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Film Forum Jr.: Sounder

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January 18 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

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An event every week that begins at 11:00 am on Sunday and Saturday, repeating until January 25, 2020

Film Forum

209 West Houston Street
New York    + Google Map

$9

Cicely Tyson entered the ranks of major American dramatic actresses with her bravura performance as a backwoods woman fighting to hold her family together. Based on the Newbery Medal-winning novel by William H. Armstrong

Film Forum Jr.: The Wiz

“Dorothy and her entourage of malfunctioning under-achievers move on from rural Kansas to face the contemporary perils of… disco-chic New York in this all black, or rather Motown, version of Frank Baum’s The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, adapted from the Broadway hit musical (with Charlie Smalls’ original score augmented by Quincy…

Film Forum Jr.: The Incredible Shrinking Man

Grant Williams as a hapless human fighting for his life in a microscopic world. Described as not only one of the best sci-fi movies of the 50s, “but one of the finest films ever made in that genre.”

Film Forum Jr.: Beyoncé & Jennifer Hudson in Dreamgirls

“Splashy, savvy adaptation of the 1981 Broadway musical by Tom Eyen and Henry Krieger inspired by the saga of The Supremes and Motown’s Berry Gordy. Entrepreneur Jamie Foxx steers a female vocal trio to the top, no matter what it takes, and claims its glamourous star (Beyoncé) as his own.…

Film Forum Jr.: Guys and Dolls

Marlon Brando’s Sky Masterson croons and dances his way into the heart of Salvation Army lass Jean Simmons in Mankiewicz’s big color and Scope movie of the Runyon/Loesser American classic. With Frank Sinatra as Nathan Detroit and original Broadway cast members Vivian Blaine and Stubby Kaye.

Winter Garden at The Standard East Village

Hunker down in heated alpine yurts with spiked hot chocolate, gooey fondue and freshly baked cookies — all made for sharing, plus plushy faux fur coat to wrap up in while…

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Color Factory

Truly interactive colorful pop-up with fun activities and sweet treats in sixteen unique rooms designed by different artists and a giant blue ball pit. Lots of bright fun for all ages…

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Film Forum Jr.: The Incredible Shrinking Man

Grant Williams as a hapless human fighting for his life in a microscopic world. Described as not only one of the best sci-fi movies of the 50s, “but one of…

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Cones

Argentinean-style small-batch ice cream and sorbet  comes in traditional and adventurous flavors including sweet potato with brie cheese, yerba mate  and the popular sweet corn with cinnamon.

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Cowgirl

Wild-west decor charms cowboys and cowgirls of all ages at this friendly, casual sit-down West Village establishment. Texas-friendly grub with local fresh ingredients (except for the fritos on the fritos…

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Joe’s Pizza

Get a classic NY slice to go at this Greenwich Village institution (established in 1975 ), still owned and operated by 75-year-old Neapolitan native Joe Pozzuoli.

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Kesté Pizza & Vino

Indulge in an expansive assortment of 50 traditional and creative pies at this sit-down restaurant founded by an Italian father-daughter team. Also gluten-free & vegan options, as well as salads…

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