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The 7th annual Bam Cinemafest in Brooklyn, returns with of 35 of this year’s most daring and innovative independent films. More info.
In the late 1950s, sumptuous black and white met CinemaScope, producing movies that married the dramatic chiaroscuro of monochrome with the expressive freedom of the widescreen frame. In other words, if you love classic black and white movies, this is the place to be! More info
From “High Noon” to “Die Hard”, lots of classic flicks showing outside at Brooklyn Bridge Park. More information and schedule.
The 15th annual, cultural and economic revival event of Lower Manhattan—known as the Tribeca Film Festival, provides a platform for innovative filmmakers to present their latest work. The 2015 program will feature films of all types and colors: from hopeful blockbusters, provocative documentaries, foreign films, shorts and free outdoor screenings. Get tickets and more info!
Music aficionados and musicians will enjoy this one. A wonderful film about the unsung heroes, the studio musicians also known as the Wrecking Crew, behind all the greatest hits from headliners like Nat “King” Cole, Frank Sinatra, The Byrds and The Beach Boys. More info.