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Film Forum Reopening MarqueeOne of the things we’ve missed most over the last year has been the simple joy of going to see a movie, so it’s truly a delight to find out Film Forum will be reopening their doors on Friday, April 2nd. While they’ll be continuing their virtual screenings, three films will opening theatrically that day: Federico Fellini’s La Strada, Pedro Almadóvar’s The Human Voice (starring Tilda Swinton), and The Truffle Hunters.

Like every other NYC institution that’s reopened after months of pandemic closure, Film Forum has announced their safety measures: masks are of course required; concessions, the water fountain, and touch screen monitors will be closed; and hand-sanitizing stations will be plentiful. In addition, theater capacity will be limited to 25%, lines and seating will be social distanced by 6 feet, and they highly encourage advance online ticket purchases.