Brooklyn's home for independent cinema with four screens showcasing the best new releases along with BAMcinématek, which features sneak previews, classics from cinema history, work by local artists, and festivals of films from around the world, often with special appearances.
Smaller screen and space than most cinemas, but the overall building is beautiful
One of my favorite places to see movies in the city. Full of pretentious hipsters (👋) and retired boomers, so the audiences are generally quiet.
Gorgeous theater. Consistently well-curated crop of movies, new and old. Their luscious buttery popcorn will almost make you forget about the uncomfortable seats. Almost.
A gorgeous space--I loved seeing SINGIN' IN THE RAIN on 35mm here. RIP Debbie Reynolds!
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