Oct 18 @ 11:00 pm – Oct 19 @ 12:30 am
11:00 pm
Every month Chris Gersbeck invites NYC’s quickest comedians to riff on the worst movies of all time. On Friday, October 18th at 11pm he presents the 2012 Nicholas Cage movie: GHOST RIDER: SPIRIT OF VENGEANCE With live riffing by*: Frank Conniff (Mystery Science Theater 3000) Babe Parker (MTV) Derek Humphrey (ABC) Nick Nicosia (QED Regular)
QED Astoria
Nov 1 @ 11:30 pm – Nov 2 @ 12:30 am
11:30 pm
If you grew up with cable, chances are you stayed up late one night and watched a sleazy movie on Cinemax. Comedians Jenn Wehrung and Chris Gersbeck bring that weird late night experience to QED every first Friday at 11:30pm, while New York City’s quickest comedians riff over a cheesy soft-core adult movie, MST3K-style at Soft
QED Astoria
12:55 pm
Showcase Cinemas is bringing “Bolshoi Ballet: The Nutcracker” to the big screen. The ultimate holiday classic takes audiences of all ages on a magical journey through a world of enchantment, set to Tchaikovsky’s sublime score – December 15 only.
College Point Multiplex Cinemas
12:00 am
For the classic comedy lovers. Take a trip back in time of when Comedy was king. Presenting some previously lost films from the silent film era up on the big screen. Short Subjects include Cartoons, Newsreels and Slapstick Comedies. Hosted by film curators Nelson Hughes and co-host Tommy Jose Stathes.
QED
Jan 19 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
2:00 pm
You are cordially invited to a free screening of the 2017 award winning film by director Jordan Peele. Please RSVP here to save your seats. This film is Rated R. The 2020 Race and Immigration Film Series is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership
Lewis Latimer House Museum
12:00 am
Musica Reginae Production presents The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra performing the original 1920 score of the silent [film] masterpiece THE MARK OF ZORRO! The silent original – the world’s first Action-Adventure movie! Douglas Fairbanks thrills audiences with swordplay, romance, and just a bit of comedy. The program will be hosted by Musica Reginae’s Artistic Director Barbara
The Community House
6:00 pm
Experience The Oscars like never before! Sauced Cinemas is bringing drinking games and prizes for the 92nd Academy Awards to the Astorian! -Doors open 6:00pm / Red Carpet coverage 6:30pm / Ceremony 8:00pm -Advance $15 / Door $20 Your ticket includes: -Admission to the private Studio Bar located upstairs -Saucedcars Red Carpet experience -Nominations ballot
The Astorian
3:00 pm
Both screenings will be filled on a first-come-first-seated basis
The Zukor Theater
Mar 1 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
2:00 pm
Celebrate Women’s History Month this March! Bayside Historical Society invites you to a screening of the film, “The Journey,” a documentary that chronicles the experiences of Istrian women’s emigration to America in the 1950s, 60s and 70s. Directed by Olivia Rutigliano and produced by Maria Santalesa, President of the Histria Association for Women, the film
Bayside Historical Society
4:45 pm
Ode to Passion will be making its World Premiere at the Queens World Film Festival on Saturday, March 21st at 4:45pm. Director Jack Danini has taken an unimaginable approach to Ode to Passion by creating an indie musical to rival West Side Story. The film’s cast is led by Broadway powerhouses Giuseppe Bausilio (Cats, Hamilton)
Museum of the Moving Image
12:00 am
This documentary takes its title from the formal definition of a refugee under the UN Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees. The film analyzes the US asylum process by following several asylum applicants and asylum officers through actual INS interviews. The 2020 Race and Immigration Film Series is supported, in part, by public funds
Lewis Latimer House Museum
7:00 pm
Please join us for our first evening of interdisciplinary Art & Performance at The Living Artist, in Woodside, Queens! Featuring an evening length premiere by Kristi Cole & Guests, and Curation by Shannon Finnell. Featuring Performers: Kristi Cole Emma Lalor Madeline Robertson Therese Ronco Kimiko Tanabe Lea Torelli Featuring Visual Artists: Kevin Quiles Bonilla Matthew
The Living Artist
12:00 am
The National Arts Drive is a fundraiser for local artists and creatives across the country (film, fashion, music, art, performance…). On Saturday, June 6, 2020, we’re inviting artists across the U.S to showcase and perform from front lawns, driveways, balconies, and stoops We’re also inviting the community to drive through suburban streets and city blocks
Nationwide
7:30 pm
Watch a movie with Commonpoint Queens under the stars! Join us on Sunday, June 14th for a drive-in family movie night! We will be showing Space Jam at Leonard’s Palazzo located 555 Northern Blvd, Great Neck, NY 11021. $35 per car. Tickets must be purchased in advance, no payments will be accepted on the night
Leonard's Palazzo
7:30 pm
Commonpoint Queens’ first Summer Drive-In Movie Night was such an overwhelming success that we’re hosting our next event on Sunday, July 19th…and this time it’s a double-feature! We will be showing The Sandlot at 8:30pm and Grease at 11:00pm at Leonard’s Palazzo located at 555 Northern Blvd, Great Neck, NY 11021. $35 per car for
Leonard's Palazzo
7:30 pm
7:30 pm doors open & preshow; 8:30 pm film begins; 10 pm Q&A The Queens Drive-In, a partnership between Museum of the Moving Image, Rooftop Films, and the New York Hall of Science presents The Last Out, a documentary directed by Sami Khan and Michael Gassert. Three young Cuban baseball players leave their families and
New York Hall of Science
Aug 21 @ 7:30 pm
7:30 pm
The Queens Drive-In, a partnership between Museum of the Moving Image, the New York Hall of Science and Rooftop Films presents Mayor, directed by David Osit. Musa Hadid, the Christian mayor of Ramallah, is serving his second term in office. His immediate goals: repave the sidewalks, attract more tourism, and plan the city’s Christmas celebrations.
