Please Don't Tell - East Village - New York, NY Mind Tools - Management Training, Leadership Training and Career Training 16th Annual DUMBO Arts Festival Transforms Land, Water and Sky into Massive Arts Playground » New Yorkled State of Mind Over 225,000 people expected for three-day free arts extravaganza in DUMBO DUMBO, Brooklyn (September 6, 2012) – From huge projections across historic buildings and the Manhattan Bridge to interactive performances in Brooklyn Bridge Park to whimsical art floating on the East River, the 16th Annual Dumbo Arts Festival will offer a free feast for the senses from September 28-30, 2012, organizers announced today. This year’s schedule, which was unveiled by organizers today, cements the Dumbo Arts Festival as one of the city’s largest and most ambitious arts events. Over three days, an expected 225,000 art-lovers will experience extraordinary art by more than 500 artists from around the world. The 16th Annual Dumbo Arts FestivalFriday, September 28th to Sunday, September 30thFriday, September 28th – 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, September 29th – 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday, September 30th – 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. All outdoor projections are open from 6 p.m. to midnight all three nights. Cost: Free
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Schedule | Rooftop Films 2012 Summer Series There are no upcoming shows for this series. Go to the Rooftop Films homepage to discover more independent movies. The Old American Can Factory Gowanus, Brooklyn BATTLE FOR BROOKLYN follows the story of reluctant activist Daniel Goldstein as he struggles to save his home and community from being demolished to make way for a... The IFC Center New York City Rooftop Films is proud to partner with Fangoria, IFC Midnight, and Films in Australia to present a special free screening of this exciting new thriller, a... Submit your movies! On-stage conversation with Don Hertzfeldt at all shows! Solar One Kips Bay, Manhattan Celebrate Earth Day under the stars. Fusebox (Austin TX) Austin, TX An omnibus of short films about our solar system, commissioned and created by Cinemad and Rooftop Films. The roof of New Design High School (formerly Open Road) Lower East Side, Manhattan At Rooftop, we have always envisioned our Opening Night show as a rebellion against stale cinematic forms and status quo stories. Ft.
Central Park Film Festival Guide | New York City Travel on About More:NYC Outdoor Summer Movie Screenings Since making its film debut in Romeo & Juliet in 1908, Central Park has been featured in over 250 films. 2013 marks the 11th year for the Central Park Film Festival and this year's movies will all represent different genres and be voted on by people, in honor of "the People's Park" where the film festival takes place. Cast Your Vote by June 23, 2013 to help pick this year's films! Movies begin at 8 p.m. on the landscape north of Sheep Meadow behind the cafe (mid-park at 69th Street) in Central Park. Gates open at 6:30 p.m. Directions: Enter Central Park at 72nd Street on Fifth Avenue or Central Park West (Central Park Map) Official Website: www.centralparknyc.org/filmfestival 2013 Central Park Film Festival Schedule Thursday, August 22: Classic Film Friday, August 23: Family Film Saturday, August 24: Romantic Comedy Sunday, August 25: Horror Monday, August 26: Adventure
Brooklyn Bridge Movies with a View 2012 Film Screenings | New York City Travel on About Updated June 18, 2013 More:All NYC Outdoor Summer Movie Listings Brooklyn Bridge Movies With a View 2013 will take place on the Harbor View Lawn at Pier 1 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. All movie screenings take place in the Brooklyn Bridge Park which is easily accessible via subway, water taxi and car. Movies With a View Website Thursday, July 11Ferris Bueller's Day Off (PG-13) Short: Creep by Sharif Anthony DJ: Still Life Thursday, July 18Enter the Dragon (R) Short: Catnip: Egress to Oblivion by Jason Willis DJ: Hahn Solo Thursday, July 19Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory (R) Short: Irish Folk Furniture by Tony Donoghue DJ: Ayres Thursday, August 18 Mile (R) Short: Until the Quiet Comes by Kahlil Joseph DJ: Who Am I Thursday, August 8Roman Holiday (NR) Short: How She Slept At Night by Lilli Carré DJ: $mall ¢hange Thursday, August 15Rocky (PG) Short: Marcel, King of Tervuren by Tom Schroeder DJ: Emch Thursday, August 22Vertigo (PG) Short: My Favorite Picture of You by Dan Lindsay and T.J.
River Flicks - Free Movie Screenings on the Hudson River - Summer 2012 More:NYC Outdoor Summer Movie Screenings Movies begin at sundown (about 8-8:30 p.m.) Free popcorn is available, beverages and other snacks are available for purchase. There is a limited amount of seating available. Hudson River Park's River Flicks Website RiverFlicks for Kids The 2013 RiverFlicks for Kids features new and classic films for children and families.Movies take place at Pier 46 (Charles Street/Hudson River). RiverFlicks for Grown-ups The 2013 RiverFlicks for Grown-ups features bands of heroes and bands of singers.Movies take place on the Pier 63 lawn (22nd-24th Street/Hudson River).