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January 17, 2021
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Red Hook Films

By Alexandra Glorioso
Lazy Summer Days Spent Film Watching
Photo Courtesy of Red Hook Films

Free summer movies at Red Hook’s Valentine Peir on the waterfront and under the watch of Lady Liberty.


July 12: Men in Black

Presented by Red Hook Lobster Pound

July 19: Bring It On

Presented by The Good Fork + Red Hook Bait and Tackle

July 26: Lords of Dogtown

Presented by Movers Not Shakers

August 2: WALL-E

Presented by Brooklyn Ice House

August 9: The Karate Kid (1984)

Presented by The Good Fork + Red Hook Bait and Tackle

August 16: The Fast and The Furious (2001)

Presented by The O’Connel Organization

August 23: The Iron Giant

Presented by Waterfront Kitchens

August 30: Pump up the Volume

Presented by Fort Defiance

September 6: Highlander

Presented by: Picket Furniture

September 13: Red Hook’s Choice: Pee Wee’s Big Adventure

Presented by Steve’s Authentic Key Lime Pies

Red Hook Films are shown at Valentino Pier, on the Brooklyn waterfront. The screen is set up in front of a Civil War-era warehouse, with sweeping views of the harbor and the Statue of Liberty as a backdrop.

In case of rain, movies will be shown at Red Hook Bait and Tackle, located at the corner Pioneer and Van Brunt streets. If it is raining, assume they’ll be at Bait and Tackle. If it was raining earlier, the grounds could still be mucky. Please watch this site for an official “rain” call by 6 p.m. on movie nights.

Valentino Pier

Coffey St & Ferris St

Directions from Manhattan:

Option 1: The A or F trains
1. Take the A/C or F train to Jay Street/Borough Hall station.
2. Exit and walk down Jay Street to the B61 bus stop in front of the Brooklyn Tabernacle (Jay Street between Livingston and Fulton streets).
3.Take the B61 into Red Hook to Coffey Street.
4. Walk two blocks toward the water and you’ll run into Valentino Pier.
Note: Expect the bus trip to take approximately 25 minutes.

Option 2: The 2/3 or 4/5 trains
1. Take either of these lines to the Borough Hall station.
2. Exit and walk down Court Street approximately four blocks toward Atlantic Avenue. (If you pass Barnes & Noble and the movie theater, you are walking the correct direction.)
3. Catch the B61 bus in front of the Duane Reade on the corner.
4. Follow steps 3 and 4 above.


Option 3: Take the Ikea water taxi
1. Board ferry at Pier 11 in Manhattan
2. Exit the ferry and walk along the waterfront to Beard Street (major street running in front of Ikea).
3. Turn left and walk two blocks to Van Brunt Street.
4. Turn right on Van Brunt and walk one block to Van Dyke Street.
5. Turn left and walk two more blocks to Valentino Pier. Expect this to be a brisk 10 minute walk.
Note: The last ferry to Brooklyn runs at 7:20 p.m. It does not return to Manhattan after the movie.


Directions by Car/Taxi:
1. Take the BQE to the Atlantic Avenue exit.
2. As you come off the ramp, the road will split. Continue straight, do not curve toward the right.
3. At the stop sign, turn left and follow Columbia Street to its end. (You’ll see the entrance to the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel).
4. Turn right and follow the road hard right, do not curve to the left as most traffic will.
5. Go two blocks to the stop light. You’ll see a warehouse on the corner with a giant Red Hook sign.
6. Turn left onto Van Brunt Street.
7. Take this to Van Dyke Street and turn right. Go two blocks.
8. Park at Valentino Pier.


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