New York Hall of Science
7:30 pm
The Queens Drive-In, a partnership between Museum of the Moving Image, the New York Hall of Science and Rooftop Films presents Good Time, directed by Benny Safdie & Josh Safdie. After a botched robbery lands his younger brother in prison, Constantine “Connie” Nikas (Robert Pattinson) embarks on a twisted odyssey through New York City’s underworld
New York Hall of Science
7:30 pm
The Queens Drive-In, a partnership between Museum of the Moving Image, the New York Hall of Science and Rooftop Films presents E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, directed by Steven Spielberg. With Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore and Dee Wallace. In Spielberg’s enduring masterpiece, one of the most wondrous and deeply touching of all science-fiction movies, young Elliott, a
New York Hall of Science
7:30 pm
The Queens Drive-In, a partnership between Museum of the Moving Image, the New York Hall of Science and Rooftop Films presents a collection of daring new bursts of brilliance from around the world that showcase the cinematic possibilities of short-form filmmaking. This year’s program is bursting with joyous musical valentines; cinematic explorations of erased Black
New York Hall of Science
7:30 pm
The Queens Drive-In, a partnership between Museum of the Moving Image, the New York Hall of Science and Rooftop Films presents Landfall, directed by Cecilia Aldarondo. Through shard-like glimpses of everyday life in post-Hurricane Maria Puerto Rico, Landfall is a cautionary tale for our times. Set against the backdrop of protests that toppled Puerto Rico’s
New York Hall of Science
7:30 pm
The Queens Drive-In, a partnership between Museum of the Moving Image, the New York Hall of Science and Rooftop Films presents Night of the Living Dead. This seminal, independent zombie movie laid the groundwork for the indie horror film. But there has yet to be another film about the cannibalistic undead as scary as the
New York Hall of Science
7:30 pm
The Queens Drive-In, a partnership between Museum of the Moving Image, the New York Hall of Science and Rooftop Films presents 2001: A Space Odyssey, directed by Stanley Kubrick. Starring Keir Dullea, Gary Lockwood and Douglas Rain. As brilliantly engineered as the space program itself, Stanley Kubrick’s mysterious and profound epic—“the ultimate trip”—is about nothing
New York Hall of Science
7:30 pm
The Queens Drive-In, a partnership between Museum of the Moving Image, the New York Hall of Science and Rooftop Films presents a double feature of Back to the Future and Rick and Morty. A portion of each ticket sale will be donated to Elmcor, a local nonprofit organization that provides support for the communities in
New York Hall of Science
3:30 pm
In this animation workshop, participants will design and produce short films. This class will teach students skills in technology and artistic expression. Students will learn basic stop motion techniques: storyboarding, frame rate, angles, artistic design. This course is a great outlet for students to express themselves creatively while learning technology skills. A tablet device and
Lewis Latimer House Museum
12:00 am
SMALL KITCHENS (2020, 25 mins.) observes the physical connections and social contrasts of kitchen work between a Nepali restaurant and a Mexican food cart a few blocks from each other on the Elmhurst-Jackson Heights border, under the 7 train, on Roosevelt Avenue in Queens. Produced just prior to the coronavirus crisis, Seth Fein‘s documentary now
Online
12:00 am
The Queens Underground Red Carpet Film Festival Begins in February to Celebrate Black & Brown along with all Creative Talents in Film, Music, Dance, Poetry, Web Series Production and Networking with Industry Professionals, Community Groups, Entrepreneurs and Neighbors. Join us In-Person and/or Virtually for Movies, Music, Dance, Poetry Videos, Web Series Episodes and Business Commercials
TBA - Small Number Of In-Person Tickets on Website
5:00 pm
Filmmaker, medium, artist, and innovation doula Nova Scott-James will share media and process documentation from three performance pieces, A Eulogy For The Lenox Lounge, The Imposter, and Freeing The Caged Bird. Each of these performances involves an invocation of death as it relates to the transmutation of memories.⁣ ⁣ 1. Eulogy For The Lenox Lounge
Online
Mar 16 @ 1:00 pm – Mar 31 @ 6:00 pm
1:00 pm
There Is Something Here looks at the components of filmmaking through the lens of the artist’s process, and the challenges of mastering artistic craft while wrestling with self-doubt, lack of experience, and fear of failure. Originally titled: Nothing to See Here, Carlos David TC leaves behind the self-deprecation that many artists experience to instead focus
Flux Factory
Apr 10 @ 1:00 pm – 8:00 pm
1:00 pm
Flux Factory is happy to be hosting THREADS, an exhibition curated by an international collective of arts organizations from Bogotá, NYC, Manila, and Chicago: Bliss on Bliss Arts Projects, Maleza Proyectos, Nodo 51 Area Cultural, Poets of Queens, and Yara Arts Group. The THREADS Project and its expanding global network help artists and audiences establish
Flux Factory