Kings County Cinema Society

With Netflix and YouTube, it’s never been easier to watch movies. But it’s also never been lonelier. This roving collective of cinephiles, formed in 2007, wants people in Brooklyn to watch movies, whether it’s “curated nights of cinematic inappropriateness” at the new Freddy’s, an experimental documentary about the B.Q.E. on a rooftop beside the B.Q.E., or locally made shorts in a Williamsburg bar. But more importantly, they want to make sure we’re watching them together, wherever we may be…


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