By Bryce J. Renninger | Indiewire August 28, 2013 at 12:44PM
- NEWLYWEEDS: a new comic-drama about romance among Brooklyn hipsters
- Stanley Kubrick’s THE KILLING (1956), stars Sterling Hayden in a classic film noir
- AFTER TILLER: a new documentary on the remaining four doctors in America who still perform 3rd trimester abortions
Here are the student deals in other New York City venues. Let us know if we've missed any!
Anthology Film Archives:
Student tickets $8 everyday (regular price is $10)
Student membership is $40, and gives free admission to Essential Cinema screenings and $6 everyday. (regular membership is $60)
BAM Rose Cinemas:
Student tickets $9 M-Th (regular price is $13)
Student tickets $8 everyday (regular price is $11)
Student membership: $50 (regular membership is $75) for $7 tickets (regular price is $12.50) and free popcorn on Mondays.
Film Society of Lincoln Center:
Student tickets to regular screenings and cinematheque screenings (excludes some festival screenings) are $9 (regular tickets are $13).
Student tickets $8 everyday (regular price is $12) for film screenings, but films free with admission (which is $14 for students and $25 for adults)
Museum of Moving Image:
Student admission $9 everyday (regular admission is $12). Admission gets free screenings; space at screenings can only be reserved with membership (which is $75 for a regular individual membership).
Village East Cinemas:
$7 student tickets ($14 regular ticket price) on Tuesdays