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Alamo Drafthouse Brooklyn

The Downtown Brooklyn Alamo Drafthouse will be open for business starting Friday, October 28 featuring a program of new releases and classic film events. Iconic special guests, co-presenting collaborations, new signature screening series and just great movies all feature as part of Alamo Drafthouse Downtown Brooklyn’s grand opening program.

Alamo Drafthouse Downtown Brooklyn will open with a full slate of first run features, everything from the latest blockbusters, like Marvel’s DOCTOR STRANGE (with advance ticket options that include Mondo-designed enamel pins and pint glasses) and FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM, to the newest buzzworthy titles like THE HANDMAIDEN and WE ARE X, the latest documentary from the Oscar® winning team behind SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN about the world’s biggest rock ‘n’ roll band you’ve never heard of… yet. Later this season, the Alamo will be create experiences around this year’s Oscar contenders featuring post-movie live jazz sets in the House of Wax bar after screenings of LA LA LAND and a special Indian menu featuring fresh fried jalebi and curries inspired by LION.

One of the programming centerpieces is the “New in Town” series, spotlighting movies about, appropriately enough, moving in. Other special guests include director Penelope Spheeris, appearing for a rare 35mm screening of her 1983 punk rock cinema touchstone SUBURBIA, and star Melanie Lynskey in person for a screening of HEAVENLY CREATURES to launch the new signature series “Cherry Bomb.”

More new signature series include “Shouting at the Screen,” with host Wyatt Cenac and Donwill live riffing on blaxploitation movies, with a DJed afterparty in the House of Wax bar. New action movie series “Fist City,” which celebrates the most pulse-pounding genre of bombastic heroics, kicks off with HARD TARGET in November. A new partnership with Warner Archive will bring rarities from the Warner Bros. vaults back to the screen, starting with CROSSING DELANCEY. Another with Subway Cinema will be an ongoing showcase of rare Asian cinema offerings, starting with the limited series “In the Mood for Gore,” featuring Asian horror films from the ‘80s and ‘90s, all on 35mm prints from the American Genre Film Archive. And, of course, the celebrated and long running Alamo Drafthouse series Terror Tuesday and Weird Wednesday will also have a home at Alamo Drafthouse Downtown Brooklyn.

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