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Friday Night Film Noir: Side Street, 12/13

Friday Night Films is a new series from BPCA inviting movie lovers to screen and discuss classic and modern day cinema. Popcorn will be served, and a discussion will follow the screenings. All FREE!

Film Noir is a style of American crime film originating in the 1940’s. Often made on shoestring budgets, these low light, high intrigue detective stories are now regarded as classics from Hollywood’s Golden Age.


December 13th @6PM

Location: 6 River Terrace, Battery Park City NYC 10282

Cost: Free Event, RSVP here

Side Street – ( 1950, Anthony Mann) – is the story of a struggling mail carrier who steals an envelope of money from a corrupt attorney, which sets off a tumultuous turn of events culminating in a car chase filmed on the streets of lower Manhattan.

—————————————————————————————————————————————Please join us for BPCA’s Winter Friday Night Films: Art House Classics.

Art House cinema is characterized by independent filmmakers with uncompromising vision. This series features courageous films inspired by the civil rights movement:

Jan. 10th PUTNEY SWOPE  (1969, Robert Downey)
Feb. 7th  SHADOWS (1958, John Cassavetes)
March 13th THE HARDER THEY COME  (1972, Perry Henzell)

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