RAIN DATE: FREE OUTDOOR SCREENING OF MOONRISE KINGDOM
Rescheduled from earlier this summer, the Brooklyn Borough President’s Office along with Prospect Park Alliance and Nitehawk Cinema present a free screening of MOONRISE KINGDOM as part of “A Summer Movie Under the Stars,” in Prospect Park’s Long Meadow North.
Live entertainment at 7pm and movie shortly after sundown. The event is free and open to the public. Located at Prospect Park’s Long Meadow North.
Screens: Sep 16-Oct 1
REPRESENTATION presents three brand new independent releases by female filmmakers (one documentary, THE LAST LAUGH, and two narrative features, WOMEN WHO KILL and SIGNATURE MOVE) that employ comedy to tackle stories that include the holocaust, suspected murder, and coming out to one’s mother. There’s also luchadores.
Screens: Sep 2-Oct 1
Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft’s short story “From Beyond,” the collection of films in MISKATONIC UNIVERSITY reveal horrifying, parallel worlds that exist amongst our everyday reality. From the camp to the classic with some unexpected inclusions, the month-long BOOZE & BOOKS series also shows the enigmatic writer’s profound influence on horror film.
Screens: Sep 8-29
Sex, Violence and Cel Paint
Every year, Nitehawk offers up the rare chance to catch four anime classics lit up large on the big screen. From mind-bending psychedelia to stomach-churning ultra-violence, Anime After Dark explores overlooked and undersung anime oddities that push the limits of good sense and good taste. After all, who can say no to sex, violence and cel paint?