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Tuesday, July 28 (See map view)

Filmmaker Tony Buba chronicles the decline of his hometown of Braddock, PA, a once-thriving steel town that is now a post-industrial wasteland, in this 1988 offbeat pseudo-documentary. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 7 pm and 9:30 pm.

Wednesday, July 29 (See map view)

Outdoor film in McCarren Park, with food vendors and live music. Movie starts at sundown. 6 pm.

Movies under the stars in Prospect Park. Entertainment starts at 7 pm, movie starts at sundown. 7 pm.

Set in Texas at the turn of the century, the 1982 film follows the eponymous Mexican-American outlaw who goes on the lam when he’s railroaded on a murder charge. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 7 pm.

Weekly screening of a film by American filmmaker and writer Ric Burns. 7:30 pm.

Screening of the 1946 movie as part of "Bogart and Bacall Movie Night," sponsored by BAMcinematek. 7:30 pm.

Based on the confessions of real serial killer Henry Lee Lucas, this 1986 film details the crimes of a sociopath for whom murder is practically second nature. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 9:30 pm.

Thursday, July 30 (See map view)

When gang members attack his wife and kill his son, a Queens factory worker joins up with an outlaw vigilante group and makes it his personal mission to clean up the streets. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 4:30 pm and 0:30 pm.

Syfy Movies with a View presents music at 6 pm, with movies starting at sundown 6 pm.

Punk icon Richard Hell stars in this 1980 film as a volatile rocker having an affair with a French journalist in this grimy glimpse of New York’s punk underground. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 7 pm.

Monday, Aug. 3 (See map view)

The line between reality and fantasy is blurred in 1973 film "The Spirit of the Beehive," by Spanish director Victor Erice that draws us into the mischievous and dangerous world of a child’s imagination. 6:30 pm.

Grab a blanket and a popcorn and enjoy this animated flick about a hero robot. 7:30 pm.

"Bell Diamond" (1986) directed by Jon Jost is a quietly intense study of a Vietnam vet dealing with his wife’s desertion and the physical effects of exposure to Agent Orange. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 9:30 pm.

Tuesday, Aug. 4 (See map view)

BuzzFeed and Nitehawk will be presenting special 20th anniversary screening of Kevin Smith’s "Mallrats." Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes host a Q&A before screening. 5–11 pm.

BRIC and Made in NY Media Center present a forum bringing together innovators in film and technology to showcase collaborative works. 7 pm.

Wednesday, Aug. 5 (See map view)

Outdoor film in McCarren Park, with food vendors and live music. Movie starts at sundown. 6 pm.

Movies under the stars in Prospect Park. Entertainment starts at 7 pm, movie starts at sundown. For tweens and teens. 7 pm.

Weekly screening of a film by American filmmaker and writer Ric Burns. 7:30 pm.

Thursday, Aug. 6 (See map view)

Syfy Movies with a View presents music at 6 pm, with movies starting at sundown. 6 pm.

This 1984 portrait of an African-American family buckling under the strain of financial hardship manages to find quiet grace in everyday moments. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 7 pm and 9:30 pm.

Summer @ Metrotech presents a screening of the film "Bikes vs Cars" as part of its Rooftop Films series. 8:30 pm.

Friday, Aug. 7 (See map view)

The final installment of George Romero’s "Living Dead" trilogy centers on a group of researchers in an underground bunker as they try to find a way to save the world, which is overrun with zombies. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 4:30 pm and 10 pm.

Saturday, Aug. 8 (See map view)

Coen brothers introduced audiences to their offbeat sensibility with this 1984 pulp thriller about a Texas bar owner who hires a detective to kill his cheating wife. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 2 pm and 7 pm.

David Lynch directed 1986’s "Blue Velvet," burrowing beneath the surface of idyllic suburban America to reveal a sinister underworld of sex and violence. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 4:30 pm and 9:30 pm.

Sunday, Aug. 9 (See map view)

Contrasting archival footage of Chet Baker as an emblem of 1950s cool with the ruined heroin addict he became, 1988’s "Let’s Get Lost" drifts hauntingly between past and present. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 4 pm and 9 pm.

Monday, Aug. 10 (See map view)

An East Village bicycle shop owner takes matters into his own hands when his scumbag landlord tries to evict him, set against the first wave of gentrification to sweep through downtown. Part of BAM’s “Indie 80s” film series. 7 pm.

Grab a blanket and some popcorn and enjoy this family friendly comedy starring Robin Williams and Sally Fields. 7:30 pm.

Wednesday, Aug. 12 (See map view)

Audiences will choose tonight’s film screening in McCarren Park, featuring food vendors and live music. Movie starts at sundown. 6 pm.

Cannes award-winner "The Tribe" is an set in the insular world of a Ukrainian high school for the deaf, unfolding through the non-verbal acting and sign language from a cast of deaf, non-professional actors. 6:15 pm.

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