|Friday, October 16th, 2009|
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|Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009|
|Wednesday, October 18th, 2006|
Come support Independent Cinema!
“The Thrill is Gone,” Shot in 25 days on a
budget of $7,000 with a 2 person crew, “The Thrill Is Gone”
is the story of an Italian born jazz musician, his struggle with addiction
and his fight to find himself.
New York Screenings: Village East Cinemas 181 2nd Ave at 12th St.
11/10 2pm, screen 7
Tickets $12 HOW TO PURCHASE TICKETS ONLINE:
You can purchase Tickets by clicking the tickets icon (TKTS) next to
the title, "The Thrill Is Gone" on the film schedule at www.nyfilmvideo.com This will take you to the appropriate Ticketweb page.
Or, go to Ticketweb’s site at: www.ticketweb.com and type in "The Thrill Is Gone" under ‘search events by keyword’ in the purple box reading: ‘To
buy tickets, start here.’ You can also call Ticketweb at 1-866-468-7619.
Tickets are $12.
Thank you and sorry for the cross-post Current Mood: excited
|Thursday, May 26th, 2005|
The New York Film
Academy invites you and a guest to our In-D
May 26, 2005 (Thursday) at
New York film Academy- Union
100 East 17th St (corner of Park Avenue)
New York, NY
Please rsvp to </font>firstname.lastname@example.org.
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|Sunday, December 5th, 2004|
Free screening and party for Wesley Snipes Blade Trinity.
For the free screening and party for the Wesley Snipes Blade Trinity film just pick up a free Village Voice paper. For entery,bring the ad (no photocopies accepted) to Regal Union Square Stadium 14 no later than 10pm on Tuesday,December 7th loc on 850 Broadway at 13th st. The party start immediately after the screening at the Lit Lounge on 93 2nd ave bet. 5th and 6th st and enjoy the Vamp Nrg Drink and Dracola and Movie givaways while supplies last.
|Friday, November 12th, 2004|
Spongebob Squarepants the Movie
Send an email to email@example.com and they will automatically email you a ticket for you and a guest to watch Spongebob Squarepants tomorow at the Lowes theatre nearUnion Square.
|Thursday, October 21st, 2004|
Free drive in Movie screening in Brooklyn,NYC.
The Guerilla Drive In is happening on the 23th and the 30th of Oct. It is a Sat. The film "12" by Lawrence Bridges will be screened courtesy of the Guerilla Drive In. Info on "12" can be found on www.12.tv. Directions can be found on www.12.tv next to the New York show dates click on the word MAP for a link that will show where screening is. Screening is at 9pm advertised. The Guerilla Drive In happens in a parking lot in an industrial part of town. The film is projected onto a big white wall via a digital projector on the roof of the projectionist's car. The audio/soundtrack put out through a fm transmitter into your car stereo. Everything is powered by a generator. Who says filmmakers must bow down, obey and jump through studio hoops for thier independent film to be enjoyed by independent film lovers? Not the Guerilla Drive In and not 12. What will be asked of you? Absolutley nothing. Just come enjoy some independent cinema. The location is 171 Prospect Avenue Brooklyn NY 11215
Go and enjoy the free independent film screening.
|Monday, October 11th, 2004|
FREE SPECIAL MIDNIGHT MANHATTAN SCREENING OF THE GRUDE.
Columbia Pictures and the Village Voice invite you to
WIZARD'S SPECIAL MIDNIGHT MANHATTAN SCREENING
ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19TH OF: THE GRUDGE
APPEARANCES BY SARAH MICHELLE GELLAR AND JASON BEHR
From producers Sam Raimi (the director of such classics as The Evil Dead and Darkman and the blockbusters Spider-Man® and Spider-Man® 2), Rob Tapert (The Gift, The Evil Dead) and Taka Ichise (Ringu and Dark Water) comes a terrifyingly real horror thriller, The Grudge, starring Sarah Michelle Gellar and based on the Japanese hit JU-ON: The Grudge.
The Grudge is the curse of one who dies in the grip of a powerful rage. Those who encounter this murderous supernatural curse die and a new one is born - passed like a virus in an endless, growing chain of horror.
TO RSVP and obtain theater location,
PLEASE CALL (212) 833 - 7517 Monday - Friday 10AM - 5PM.
