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Ridgefield’s Prospector Theater to reopen May 27

“A Quiet Place II” and “Cruella” will be screened when the venue resumes operations.

AMC Danbury 16 to reopen on Aug. 20

The reopening day tickets for the cinema will be 15 cents plus tax as part of a “Movies in 2020 at 1920 Prices” promotion.

Playland closed this summer, but with an asterisk

Westchester County Executive George Latimer announced Tuesday afternoon that the amusement park portion of Playland in Rye will not open this season due to...

Greenwich International Film Festival switches to virtual format for 2020 event

The festival office has been contacted by nearly a dozen other regional festivals for advice on hosting a virtual exhibition.

No fading to black: Nonprofit film centers in Westchester pivot to...

Although three nonprofit film centers in Westchester have had to close their doors to the public during the COVID-19 economic shutdown, they're still operating...

Altman Lighting files closing notice for Yonkers plant

Altman Lighting Inc., which was founded in 1953 and grew to become a major manufacturer of lighting equipment for theaters, television and the movies...

White Plains working to move beyond urban renewal legacy

A prime item on Mayor Tom Roach’s mind these days is the legacy of urban renewal from the 1970s and ’80s.

Long-lived State Cinema in Stamford to close

State Cinema, a Stamford mainstay for nine decades, is closing after the Labor Day weekend, according to owner Garden Homes Management.

Movies on the marquee, risotto on the menu at Bow Tie...

The Ridgefield-based chain is joining the trend of offering large reclining seats and full food and adult beverage menus to the moviegoing experience.

Blue Sky Studios at 30: Moving beyond ‘Ice Age’

The animation house behind "Rio" and "The Peanuts Movie" will stay in Greenwich through at least 2025.

Developer offers backstory on Bridgeport’s Bijou Square

Developer Phil Kuchma offers the back stories on the changes at the Bridgeport destination.

State taps new film chief

A veteran of SONY and Disney will manage efforts to attract movie makers.