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Construction for Brooklyn Heights Cinema Slated for Spring

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle reports that construction on the property at the corner of Orange and Henry is due to begin this spring. The developers who plan to turn Brooklyn Heights’ shuttered movie theater into condos expect to start construction in spring 2016 and complete the job in fall 2017, according to Colin Lieu, who handles […]

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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 […]

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Will Someone Buy the Heights Cinema Building to Preserve It?

Kate Briquelet’s Brooklyn Paper story quotes Brooklyn Heights Cinema owner Kenn Lowy as saying he has “received e-mails from people interested in buying the building.” The Brooklyn Paper: “There are a lot of people who want to keep it around,” said Lowy, who hopes to find a new home for the theater if the building […]

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Battle for Brooklyn Returns to Heights Cinema

The critically acclaimed documentary film Battle for Brooklyn will return to the Heights Cinema, Henry and Orange streets, this Wednesday, July 6, to begin a one week run every evening starting at 7:15. At the first two showings, this Wednesday and Thursday, the filmmakers, Mike Galinsky and Suki Hawley, along with Daniel Goldstein, who led […]

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PS8 PTA to Screen Oscar Winning Short Film

Want a good way to chase your tax filing blues? The New Tenants, directed and produced, respectively, by Heights residents and PS 8 parents Joachim Back and Mette Ambro, winner of this year’s academy award for Best Live Action Short, will be screened on the evening of April 15 at Brooklyn Heights Cinema, 70 Henry […]

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