Tag: Cinema Arts Centre
Joel Grey, award-winning star of stage and screen, presents a special screening of "Cabaret," a 1972 film that featured his breakthrough role as the sexually ambiguous Emcee of a Berlin nightclub on the eve of Hitler's rise to power.
Move over, South Side of Chicago, the Long Island blues scene gets its due in 'Big Fish Blues,' a lively documentary about our own homegrown legends whose lives take this music to another place.
For those who don’t have access to Netflix but have been meaning to check out the streaming service’s powerful documentary “13th,” you’re in luck.
It was Ernie Morrison's role as Sunshine Sammy that helped make 'Our Gang' the most popular juvenile series ever filmed.
A stellar roster of literary luminaries plan to take the stage at Molloy College for the third annual Long Island LitFest on March 26!
The Cinema Arts Centre is screening a documentary about his performance of a lifetime at the third annual Isle of Wight music festival 46 summers ago.
Included in the ticket price is a reception with Ethiopian coffee and snacks, handmade Ethiopian jewelry and scarves, plus a speaker as well as a fundraiser for education for girls in Ethiopia.
Huntington's Cinema Arts Centre regularly hosts special events and screenings of foreign & independent movies, as opposed to commercial blockbusters. The venue's director of publicity, Raj Tawney, is dedicated to celebrating Hollywood's 'Golden Age' of film by honoring past classics and creating programs that feature legendary cinematic greats, such as legendary Hollywood agent Budd Burton Moss, as well as present-day festivals, such as the Gold Coast International Film Festival. Old and new film fans can therefore share "a reel experience" and enjoy the art of truly great filmmaking, together.
After Mzarek left the Navy, he’d gone to the London Film School but he returned to the States in 1968 after the assassinations of Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert Kennedy, saying recently that having a movie career at the time felt “kind of trivial.” Decades later Mrazek’s film career is finally taking off, thanks to the intervention of Fred Roos, who produced Francis Ford Coppola’s films and liked his script so much he wanted Mrazek to co-direct the movie.
Grace Potter, Dustin Lynch & Nate Ruess rock The Paramount, Albert Cummings hits YMCA Boulton Center, & Andrew W.K. attacks Revolution Bar, among so much more!
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