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Lights, camera, action! Williamsburg’s newest moviehouse premieres

Williamsburg: It’s the premiere of the biggest blockbuster of the holiday film season: Williamsburg’s brand new multiplex. Comments (8)

They score! Band plays music over films

If a film screens without a soundtrack, does it make a noise? Comment

Time wizards

Williamsburg: Stranger than fiction? Yeah, right. Comment

A white Russian Christmas

Williamsburg: This holiday season you can relive the nostalgic, cartoon-filled Saturday mornings of your youth by indulging in a spiked bowl of Fruity Pebbles at a cartoon and cocktail event. Comment

Black dolls are beautiful: Film explores race and childrens toys

Eat your heart out, Barbie. Comments (1)
Audiences had plenty to heckle when watching a new documentary about the borough’s rapid gentrification — and that’s not because they didn’t like the film. Comments (9)
Photo Galleries: A second Warriors movie has made the arduous journey to Coney Island. Comments (22)
Williamsburg: The Ben Affleck flop tops an impressive list of Hollywood stinkers we love to hate. Comment

Two fests one weekend

Two fests one weekend

The line between Williamsburg and Greenpoint continues to blur, but two film festivals are bringing the two nabes head-to-head on one weekend this month. Comments (7)

Movies with a brew! Park Slope’s Pavilion wants to serve beer, cocktails

Park Slope: A Park Slope movie theater is hoping to pack the house with a blockbuster coming attraction: booze. Comments (10)
Brooklyn Heights: The owner of a beloved independent movie theater in Brooklyn Heights wants to convert his business into not-for-profit enterprise in an attempt to gain staying power in an evolving, digital-centric industry that favors multiplexes over tiny cinemas. Comments (3)

In these films, Carroll Gardens is the backdrop — and neighbors are the cast

Carroll Gardens: These movies give new meaning to the term “blockbuster.” Comment
Brooklyn Heights: Try some potato knishes and kvell over this light-hearted film at the Brooklyn Heights Cinema. Comments (3)

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