StreetFilms: Intersection Intervention at Pioneer Theater

Please join the NYCSR and The Open Planning Project as we present an enlightening cross-section of our best work featuring
twenty of our short films at the Pioneer Theater on Tuesday, July 10 at
7 PM. The program will run about 85 minutes in length and all tickets will include a free pizza and drinks reception downstairs in the Den of Cin.

This should be a great night of advocacy, conversation, feedback and fun with special guests. It is amazing how far the city has come in a short time, and together we can continue the quest for a more livable city.

The theater only holds 99 people so please buy your tickets ahead of time. You can buy tickets here.

Tuesday, July 10th 7pm
Two Boots Pioneer Theater
155 East 3rd Street
New York, NY 10009

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