December 12, 2017

Movies in Genre Music

ANIMALS and DARK SIDE OF THE MOON: played by Dark Side of the Hudson

Online advance sale tickets are CLOSED. A very few tickets will be sold at the door beginning at 6:45. The ten-piece band Dark Side of the Hudson returns to the Nyack Center to perform Pink Floyd's 1977 release Animals and 1973 release Dark Side of the Moon, just as you remember them, with … [Read more...]

THE WIZARD OF OZ: Outdoors and Free

A tornado sweeps Dorothy and her little dog Toto away from Aunt Em and Uncle Henry’s hardscrabble farm and drops them in the Land of Oz, a colorful world of munchkins, witches, a brainless scarecrow, a heartless tin man, a cowardly lion, and a powerful wizard. One of cinema’s all-time great coming … [Read more...]

Stop Making Sense | Free, outdoors at the Artopee Way Drive-In

Join the nationwide celebration of Jonathan Demme on July 19, when theaters all over the country are showing Stop Making Sense. In honor of our home town filmmaker, Nyack will show this film for free in the Artopee Way Drive-In (normally known as the Artopee Way Municipal Parking Lot). Stop … [Read more...]

GROWN-UP ANGER

Meet the Author: Daniel Wolff, and at a post-presentation discussion, music critic and historian Dave Marsh. Read their biographies at the bottom of this page. What’s Bob Dylan got to do with Gene Autry movies? Did James Dean come from the Big Rock Candy Mountain? What can Woody Guthrie teach us … [Read more...]

THE BEATLES: EIGHT DAYS A WEEK – THE TOURING YEARS

This study in full force fame concentrates on the years through August 1966, when the Beatles quit touring after a run that left thousands of screaming fans with sore throats. Though other artists – Sinatra, Presley – inspired the same response, the pace and scale of the Beatles is astonishing. … [Read more...]

JANIS: LITTLE GIRL BLUE

Janis Joplin died in 1970 at 27, but the hard living, folk-blues singer remains a legend. Growing up, she was the antithesis of the All-American prom queen, and suffered deep emotional wounds. This fueled her talent and ambition, but no amount of artistic success and fame were able to eleviate the … [Read more...]

THE AMAZING NINA SIMONE

SOLD OUT! Unfortunately, there are no seats left at this event. The Amazing Nina Simone will open in New York City next Week. Before the film there will be a musical tribute to Nina Simone by Nina’s brother and Music Director, Jazz/Blues legend Sam Waymon, and his band. The life of one of … [Read more...]

MACISTE ALL’INFERNO with live score by SEXMOB, presented by Edward Hopper House Art Center and Rivertown Film

The devil takes Maciste the Strongman down to hell in an attempt to corrupt and ruin his morality. Maciste was the hero of 13 early Italian films. This was the last made in the silent era, and is the most famous. “I’m sure that I remember it well because the image has remained so deeply impressed … [Read more...]

KEEP ON KEEPIN’ ON

Music after the film: Celebrate Clark Terry with two of the region's most talented musicians: Steven Bernstein (Sexmob/Butler/Bernstein and the Hot 9), Erik Lawrence (The Levon Helm Band) and Don Falzone. An amazing evening! Learn more about Steven Bernstien, Erik Lawrence, and Don Falzone. A … [Read more...]

Live Performance: Wish You Were Here, Animals, and Dark Side of the Moon

SOLD OUT! A live concert with film projections. Dylan Kay and Rivertown Film present Animals, Wish You Were Here, and Dark Side of the Moon Saturday, May 9. Doors open at 7:00, performance at 7:30. Buy in advance – this show is likely to sell out. THIS SHOW IS SOLD OUT. DOORS OPEN AT … [Read more...]

Special Live Performance: DARK SIDE OF THE MOON and WISH YOU WERE HERE

SOLD OUT. More tickets MAY be released at 7:00 PM at the door only, an hour before the show. If so, they will be $20. A Live Concert With Projections. Dark Side of the Hudson and Rivertown Film Present Dark Side of the Moon and Wish You Were Here. Saturday, February 22 8:00 … [Read more...]

FOLLOWING THE 9TH: In the Footsteps of Beethoven’s Final Symphony

A special program including Meet the Filmmaker, with coproducer Greg Mitchell interviewed by WQXR's Elliott Forrest, Beethoven performed on piano by Yashar Yaslowitz before the film, and special surprises afterward. Advance sale ticketing is closed and there are only a handful of tickets left … [Read more...]

Taking Woodstock

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Paris 36

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Cadillac Records

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Hounddog

Director Deborah Kampmeier* present Cosponsored by VCS, Rockland Family Shelter Rockland Chapter of NOW Funding from ETC/NYSCA … [Read more...]

The Visitor

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Young@Heart

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The Band’s Visit

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Honeydripper

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