Showing posts with label Village East by Angelika. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Village East by Angelika. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 22, 2022

This week at the Village East: 'Goodfellas,' George Michael, Stanley Kubrick and Elvis

Top photo yesterday by Steven 

The Village East is back in action (as of last evening) after 11 days of screenings for the Tribeca Festival. 

The theater (Village East by Angelika) on 12th Street and Second Avenue closed after the business day on June 5 to prep for the festival... and the blank marquee that night prompted a few closure queries...
You can see "Goodfellas" and "George Michael Freedom Uncut" this week... not to mention a Stanley Kubrick retrospective. Baz Luhrmann's "Elvis" opens Thursday. And "The Duke," a pleasant caper, moves over here on Friday after a run at the Angelika mothership on Houston. There are other films too.

Find showtimes here.

June 5 photo by EVG after making it through "Everything Everywhere All at Once."

Sunday, January 16, 2022

Monday night movie classics coming to the Village East by Angelika

The Village East by Angelika is launching a monthly "iconic classics" series on Monday nights at the theater on 12th Street and Second Avenue.

Up first: "2001: A Space Oddessy" in 70mm ... in the large Jaffe Art auditorium ... showing two times tomorrow night: 7 and 10:15.

Upcoming films include "Breakfast at Tiffany's" (Feb. 14), the Spencer Tracy and Ingrid Bergman version of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (March 14) and "The Wizard of Oz" (April 11).

Find tickets and showtimes at this link

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

Tuesday's parting shots

Photos by Stacie Joy 

Letter-changing day today at the Village East by Angelika on Second Avenue at 12th Street...
And opening on Thanksgiving: P.T. Anderson's "Licorice Pizza" in 70MM.

Thursday, March 4, 2021

It's nearly show time as NYC theaters prep for reopening

After being dark for nearly a year, movie theaters in NYC are permitted to reopen tomorrow at 25-percent capacity. 

However, don't expect to see all of the local movie houses up and running right away. 

Here's what to expect, starting with the Village East Cinema on Second Avenue at 12th Street (marquee photo above by Doug) ... which will have a new name... Before the pandemic, the Village East Cinema showed movies that originally opened at the Angelika Film Center. Plus, the Village East Cinema is owned by City Cinemas, a branch of Reading International. The Angelika is also under the Reading International umbrella. So they're keeping it all in the Reading family.

Find the cinema's website here

Elsewhere in the downtown film community... (and masks are required to be theaters)...

• Angelika Film Center., Houston Street. Opening on March 5. Website here

Anthology Film Archives, Second Avenue at Second Street. No reopening date. Will continue with virtual cinema. 

Cinema Village, 12th Street. The small theater is hoping to reopen around April 1, per the Post

Film Forum, East Houston. Opening on April 2.

IFC Center. Opening on March 5. And per IndieWire: "Mandatory mask-wearing at all times, no concession sales, and no eating and drinking allowed in theaters." 

• Loews Village 7, Third Avenue at 11th Street. Opening March 5. Website here

Metrograph, Ludlow Street. No reopening date yet. Will continue with virtual programming. 

• Regal Cinemas, Union Square and Essex Crossing. No return date just yet

Quad Cinema, 13th Street. Opening on March 5. (Updated)