Are you a fetishistic enthusiast of all things cinematic, a true cineaste par excellence? If so, then you will likely feel very much at home at "The Picture Show." This mixed-media, deep-rostered group exhibition, curated by Claudia Eve Beauchesne, draws inspiration not merely from the practical realities of its very spatial environs—Brooklyn Heights Cinema, a lovely and beloved yet soon-to-be demolished movie theater—but also from historical precedents. In the curator's words, it's a celebration of "filmmaking, the moviegoing experience, and the enduring influence of cinema on artists." If film is the source of your buffery, this show's for you. Go see it before the theater itself has its curtains drawn.