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Our Winter Series is just about wrapped up and we are looking forward to launching the Spring series with Carte Blanche in partnership with the ReelAbilities Film Festival! We are still confirming titles for the rest of the series, and will have those to you soon!
GCIFF Film Subscribers receive discounted tickets, priority seating, special screenings, and a spiffy membership card which provides perks and discounts at local establishments! Subscriptions are $75 per series for Adults and $65 for Seniors, and must be purchased at the beginning of the series!
Becoming a Film Subscriber is a great way to support your favorite non-profit film festival that works hard to bring the very best in independent and studio releases to the Gold Coast of Long Island year-round! All film lovers should consider becoming a Film Series Card Holder to take advantage of all that comes along with it!
Movie night discounts for subscribers include:
- Burger Village: 15% off total check
- Great Neck Diner: 10% off check, plus one complimentary glass of wine, cup of coffee or tea per subscriber (dine-in customers only)
- Lola: One complimentary glass of red or white wine with dinner, per subscriber
- Shish Kebab: 20% off total check
Scheduled Dates (subject to change)
SPRING SERIES 2017:
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Wednesdays: March 8, March 22, April 12, April 26, May 17, May 31 (Bonus)
Inspired by an incredible true story, Carte Blanche is a feel-good movie about a high school history teacher who – fearing he might lose his job and his dignity – decides to hide the fact that he’s losing his sight. PART OF REELABILITIES: NY DISABILITIES FILM FESTIVALMore Info & Tickets
A haunting tale of love and reconciliation begins in a small town in Germany in the immediate aftermath of World War I when a young woman mourning the death of her fiancé encounters a mysterious Frenchman laying flowers on her beloved’s grave.More Info & Tickets
Writer and urban activist Jane Jacobs fights to save historic New York City during the ruthless redevelopment era of urban planner Robert Moses in the 1960s.More Info & Tickets