Nitehawk Cinema Presents Movie-Inspired Menus from Brooklyn’s Dine-In Theater

Penned by Matthew Viragh and published by Countryman Press, Nitehawk Cinema Presents Movie-Inspired Menus from Brooklyn’s Dine-In Theater is an ode to NYC’s beloved independent movie theater and the cuisine they’ve paired with classic films over the years. Since 2011, the cinema has pioneered imaginative food and drink options influenced by and served at their screenings (from The Shining-inspired Red Rum cocktail to instant ramyun like …

Photos of Bygone Movie Theaters Capture “Decay In Its Divinity”

Between tattered wallpapers and crumbling seat cushions, French photographers Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre find beauty in the abandoned American movie theaters of old. Their new photobook, Movie Theaters, celebrates the vast architectural opulence of forgotten early 20th-century auditoriums, journeying through the history of American entertainment from neo-Renaissance to neo-Byzantine to Art Nouveau and other eras. Find out how the pair locate “decay in its …

Paris’ First Hotel-Cinema Hybrid, MK2 Nation’s Hotel Paradiso

In Paris’ 12th arrondissement, a new hotel-cinema hybrid called Hotel Paradiso (a reference to the 1966 film of the same name) welcomes guests to stay in one of 34 rooms or two suites, each of which doubles as a private screening room. Developed by movie theater group MK2 Nation, the hospitality venture includes room service, access to several streaming services and a selection of 2,500 …