Movies have more than just the power to entertain us. They can transport us to different times and places with rich, visual detail and intricate storytelling. Even educational material takes on a new life when projected onto a big, silver screen. The Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center combines the thrill of watching a Hollywood blockbuster with the appreciation of smaller, independent films by presenting a varied and diverse program for your viewing pleasure! Catch the shows at 70 Lincoln Center Plaza.

Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center

This state-of-the-art venue gives viewers the unique chance to take in films, documentaries, and other programs in a fully modern setting. Its amphitheater features a 152” Panasonic Plasma screen, the largest on public display in our country, and hosts educational programs, lectures, and panels. Smaller theaters offer a more intimate setting, designed to show both specialty films and new releases. This gorgeously designed movie house allows for a greater degree of immersion and interactivity than other theaters.

Popcorn Not to Be Truffled With

The Elinor Bunin Monroe Film Center presents different films on an ever-changing basis. It shows both major, new film releases, and independent or older films which offer insights into the world’s panorama of cultures. Before your show, be sure to stop by the Film Center’s cafe, or order from their “picnic menu” and pick it up before your movie! They have foods which put a delicious spin on traditional concession treats. Don’t miss the truffled popcorn sprinkled with Parmesan cheese! You may never look at popcorn the same way.

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Traveling into Manhattan from New Jersey to catch a film? Seastreak’s modern catamarans can give you front-row seats to both comfort and the beauty of the bay. Grab a drink from our full service bar, and kick back for a relaxing ride to and from Manhattan. We’ll get you there in time for your movie, or any other adventure you have planned for your day in the city.

Sea you soon!

The Seastreak Family

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