Arts and Entertainment
June 4, 2013From: Jacob Burns Film Center
Sounds of Summer: New Music Documentaries July 10-Aug. 28
July 10 - Greenwich Village: Music That Defined A Generation - Opening Night: Happy Traum, John Sebastian, and Janet Maslin with live music and reception.
July 11 - Becoming Traviata
July 11 - Steve Nicks: In Your Dreams
July 15, 17 - Yeah, Yeah, Yeah: Deconstructing The Early Beatles - w/Scott Freiman
July 15 - Tomorrow Never Knows: Deconstructing The Beatles’ Revolver - w/Scott Freiman
July 16 - Reincarnated
July 23 - Sing Me The Songs That Say I Love You - Q&A w/Sloan Wainwright and John Platt and live music
July 24 - David Amram: The First 80 Years - Q&A w/David Amram, filmmaker Lawrence Kraman, and Guthrie Foundation's Anna Canoni w/moderator Michael Boriskin (Copeland House) and live music.
July 25 - Last Days Here
July 30 - The Zen Of Bennett
July 31 - Charlie Is My Darling - w/ Dennis Elsas
July 1 - Dial M For Muder - Meticulously restored and in 3-D
July 12 - The Way, Way Back
Movies for Kids (and their Families)
July 4, 6, 7, 13, 14 - Camp Nowhere
July 20, 21, 27, 28 - The Great Outdoors
Tickets can be purchased in advance at www.burnsfilmcenter.org or at the box office (opens 4pm weekdays and 11am weekends). For screening times and other information, visit our website or call the Box Office at 914.747.5555
Ticket prices for regular screenings: Members - $6; General Public - $11; Children under 12 - $6.50, Seniors (Mon–Thurs) - $8, Students with valid ID (Mon-Thurs & after 9pm Fri-Sun) - $8; Regular speaker events: Members - $9, Non-members - $14 Group Sales: Discounts are available to groups of 20 or more. Call (914) 773-7663 for information.