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Last Minute Weekend Suggestions; Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

The highlight of the weekend is the Brooklyn Heights Association’s annual Landmark House and Garden Tour, to be held this Saturday, May 10 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.. Houses on display this year range from an 1820s vintage Federal style frame house (photo; by Judith Angel) to a condo in a recently converted parking garage. […]

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Brooklyn Heights Resident Billy Kent’s ‘Hairbrained’ Premieres At Brooklyn Film Festival

The Brooklyn Film Festival, which runs now through June 9 at indieScreen & Windmill Studios NYC (287 & 289 Kent Avenue), will feature Hairbrained from director Billy Kent, who lives in Brooklyn Heights. While tonight’s (5/31) screening is sold out, there are tickets available for its showing on June 7. Brendan Fraser and Parker Posey star.

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Last Minute Weekend Suggestions

Tomorrow evening (Friday, June 1) the Brooklyn Film Festival starts at the Brooklyn Heights Cinema with screenings of Brooklyn Castle (8:00 p.m., Cinema 2, sold out) and Rose (photo) (8:30 p.m., Cinema 1, tickets available through the Festival website linked above). The Festival continues through the weekend, the following week and weekend, finishing on Sunday, […]

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Sideways Smart Cars Cause Controversy on Henry Street

McBrooklyn reports on a Smart Car parking dust up Monday in front of the Brooklyn Heights Cinema.  The lil “critters” were parked in front of the theater as part of a promotion around the Brooklyn Film Festival happening there this week.  Mickey B picks it up from there: The idea was to show how the […]

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Guest Blog: Judson Morgan, His Heights Based Film Debuts at Brooklyn Film Fest May 31

Title: The Collective, indie film shot in Brooklyn Heights, premieres at Brooklyn Film Fest May 31st. This independent thriller was the brain-child of married couple Kelly Overton and Judson Pearce Morgan while they lived on Clark Street. Taking walks on the promenade at dusk gave them the idea to set an entire sequence of the […]

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