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Two Long Island film festivals will screen as drive-in movies this month.
LI INT’L FILM EXPO
The 23rd annual Long Island International
Film Expo will virtually screen
feature films from around the world and
host two drive-in movies Oct. 2 and 3 at
Samanea Mall (formerly known as the
Mall at The Source), 1504 Old Country
Rd., Westbury, longislandfilm.com $7-
$75. Sept. 30-Oct. 8.
This virtual event celebrating National
Hispanic Heritage Month treats viewers
to an afternoon of traditional music and
dance, and an overall immersive cultural
experience with artists representing
Ecuador, El Salvador, Mexico, Peru,
and more. patchoguetheatre.org Free.
1 p.m. Oct. 3.
The Long Island Medium appears live on
Crowdcast to discuss her new book, Good
Mourning: Moving Through Everyday
Losses with Wisdom from the Other
Side. The online and streaming event is
hosted by Long Island LitFest. Tickets include
a signed copy. bookrevue.com $40.
7:30 p.m. Oct. 6.
HAMPTONS INT’L FILM FEST
In addition to virtually screening independent
cinema and hosting drive-in
movies in East Hampton and Amagansett,
the Hamptons International Film
Festival will also have special events,
such as a conversation with Kate Winslet,
Leslie Odom Jr., and Steven Yeun. hamptonsfilmfest.
org $10-$250. Oct. 8-14.
This top bluesman is among many
leading musicians playing free
shows in Landmark on Main Street’s
parking lot on a reservation-only
basis, with a maximum crowd of 50
to maintain social distancing. Landmark
on Main Street, 232 Main St.,
Port Washington, landmarkonmainstreet.
org Sold out. