A series of no cost film screenings will just take location throughout the 5 boroughs August 14-22, as component of New York’s momentous Homecoming Week celebrations. Through the motion-packed week, various premieres, sneak peeks, and screenings will occur in parks and venues, like the NYC premiere of Netflix’s forthcoming documentary Blood Brothers: Malcolm X and Muhammad Ali in Harlem’s Jackie Robinson Park. 

For the formidable endeavor, the Metropolis of New York partnered with Rooftop Movies, a non-income cultural group, to phase the movie screenings. “Rooftop Films is proud to have aided hold cinema alive in NYC above the earlier 12 months and we could not have completed it with out the assistance of the men and women in City Corridor,” Dan Nuxoll, president of Rooftop Films, mentioned. “Bringing unbiased films to a multitude of audiences and their communities is central to what we do, and we’re honored that the Metropolis has chosen us to be a part of this historic second that celebrates the resilience of our beautiful town.”

Screenings will consist of: 

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  • Monday, August 16th at Walter Gladwin Park, Bronx: NEON provides Jamila Wignot’s documentary Ailey, on the visionary New York dancer, director, choreographer, and activist Alvin Ailey
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  • Tuesday, August 17th at Comfortable Harbor Cultural Middle, Staten Island: A exclusive Staten Island screening of the time two finale and an exceptional sneak peek at the year a few premiere of FX’s critically acclaimed Emmy®-nominated comedy collection What We Do in the Shadows
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  • Wednesday, August 18th: NYC Homecoming 7 days Film at Rockefeller Park, to be introduced
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  • Wednesday, August 18th at Jackie Robinson Park in Harlem, Manhattan: The NYC premiere of Netflix and Marcus A. Clarke’s future documentary Blood Brothers: Malcolm X & Muhammad Ali 
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  • Thursday, August 19th at Fort Greene Park, Brooklyn: Hulu, Disney’s Onyx Collective and Searchlight Pics present Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson’s critically-acclaimed Summer months of Soul (…Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) 
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  • Friday, August 20th at Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens: A presentation of New York Shorts, like HBO’s How To with John Wilson: How To Prepare dinner the Ideal Risotto and additional 
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NYC Homecoming Week, arranged by the Mayor’s office as a celebration of the city’s rebound, will conclude with a very expected marquee party: A concert in Central Park, featuring performances from Bruce Springsteen, Jennifer Hudson, Patti Smith, and lots of other major names. Also getting position are a collection of concert events featuring hip hop artists, a lot of of which have deep ties to the town, together with Remy Ma, Slick Rick, Massive Daddy Kane, and Desiigner. It is going to be an remarkable 7 days!  

You can come across out more about the totally free movie screenings and RSVP right here. You can obtain the total present-day agenda for NYC Homecoming 7 days right here