Transmedia New York City Meetup Message Board › Please Join us Tuesday, September 27th at Our New Home
Next week's Meetup is an important milestone for our amazing group; in less than one year we have found a permanent home in one of the premiere film and media spaces in New York and we couldn't have done it without you.
Which is why we hope that you will all come out on Tuesday to see the new space, watch a great presentation and hear some fantastic news about the future of Transmedia NYC.
About the Elinor Bunin Munroe Center:
The Film Society of Lincoln Center's new landmark state-of-the-art Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center, a multi-screen theater and cultural venue opened to the public in the heart of Lincoln Center's campus in June, 2011.
The new Film Center, named after FSLC board member, and award-winning filmmaker and designer Elinor Bunin Munroe, is part of the 16-acre Lincoln Center campus redevelopment and has been designed by David Rockwell and Rockwell Group who also collaborated with Diller Scofidio + Renfro on the exterior. The 17,500 square foot venue will house 2 theaters, an ampitheater and a café. The 150-seat Francesca Beale Theater will show specialty film releases, and the intimate 90-seat Howard Gilman Theater will screen a combination of new film releases and special programs. The amphitheater, with a 152" Panasonic Plasma screen (the largest of its kind on public display in the country) will house lectures, panels and educational programs.
Read more: http://www.filmlinc.c...
Located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, the Film Society of Lincoln Center has movie theater facilities at Lincoln Center. The new Elinor Bunin Munroe Film Center at 144 W. 65th St. and The Walter Reade Theater at 165 W. 65th St.
Our theaters are convenient to the 66th Street stop of the 1 train, as well as being five blocks from a major transportation hub, Columbus Circle. Bus Lines M104, M5, and M7 all stop in front of Lincoln Center.
Walk west on 65th Street, look to the left to find the Film Center and to find the Walter Reade, look to the right for the FILM banner on 65th Street. For access to the upper level use: the new public staircase on the north side of 65th St near the mid-block crossing, the elevator in the Juilliard School, the elevator or the escalator directly beneath the theater.