THE PIER!

Riverside Park's free movies at Pier I at 70th Street are back and will be running every Wednesday through August 16. The m … Read the rest of this entry >>

LOCAL HOTEL BECOMES AN ART-HOUSE MOVIE THEATER, WITH A TWIST

The NYLO Hotel on 77th Street and Broadway has a new events series, where it turns its library into a very unique kind of movie the … Read the rest of this entry >>

JOE’S VIOLIN: A LOCAL STORY THAT YOU CAN ROOT FOR AT THE OSCARS

Joe's Violin, a short documentary that was nominated for an Oscar, features Joseph Feingold, a Holocaust survivor who lives at The Esplana … Read the rest of this entry >>

FREE MOVIE PASSES FOR ‘THE SPACE BETWEEN US’

A movie called "The Space Between Us" is screening at the Loews on Broadway and 68th and we have some free tickets for the screening this Wednesday, Nov. 2 at 7 … Read the rest of this entry >>

TUESDAY: BLOOMINGDALE HISTORY GROUP LAUNCHES SERIES ABOUT UWS AND CINEMA

The Upper West Side has a long and fascinating connection with the movies, and a local history group plans to examine that history in a s … Read the rest of this entry >>

40TH ANNUAL MARGARET MEAD FESTIVAL BRINGS GLOBAL DOCUMENTARIES TO THE UWS

Looking for a different kind of Saturday night at the movies? You might want to see what’s on at the Margaret Mead Festival at the American Museum of Natural His … Read the rest of this entry >>

NY FILM FESTIVAL: A KOREAN LOVE STORY WITH A CURIOUS TWIST

Painter Young-soo (Kim Joo-hyuk) loves his pretty girlfriend, Min-Jung (Lee You-young) and she loves him. There’s just one problem. Min-Jung … Read the rest of this entry >>

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