New Plaza Cinema will be presenting a number of screenings at New York Institute of Technology this weekend. Included will be a screening of Apollo 11, in honor of the 50th anniversary of the first moon landing (on July 20th, 1969).
Another way to commemorate the moon landing’s anniversary, by the way, is to check out SpaceFest at the American Museum of Natural History on Saturday, July 20th. It runs from 11am-6pm, so you can check out both SpaceFest and a few of the films below.
Here are the films being shown this weekend:Saturday, July 20th
- 1:00pm Apollo 11
- 3:00pm The Last Black Man in San Francisco
- 5:30pm The White Crow
- 8:15pm Nureyev
Sunday, July 21st
- 1:00pm The Biggest Little Farm
- 3:00pm Nureyev
- 5:15pm Loving Vincent & The Impossible Dream: The Making of Loving Vincent (w/ filmmaker Q&A)
- 8:30pm Echo in the Canyon
General admin is $15. Senior and student tickets are $12. The NYIT Auditorium is located at 1871 Broadway, between 61st and 62nd Streets.
More events you might like:
- Summer Concerts at Richard Tucker Park
- Art + Music For Kids at the Hippo Playground
- Lincoln Center Out of Doors (starting July 24th!)
- Rolling Loud NYC
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