Monday, February 18, 2008

Buster Keaton Coming To Cobble Hill



What fun! Buster Keaton, on screen at least, is coming to the Cobble Hill Movie Cinema. Check it out with your kids. Below is the complete schedule for the Big Movies For Little People Series. Included are some wonderful flicks.

Big Movies For Little Kids Presents:

BUSTER KEATON

This special selection of Buster Keaton's short films include: One Week (1921), The Goat (1923) and The Scarecrow (1920). In One Week, Buster and his bride try to build a do it yourself house. Disaster ensues. This film is considered by many to be the perfect short comedy. In The Goat, Buster is mistaken for an escaped convict, launching a chase with more gags than you can shake a stick at. In The Scarecrow, Buster lives in a house rigged with mechanical gadgets, loses his clothes in a harvesting machine and gets married on a speeding motorcycle. (Black & White, Silent Shorts, trt: 65 mins)


Winter/Spring 2008 Schedule:


2/25 Buster Keaton Shorts
3/10 Thumbelina
3/24 Pingu on Thin Ice
4/7 Where the Wild Things Are, Whistle for Willie, and more!
4/21 Pippi on the Run
5/5 Animated Romanian shorts - including Scurta Istorie (Short History) -
winner of the 1956 Palme 'or at Cannes.
5/19 Hoppity Goes to Town
6/2 Muppets in Space
6/16 The Wizard of Oz


BIG Movies for Little Kids - Every Other Monday is Movie Day!


Time: 4pm (every other Monday, following the public school calendar)

Ages: 2-7 (all kids welcome) Laughing out loud is strongly encouraged!

Location: Cobble Hill Cinemas, 265 Court Street @ Butler

Subway: F train to Bergen St.

Cost: $6.50/pp (for all walking humans who take a seat)


Big Movies for Little Kids is the innovative, only-of-its-kind classic film series for children. Created by three Brooklyn Moms, this unique series is a gentle introduction to the wonderful world of cinema. Films are carefully screened to include top-quality childhood favorites, diverse vintage animation, international gems and kid-friendly timeless selections. Attention is paid to small details that make a big difference for your comfort and enjoyment. This is a unique communal experience that parents and kids can share together. Come join the fun and discover the magic of the movies, in a real theatre, on the BIG silver screen.


For more info: http://bigmoviesforlittlekids.blogspot.com

*NEW:
Don't wait in line, or out in the cold! You can now buy tickets in advance on-line, via www.movietickets.com, www.moviefone.com, or www.cobblehilltheatre.com



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