COMING DEC. 26


IN THE SPIRIT OF LINCOLN PLAZA

 

NEW PLAZA CINEMA TO SCREEN

THE BEST 2018 AWARD-SEASON FILMS

 

NEW YORK INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

BROADWAY AT 62nd STREET

DEC. 26 TO FEB. 3

 

Carrying forward the legacy of the much-loved Lincoln Plaza Cinema, New Plaza Cinema has chosen a new venue to screen its top holiday lineup of films: the elegant, state-of-the-art 260-seat screening room at the New York Institute of Technology, Broadway at 62nd Street.

New Plaza Cinema will screen three or four films a day from Dec. 26 to Feb. 3. This film program will consist of shortlisted and award-winning films – a selection of recent winners of national critics’ award and Academy Award contenders. They will include several critically acclaimed features:

Can You Ever Forgive Me?

Boy Erased

The Old Man and the Gun

First Reformed

New Plaza will also show several highly praised documentaries:

Free Solo

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

Maria by Callas

Three Identical Strangers

It also has special plans to screen the exceptional – and highly controversial – Last Tango in Paris by the master filmmaker Bernardo Bertolucci, who died on Nov. 26.  Other special showings are to be announced.

New Plaza Cinema is pleased to welcome its close cultural community to this special festival of fine 2018 films. We gladly welcome community members who have recently discovered the treasures of fine independent films.

 

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