Please arrive early as seating is limited and on a first-come, first served basis. Screening is overbooked to ensure capacity. This e-mail does not guarantee admission, is non-transferable and is not redeemble for cash
Come dressed as your favorite JU-ON character and win the chance to have your photo taken w/ the stars.
THE GRUDGE COMES TO THEATERS ON OCTOBER 22ND!
The place is Clearview. The Location is 333 WEST 23ST Between 8AVE AND 9AVE. You must rsvp to go the screening.
|Saturday, September 25th, 2004|
|Friday, September 17th, 2004|
Advanced screening of "Alfie" starring Jude Law and Marisa Tomei [contest]
|Tuesday, September 14th, 2004|
Free drive in movie screening in Brooklyn,NYC
The Guerilla Drive In is happening on the 18th and the 25th of Sept. It is a Sat. The film "12" by Lawrence Bridges will be screened courtesy of the Guerilla Drive In. Info on "12" can be found on www.12.tv. Directions can be found on www.12.tv next to the New York show dates click on the word MAP for a link that will show where screening is. Screening is at 9pm advertised. The Guerilla Drive In happening in a parking lot in an industrial part of town. The film is projected onto a big white wall via a digital projector on the roof of the projectionist's car. The audio/soundtrack put out through a fm transmitter into your car stereo. Everything is powered by a generator. Who says filmmakers must bow down, obey and jump through studio hoops for thier independent film to be enjoyed by independent film lovers? Not the Guerilla Drive In and not 12. What will be asked of you? Absolutley nothing. Just come enjoy some independent cinema. It will taking place on 328 10th St Brooklyn NYC 11215-3913 US.
Come and enjoy the free independent film screening.
|Thursday, August 26th, 2004|
Suspect Zero--how was it?
I, myself, was not able to go to the screening. For those who asked for the email,I forwarded it to you. So, did you guys get into the screening? Was it any good?
|Wednesday, August 25th, 2004|
see previous entry
Just a word to those planning on going to the Suspect Zero screening, arrive EARLY!!!
"Suspect Zero" free screening tonight!!
The Suspect Zero Screening will take place on Wednesday, August 25, 2004 at 7PM at Loews 19th Street located at 19th and Broadway.
Please make sure that you arrive at the theater no later than 6:30 PM. Seating is NOT guaranteed, so please make sure you arrive early.
If you're interested, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
There's an email you must print out to use as entrance to the screening. I have it and I will forward it to you if you'd like.
|Saturday, August 21st, 2004|
|Monday, August 16th, 2004|
free screening info
Hi I am new here and would like some info on how to get tickets to free movie screenings.
Thanks Current Mood: chipper
|Wednesday, August 4th, 2004|
Attention loyal NYC Community Group members:
If you want a pass for you and a guest to see "Danny Deckchair" on Monday, August 9th at Regal Union Square Cinemas, purchase the latest TimeOut NY magazine and rip out the invitation in the Film Section. It's just as simple as that.
By the way, did anyone see any of this week or last weeks free movies via this Community? Feel free to post your review here.
|Tuesday, July 27th, 2004|
Stander, Little Black Book, Code 46, and Open Water screenings
1) If you want to see the movie "Stander", email "email@example.com" with your name and daytime phone number ASAP. The screening is on Tuesday, August 3rd.
2) If you want to see "Little Black Book" on Wednesday, August 4th, email "Rsvpsony@hotmail.com" with your name and address ASAP.
3) If you want to see "Code 46" on Thursday, August 5th, go to "http://www.villagevoice.com/giveaways/tickets_code46.php
" and fill in the info. It's a contest just like the above screenings.
4) If you want to see "Open Water" on Thursday, August 5th, just rip out the invitation located in the film section of the 7/28-8/10 issue of TimeOut New York. That will serve as a pass for you and your guest to the screening ( no photocopies though ).
So many movies, so little time!
Please remember that arriving early to these screenings is a MUST in order to get a seat. Hint: Early = AT LEAST 1 hour and 30 minutes before the showtime! If you arrive any time later than that, your chances of getting in get slimmer and slimmer. You'll see what I mean as you have more free screening experiences. Consider it a privaledge of being part of this Community to know what "early" really means.
See you at the movies and feel free to post any movie info or comments. Thank you.