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The film adaptation starring John Hurt will play at five theaters in the city, on the anniversary of the day Winston Smith began his forbidden diary.
Including dim sum dishes inspired by John Carpenter's 1986 cult classic Big Trouble In Little China.
Nitehawk anticipates 12 months of renovations, which means the new theater will open in late 2017.
A little bit of Brooklyn has been saved.
Nitehawk Cinema's Film Feast series tackles the 1971 Academy Award-winning classic, bringing out dishes timed to when they're relevant to the action on the screen.
How quietly can you eat Shrimp & Polenta and crostini topped with burrata?
The owner of Nitehawk Cinema purchased a 10,000-square-foot space in Bushwick last week, perhaps indicating plans to expand the popular food-and-a-movie concept beyond Williamsburg borders.
Nitehawk is hosting a free outdoor movie series on the grounds of the former Domino Sugar Factory.
Or you can just go to Texarkana for some mud soup.
Multi-talented musician, actor, filmmaker and artist John Lurie resurfaced in Williamsburg last night at the screening of his early nineties cult-hit TV show, Fishing with John.
Williamsburg is suddenly bursting at the seams with cinema—and in most of these places you can wash down your Bunuel with a Brooklyn Lager. Here's a guide to the five best places to watch.
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