The Washington Heights Film Class is hosted by Greg Robinson, the film critic for "The Jewish Week." Each month, the class shows screenings of films from several different genres and cultures. Discussions are held before and after each film.

The theme of the 2013 film class is “Dealer’s Choice: Hidden Gems and Teacher’s Pets,” films that are of high quality but that never found a large audience. June's screening is "Mid-August Lunch," a 2008 film by director Gianni Di Gregorio. The film class summaries the film saying, "Gianni Di Gregorio decides to make a few pennies on summer by taking his friends' elderly mothers as boarders."

Membership to the Washington Heights Film Class is $100 for 10 classes or $15 per class. Seniors can get a 10-class membership for $75.