"Hiroshima Mon Amour" and "Alien" are just two of the films coming back to the big screen this week.
We show you where to catch movies every day of the week.
"The Life of Brian," "Clue" and "The Breakfast Club" are all screening this week.
Darren Aronofsky will discuss his work Sept. 30 as part of the museum's Stuart Regen Visionaries Series.
"New York on Location" will take place Sept. 21 at the backlot at Kaufman Astoria Studios.
The weekend's most interesting events are here for you in one handy guide.
The Brooklyn Heights Cinema is being forced to leave its current venue by the building's new owner.
There will be endless flicks, a happy hour, yoga stretch and midnight snacks at the movie all-nighter.
Alan's Alley Video will reopen in a new Chelsea spot, the owner said.
Residents will be able to watch a series of free films in several neighborhood parks.
The festival is currently accepting submissions, and will run from Oct. 16 to 19.
The 18,000-square-foot stage will be the eighth for the studios, now part of an arts district.
The DUMBO theater is catering to the neighborhood's growing art community.
The fundraiser for the film, set on an Astoria basketball court, will engage local the arts community.
Automatic Studios teaches kids everything from developing a script to editing and adding visual effects.
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