The 3rd annual Winter Film Awards will take place February 26-March 1! All of this year’s screenings will be held at our Gray Line New York Theater.
Get your popcorn ready because for the third time, the Winter Film Awards are back in NYC! This year’s film festival includes 61 films from around featuring a mix of documentaries, shorts, features, animation, horror film and more. If you’re going to be in town at the end of February, this will be a must-catch event in NYC.
Screenings will be broken down into nine ticketing blocks – three each day Thursday through Saturday – with each block containing a variety of films. To purchase tickets for a specific screening block, or for the whole festival, you can visit the Winter Film Awards official website. Here is the full screening schedule.
In addition to the screenings, there will also be a filmmaker’s reception and Kick-Off Party held on Wednesday, February 26 at 49Grove and the Awards Ceremony & After-Party Gala at 230 Fifth. Both events are 21+.
Make sure you come out to the theater at 777 8th Avenue on February 27-March 1 to see our visitors center transformed!
NYC Double Decker Bus Tours in 11 different languages!
How many languages do you know how to speak? Are you bilingual? Tri? Can you speak six? Seven? Eight languages? No matter how many languages you can speak, whether it be all 11, or just one, we have a tour for you!
Gray Line New York has audio tours on all of our double decker buses in each of the following languages:
So which language are you taking your next tour in? Tweet us at @GrayLineNewYork and let us know!
Do you know the difference between a Broadway Show and an Off Broadway Show? I’ll give you a hint: it doesn’t have to do with what street it’s on, or the quality of the show necessarily. Give up? Well, let me tell you.
The Difference between a Broadway Show and an Off Broadway show all comes down to seating capacity. Broadway Theaters are theaters that hold 500 or more seats, Off Broadway theaters are theaters that hold between 100-499 seats. That’s it. So when people tell me they don’t want to see that Off Broadway show because the production value is too low, I laugh at the. They don’t know what they’re missing.
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Off Broadway shows are some of the best in NYC, after better than their Broadway counterparts. Shows like Avenue Q can go toe-to-toe with any musical comedy in a Broadway theater, and now you can get 2-for-1 tickets to just about all of them. The Off Broadway Week 2-for-1 deal is on sale now for shows from February 17-March 2. Visit the official website to buy your tickets now, you won’t regret it!
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