Movies on the Sand: Sat, August 10

Saturday August 10 at Dusk!

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse

2018 | PG | 1hr 57min

The Village of Mamaroneck Recreation department has partnered up with LMCTV to present an exciting series of outdoor Movies on the Sand at the Stephen E. Johnston Beach, in Mamaroneck’s award-winning Harbor Island Park. These movies are all admission-free and family-friendly. Guests are encouraged to bring a blanket or lawn chair and snacks for a night of movie magic under the stars. Children 14 and under must be accompanied by an adult. In the event of inclement weather please call the Village of Mamaroneck Recreation department at 6:00 P.M. at (914) 777-7784 ext. 5. For more information or to become a sponsor, email us at recreation@vomny.org.

Here’s What’s Coming Up!

Thank you for coming to our 4th Annual Tiki Invasion!

LMCTV would like to thank everyone who attended as well as The Village of Mamaroneck Parks and Rec Department and all of the sponsors and amazing talent for making this possible!

More images from this year’s Tiki Invasion coming soon!
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Mahalo Nui Loa!


Check out this year’s Food Truck lineup!

Pizza Vitale
Crazy Taco Mex
Westchester Burger / Graziella’s Italian Kitchen
Road Grub
Poke Motion
Krave


Check out last year’s event below!

Relive all the fun of last year’s Tiki Invasion!

Talking Technophobia in Film: Ex Machina – Fri 8/2 at 7pm

“Be afraid. Be very afraid.” From the very beginning, Hollywood movies have offered a frightening reflection of our deep fear of technology, its effects, and sinister implications. Time-traveling terminators, resurrected dinosaurs, alien invasions, and virtual prisons all give us a sense of just how terrified Hollywood writers, directors, and producers think we are (or should be).

In this class we will investigate popular, pivotal movies and discuss their fears, warnings, and possible solutions to this ever-increasing cultural technophobia. Discussion topics will include: “the mad scientist and you,” “ghosts in the machines,” “malfunctioning machinations,” “risks and rewards,” and “the power of human ingenuity.” 

Friday August 2nd at 7:00pm

Our next class will cover the 2014 sci-fi-horror film, Ex Machina (Garland), and touch upon the many conflicts with technology, ethics of artificial intelligence, and surveillance.
We will discuss themes including “fate vs. choice,” post-modern mad scientists, and the pitfalls of dating a robot.

Click HERE to register for this free class at LMCTV,
space is limited.

Talking Technophobia in Film: "Independence Day (1996)" July 12 7pm

“Be afraid. Be very afraid.” From the very beginning, Hollywood movies have offered a frightening reflection of our deep fear of technology, its effects, and sinister implications. Time-traveling terminators, resurrected dinosaurs, alien invasions, and virtual prisons all give us a sense of just how terrified Hollywood writers, directors, and producers think we are (or should be).

In this class we will investigate popular, pivotal movies and discuss their fears, warnings, and possible solutions to this ever-increasing cultural technophobia. Discussion topics will include: “the mad scientist and you,” “ghosts in the machines,” “malfunctioning machinations,” “risks and rewards,” and “the power of human ingenuity.” 

FRIDAY July 12th at 7:00pm

In this class, we will investigate the 1996 blockbuster film, Independence Day, and discuss the fears, warnings, and possible solutions to this ever-increasing cultural technophobia. Discussion topics will include: Weapons of War, Fear and Courage, Patriotism, the Redemptive Power of Love, Foreignness and “The Other”, as well as try to bring about World Peace in the Digital Age.

Click HERE to register for this free class at LMCTV, space is limited.