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Brooklyn Exhibition Spaces

Updated October 12, 2010

As part of Movie City Brooklyn, Nick Dawson takes a trip around some of the most interesting places to catch a movie in the New York borough.

Slide 1: Introduction
Slide 2: Brooklyn Independent Cinema Series
Slide 3: indieScreen
Slide 4: reRun Gastropub Theater
Slide 5: Movies with a View
Slide 6: Summer Screen
Slide 7: Rooftop Films
Slide 8: BAMCinematek @ BAM
Slide 1: Introduction

Slide 1: Introduction

Brooklyn, the setting for Focus Features’ comedy It’s Kind of a Funny Story and also the home of its writer-directors Ryan Fleck and Anna Boden, is arguably the hippest of the five boroughs and is a hub of filmmaking talent. However, it’s not only great movies and their makers that are to be found there, it’s also a great place to see cinema of all kinds. In the following slideshow, we look at some of the most interesting film exhibition spaces in Brooklyn, from the movie theater-cum-eatery indieScreen, which opened in summer 2010, through to the Brooklyn Academy of Music, an arts venue that has been in existence since 1861.