Category Archives: Films
Celebrating its 20th anniversary, the Bryant Park Summer Film Festival has an excellent line up of classic movies that can be seen on the big screen in the park every Monday through August 20. Part of a great New York City summer tradition, all films are free for the public so grab your blanket, pack some snacks and head out to Bryant Park.
New York’s 16th Annual Rooftop Films Summer Series has just announced their line up for the 2012 season. This years programming will consist of 45 outdoor events, all featuring big crowds, live music, spectacular venues and the best new, independent and foreign films in the world. The Summer Series will run from May 11- August 18, with special events in September.
The Tribeca Film Festival has been a large platform for international films to be seen by the New York film community for the last 10 years. In a short time, the Tribeca film festival has been regarded as a premier festival that holds it’s own to other film festivals like, Cannes and Sundance. The annual festival that celebrates film, music and culture, is a creation of Hollywood produce Jane Rosenthal and actor, Robert De Niro.
The 16th annual Sephardic Jewish Film Festival will take place March 15- 22. The festival, that offers a unique look into the worldview and history of Sephardic Jews both in America and abroad, was the first Jewish film festival in New york City.
There are many cool spots all over NYC that are perfect for singles and couples. Whether you are looking for adventure, romantic rendezvous, low key, or something totally different, it’s not very hard to find in this great city. There are many unique Art Houses, Cinema’s, Park’s and of course Restaurant’s that can make your choice of where to go on a date in New York City interesting.
The 5th Annual Other Israel Film Festival, started today and will take place until Nov 17. The festival uses documentary films to foster social awareness and cultural understanding of the diversity of the state of Israel.
New York’s Documentary Festival will feature over 85 films and events, including world premiers, parties and panels, with filmmakers in person at most screenings. The DOC NYC festival celebrates documentary storytelling in film, photography, prose and other media. The festival runs from Nov. 2-10, 2011 and takes place around the area of Washington Square at principle locations, IFC Center and NYU’s Kimmel Center.
The New York Film Festival has been a platform to showcase the work of some of the world’s most creative and talented film makers. Since 1963, the festival has seen films from Martin Scorsese, Pedro Almodóvar, Rainer Werner Fassbinder, François Truffaut, Jean-Luc Godard and Alain Resnais.
The 17 day festival organized by the The Film Society of Lincoln Center will be held on September 30 to October 16th. This year’s NYFF will offer opportunities to see more films & filmmakers than ever before. Browse the full film schedule.
River Flicks is part of the great outdoor film festivals that the city has to offer. The event is Free and so is the pop corn so get ready as the shows start at dusk (usually around 8:30pm). Enjoy movies under the stars on Manhattan’s west side waterfront from July 16 – August17!
July 6 -The Social Network
July 13-Easy A
July 20-The Kids Are All Right
July 27-The Other Guys
August 3-The Fighter
August 10-Scott Pilgrim vs. the World
August 17-The Town
Pier 63, W23rd St. at the Hudson River
If you are looking for an evening of family entertainment with the kids, you can take them to pier 46 and watch all ages movies there.
July 8-The Karate Kid (2010 Version) PG
July 15-Despicable Me PG
July 22-The Princess Bride PG
July 29-Toy Story 3 G
August 5-How to Train Your Dragon PG
August 12-Shrek Forever After PG
August 19-Tangled PG
Pier 46, Charles St. at the Hudson River