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Gifts for Cinephiles


BAMcinematek Poster
This limited-edition poster, still available more than a year after its release, is an attractively illustrated celebration of classic Brooklyn movies: Moonstruck, The Warriors, Saturday Night Fever, and all the rest.
$25, bam.org

Cobble Hill Cinema Gift Certificates
Because nobody wants to have to go over a bridge to see an art-house movie!
265 Court Street, South Brooklyn

Godard Tote Bags
Fifteen French New Wave classics are illustrated on its front, from Contempt to 2 or 3 Things I Know About Her. THERE IS LITERALLY NOTHING MORE PRETENTIOUS ON EARTH.
$25, IFC Center, 323 Sixth Avenue, Manhattan

MoMA Membership to see The Clock
Christian Marclay's mash-up is the best movie ever made: it's full of stars, has no plot, and goes on forever. Any movie-lover is going to spend most of Dec. 21-Jan. 21 at MoMA watching it.
$85, 11 W. 53rd Street, Manhattan

Girls Season One on DVD
One day they'll be illustrating Lena Dunham on a poster celebrating classic Brooklyn movies (and TV shows).
DOES ANYBODY SELL DVDS IN BROOKLYN?



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