The weekend starts early at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, with two special events tonight (Thursday, October 24). There will be a sneak preview at 9:15 p.m. of Robert Redford’s new solo turn, All is Lost. Before that, starting at 7:30 p.m. there will be a unique artistic event, Now Playing, I and II:
Light artists Gibson + Recoder facilitate a site-specific installation by activating an interactive exercise in “parallel editing” between Brooklyn Heights Cinema’s theaters I & II. Audience participation will be solicited to “edit” and thus “co-produce” this cinematic experiment by creatively connecting simultaneous theaters projecting simultaneous coming attractions NOW PLAYING.
Today at 5:00 p.m. will be your last chance to see Lake Bell’s In a World. Starting Friday and continuing through the weekend and the following week the Cinema will be showing All is Lost and Enough Said.
On Sunday at 1:00-6:00 p.m., the Brooklyn Historical Society will present “‘Surveillance’ Films: UNESCO’s World Day for AV Heritage.” The program includes “rarely seen films including 1960 CIA footage, archival films from Tibetan Envoy Mission (1979), and ‘Les Girls’, Beryl Sokoloff’s look at NY’s streetwalkers (1980).” The event takes place in the Society’s Great Hall, entrance at 128 Pierrepont Street (corner of Clinton). Admission is free but you must reserve tickets here. Looking ahead, on Tuesday, October 29 at 6:30 p.m., also in the Great Hall, there will be a “Brooklyn on Brooklyn” discussion between choreographer Mark Morris and fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi. Admission is $10, but free for BHS members; get tickets here. On Wednesday, October 30 at 6;30 p.m. BHS will present “One Year Later: Superstorm Sandy”:
On the one-year anniversary hear from those whose daily lives continue to be impacted, including a homeowner from Canarsie, a NYCHA resident from Red Hook, a business owner (Buzzy O’Keeffe, The River Cafe), and a Coney Island first responder. Sandy Storyline and BHS Director of Oral History also participate. Co-presented with the Brooklyn Community Foundation.
Bargemusic has three “Masterworks” concerts this weekend. Friday evening at 7:00 you can hear works by works by Mozart, Brahms, Sibelius, and Einar Englund performed on cello and piano. On Saturday evening at 7:00 there will be works by Schumann, Brahms, and Beethoven, also on cello and piano. Sunday’s concert at 4:00 p.m. features works by Beethoven and Schubert on violin and piano. On Saturday afternoon at 3:00 there will be a free, family oriented “Music in Motion” concert, program and musicians TBA. The doors open at 2:30; it’s first come, first seated. More information and buy tickets here.