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A lot of things stand out about summer in New York City, but one of them, certainly, is the weather. It can be brutal at times, sure—the hair-melting heat can be a bit much for this writer to handle—but when it’s on, it’s really on. And when the weather is on, and a beautiful day evolves into a nice, crisp evening, there isn’t much better than going to an outdoor movie screening among friends,...
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...
Late last night, during NBC’s Summer Olympics broadcast, the first full trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story made its debut, and… *rap air horn sounds three times* it’s lit, fam. After a not-as-promising teaser and rumors of messy reshoot drama, the new trailer should calm the nerves of the Galaxy Far, Far, Away faithful, as it promises epic musical treatment, action, drama, a weird Forest Whittaker character, oh, and a quick glimpse at that...
I challenge you to find something you've heard of screening at Light Industry, the Greenpoint-based non-profit film program dreamed up by Thomas Beard and Ed Halter. Starting out back in 2008 inside former light industry space in Industry City (hence the organization's name), Light Industry has since moved up to Greenpoint, but their commitment to the obscure, the rare, the weird has remained. Absolutely every film screened through their reel booth (something that looks more...

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