The popular dine-in theater is coming to Prospect Park this year.
“As always, we’ll be very judicious in what we choose,” says the new location’s website.
Four of the seven screens will have 35mm reel capability, as the cinema claims to be committed to continuing to show rare prints and enhanced views. More print formats will be confirmed at a later date.
The theater will be wheelchair accessible with elevator access, and the menu includes items for those with a vegan, gluten-free, or vegetarian diet. All patrons younger than 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
This summer Nitehawk is also hosting free family-friendly movie screenings in Prospect Park, which began mid-July, to benefit the diverse communities who use the park. The lineup will include the original classics such as The Wizard of Oz, Alice in Wonderland, West Side Story, and Space Jam. The screenings will take place on four Wednesdays throughout July and August.
Main image: Marquee poetry on the Pavilion Theatre's marquee, which will soon be Nitehawk Cinema Prospect Park