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If you’re at all partial to repertory cinema—you’re visiting this site’s film section, so I’ll presume yes—you’ve likely paid attention to what format the screening will take. If it’s a 35mm print, a footnote may show up: “courtesy of the American Genre Film Archive.” Maybe it was a local affair, hitting up Anthology’s hosting of Andy Milligan’s Bloodthirsty Butchers, or hightailed up to Lincoln Center for a Jackie Chan retrospective. Maybe you saw Penitentiary...
Even five years ago, when the Nitehawk opened, it was understood that it was only a matter of time before the Alamo Drafthouse opened up in the five boroughs. This week, the long-awaited, much-ballyhooed opening of the Drafthouse NYC, in Downtown Brooklyn, sees the pioneer of the one-stop dinner-and-a-movie pioneer make its entry into a landscape that it's already heavily influenced. The soft opening is underway; things are up and running for real and...
It's been a long time coming, but, now, it's a reality: Brooklyn's Alamo Drafthouse will finally open for business, and begin screening films new and old on October 28. That's right—just in time for Doctor Strange (The latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, with Benedict Cumberbatch in the titular role) on November 4, the Austin, Texas chain will be opening the doors to its multiple storied, seven-theater complex. With that complex, of course, will come the...
Last week, a photographer and I met with the assistant leasing Manager of City Tower, the second of three residential towers belonging to City Point—the largest mixed-use development in all five boroughs—to take a look inside. The building is in the final stages of construction next to the Fulton Mall, in the heart of Downtown Brooklyn. The City Point development as a whole includes 1.9 million square feet of new construction, including 1,290 residential units spread throughout...

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