Fall is art-house movie season, the time of year when theaters full of corduroy jackets and subtitles make you truly feel like you’re living in Woody Allen’s New York. What better time of year then to check out the small, quirky, friendly Brooklyn Heights Cinema—a place with exponentially more tolerable crowds than the nearest megaplex, and now, with a great deal for Brokelyn readers.
The theater is reaching out to blog readers across the borough for support through tough financial times, so all you have to do is mention that you saw this post on Brokelyn and you can get any ticket, at any time of day for $6.50 (a savings of almost $4). The theater books lots of French films but also supports American indies. Currently screening is the 2009 Luke Wilson film Middle Men, along with The Sicilian Girl and Winter’s Bone. Plus, the snackbar has tea, real butter for the popcorn and egg creams. We think Woody Allen would approve.
Brooklyn Heights Cinema, 70 Henry St. at Orange St., Brooklyn Heights