Though it’s possible that a film-lover could camp out at the Walter Reade Theater, subsisting on popcorn and delicious baked goods, so as not to miss a thing amidst our nearly 365 days of movie programming, we’re sure your loved ones would advise against it. Plus, you live a busy life and may not always be able to check our website or puruse one of our calendars, but want to stay in touch and not miss out on anything we show that interests you.
The good news is that you are in the driver’s seat. You can customize the amount of information you receive from us–and stay on top of some of the most exciting movies on the planet. Here’s how:
Subscribe to ReelNews: We like to think of this as the Cadillac of options in terms of staying aware of what’s going on at the Film Society. If you subscribe to Reelnews, you can be assured that a shiny new newsletter will appear in your inbox every Wednesday packed with programming information, interesting bits of Film Society news, and special offers (we really love our ReelNews subscribers!). We will of course never share your information–your privacy is important to us–and strive to bring you news you can use.
Bookmark our blog: This blog can be a handy conduit to what’s on at the Walter Reade, plus we bring you extras like filmmaker interviews and the occasional shark attack. Put us in your RSS reader for even more handy access (https://filmlinc.wordpress.com/feed/)
Follow us on Twitter: We love our Twitter followers, too. They are a unique and pithy breed. In recent months, we’ve run a free t-shirt contest and the “How do you live in public?” promotion specifically for the Twitterati. Posts to the filmlinc blog are reposted on Twitter, so it’s an easy way to stay on top of what happening here at the Film Society.
Become our Fan on Facebook: Ah, Facebook…it’s another great place to pick up interesting tidbits about Film Society programming and events. As a Fan, you’ll receive regular updates, have the chance to RSVP to our events, and much more. Whether you are a new fan or an old one, be sure to go to Facebook and scroll down to the end of your newsfeed, and click on “edit options.” You will need to opt-into status updates from us under “public profiles.” We promise it will be worth it!
So do you want to hear from us a lot or a little? You make the call. Just don’t ask us to remind you about your dentist appointment. We have to draw the line somewhere.