Hey, locavore cinephiles, have we got the the film series for you! Tonight is the first night of BAMcinématek's "Brooklyn Close-Up" series, a celebration of 90 years of the borough's film history, and they're kicking if off with the most badass Brooklyn movie of all time: The Warriors.

See the boys from Coney Island come out to plaay-yaay tonight, with a special introduction from actor David Patrick Kelly, who plays the villainous Luther, in his first public appearance ever for the film. If gang wars aren't your thing, don't worry—BAMcinématek has 12 more months of Brooklyn-centric programming coming your way. Here's a look at the full lineup, with dates TBD over the next several months. As an added bonus, Brooklyn Brewery is sponsoring the series, which translates to: free beer after the show!

  • Bay Ridge: John Badham’s Saturday Night Fever (1977)
  • Bedford-Stuyvesant: Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing (1989); William Friedkin’s The French Connection (1971); Michael Campus’ The Education of Sonny Carson (1974)
  • Bensonhurst: Paul Morrissey’s Spike Of Bensonhurst (1988)
  • Brighton Beach: James Gray’s Two Lovers (2008)
  • Brooklyn Heights: Peter Yates’ For Pete’s Sake (1974), Michael Winner’s The Sentinel (1977)
  • Brownsville & East New York: Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas (1989)
  • Carroll Gardens: Norman Jewison’s Moonstruck (1987); Ronald Bronstein’s Frownland (2007)
  • Coney Island: Harold Lloyd’s Speedy (1928); Morris Engel’s The Little Fugitive (1953); Eugène Lourié’s The Beast from 20,000 Fathoms (1953); Walter Hill’s The Warriors (1979)
  • Crown Heights: Jim McKay’s Our Song (2000)
  • DUMBO: Sergio Leone’s Once Upon A Time in America (1982)
  • Flatbush: Alan J. Pakula’s Sophie’s Choice (1982)
  • Fort Greene: Ryan Fleck’s Half Nelson (2007); Spike Lee’s She’s Gotta Have It (1986)
  • Gravesend: Sidney Lumet’s Dog Day Afternoon (1975) (But shot in Windsor Terrace)
  • Park Slope: Hal Ashby’s The Landlord (1970); Wayne Wang’s Smoke (1995); Noah Baumbach’s The Squid and the Whale (2005); Aaron Katz’s Quiet City (2007)
  • Red Hook: William Lustig’s Vigilante (1983) Also Greenpoint; Uli Edel’s Last Exit to Brooklyn (1989)
  • Williamsburg: Elia Kazan’s A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1945); Andrew Bujalski’s Mutual Appreciation (2005)
  • Neighborhood Unidentified: Wes Craven’s Vampire in Brooklyn (1995)