Brooklyn Heights Cinema Showcases ‘Rumur Films’ Thursdays In May

The Brooklyn Heights Cinema will showcase the “Rumur Films Retrospective” each Thursday evening in May, featuring five flicks by Michael Galinsky and Suki Hawley, the pair behind Brooklyn-based production studio Rumur.

Galinsky & Hawley have been making innovative social documentaries for two decades, including 2011’s “Battle for Brooklyn” (showing at BHC May 31), a 93-minute doc that, according to New York magazine, shows “how Atlantic Yards used the pretense of democracy to enrich the powerful, but also energized actual citizens to fight the good fight.” Their other films comprise 1994’s “Half-Cocked” (May 3), 1999’s “Radiation” (May 10), 2002’s “Horns and Halos” (May 17) and 2005’s “Code 33” (May 24).

Kenn Lowy’s Brooklyn Heights Cinema is located at 70 Henry Street. More information is available here, with synopses of their films here.

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