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The Picture House Bronxville New Season of "Sundays at the Cinema" to Begin on January 28, 2024

Pictured: Joe Neumaier

By Kate Verni, Director of Communications, The Picture House Regional Film Center

Jan. 24, 2024: The Picture House Regional Film Center announced today a new season of TPH Film Club Bronxville, Sundays at the Cinema, which will begin on January 28, 2024 at 1:00PM.  The six-film remake series is inspired by the January release of the new musical version of MEAN GIRLS, which will be showing at The Picture House. Following each screening, the audience will enjoy behind the scenes insight through lively Q&A discussion often with guest experts and insiders from the film industry. TPH has also partnered with veteran film critic Joe Neumaier in developing this series as well as two additional theme series scheduled for later in 2024. Neumaier will host Sundays at the Cinema.  

“Get ready for an exhilarating new program on Sundays in Bronxville with some cool surprises along the way,” said Clayton Bushong, Executive Director of The Picture House. “TPH Film Club is at the heart of our organization’s mission, and we are thrilled to present a fresh perspective on our perennially popular program. We are honored to collaborate with Joe whose experience and insightful contributions will undoubtedly elevate the series.  With a remarkable career interviewing the best and brightest in the business, his stories are truly incredible!”

Joe Neumaier, on-air film critic for New York’s 710AM-WOR, has been an entertainment journalist, movie critic, onstage moderator, and radio/TV commentator for over 30 years. His writing on cinema and culture has appeared in The New York Times, Variety, Time, The Washington Post, Entertainment Weekly, The New York Daily NewsThe New York Post, USA Today, Hamptons, and The London Observer, and his broadcast appearances include MSNBC, CNN, CBS Sunday Morning, and KTLA - Los Angeles. He is a former longtime member of the New York Film Critics Circle and a current member of the Critics Choice Association. Some of his ‘A’ list interviews in the film industry include Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorsese, Meryl Streep, Jack Nicholson, Bill Murray, Oprah Winfrey, Denzel Washington, Leonardo DiCaprio, Margot Robbie, and Greta Gerwig.

"Partnering with The Picture House Theater is a dream come true,” commented Joe Neumaier. “Across several decades of writing about film, moderating onstage events with actors and filmmakers, and being part of the radio landscape in New York, I've always loved connecting with moviegoers and being a conduit between artists and audiences. Taking a deeper look at favorite genres and discussing them with the Picture House community will surely create memorable moments and fun, lively talkbacks. I'm looking forward to being a part of this new adventure."

To subscribe to Film Club, you must be a current member of The Picture House. Winter Film Club Bronxville dates: January 28th, February 4th, February 11th, February 18th, February 25th, March 3rd, and March 10th

For more information about The Picture House, please visit www.thepicturehouse.org, call (914) 738-3161, or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..



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