Summer Movies at Village East
Welcome to Summer at Village East by Angelika
Summer in New York ignites a citywide love affair with cinema. From crowd-pleasers at AMC Village 7 to indie gems at the delightful Quad Cinema a bit further west, the choices are endless. But let’s spotlight an exceptional venue: Village East by Angelika.
Sitting comfortably in the old Yiddish Theatre District, Village East by Angelika is no ordinary cinema. Its heritage dates back to an era of off-Broadway shows, burlesque, and the early days of film. Adorned in Moorish Revival style, this landmark theater also graces the National Register of Historic Places.
A Unique Way to Watch
At Village East, watching a movie becomes an event. You’ll feel the difference the moment you step in. It’s a blend of history, ambience, and those tiny details that make a cinema visit something to remember.
Handpicked for the Movie Buff
Village East has a knack for picking out the best in arthouse, independent, and international films. Whether it’s the thought-provoking “The Lesson”, the ever-charming “Roman Holiday,” the action-packed “Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning – Part One,” or the visually stunning “Barry Lyndon in 35MM,” there’s something here for every film lover.
Smack in the middle of the action at 181-189 2nd Ave, Village East by Angelika is easy to find. Whether you’re a local or a visitor, you’ll have no problem getting here. Plenty of subway lines, bus routes, and nearby parking spots make it a breeze.
Your New Summer Tradition
There’s something special about watching summer movies at Village East by Angelika. With its unique character, rich history, and diverse film choices, it’s a destination for all movie enthusiasts. So why not make this your new summer tradition? Grab your popcorn, and let Village East sweep you away.