Furman Film Series
The Furman Film Series previews the best new independent films and studio releases, followed by Q&As with filmmakers and industry professionals, at the Bow Tie Squire Cinemas in Great Neck.
Series dates: Wednesdays March 16, 30; April 13; May 4, 16; June 1 (BONUS)
To subscribe or buy tickets, call 516-829-2570 or purchase online.
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
A funky, joyous, coming-of-age tale. Laila, a Punjabi girl with cerebral palsy, is an aspiring writer who leaves India for a coveted spot at New York University, where she is exposed to and explores a new world. Co-presented with the ReelAbilities Film Festival.More Info & Tickets
Starring Gabriel Byrne, Isabelle Huppert, Amy Ryan, and Jesse Eisenberg. In this Cannes Film Festival Selection, an aging schoolteacher grapples with the recent death of his photojournalist wife and attempts to reconcile with his two very different sons.More Info & Tickets
Starring Juliette Binoche. Stunningly shot and deeply resonant, L’ATTESA navigates a range of emotions in telling the strange, irresistible story of the relationship between two women from different generations.More Info & Tickets
Starring Dev Patel and Jeremy Irons. The Man Who Knew Infinity charts the incredible life of Srinivasa Ramanujan, whose genius for mathematics takes him from the slums of India to Cambridge University in the early 20th-century.More Info & Tickets
EVA HESSE, the first feature-length appreciation of her life and work, makes superb use of the artist’s voluminous journals, her correspondence with close friend and mentor Sol LeWitt, and contemporary as well as archival interviews with fellow artists (among them, Richard Serra, Robert Mangold, Dan Graham) who recall her passionate, ambitious, tenacious personality.More Info & Tickets
A universal story of intergenerational tension in an Iranian-Israeli immigrant family. Yitzhak (Navid Negahban) is proud to maintain the turkey farm that his father built when he moved to Israel. Now that Yitzhak’s son Moti (Asher Avrahami) is thirteen, the expectation is that he will learn the family trade and, in time, take over the business.More Info & Tickets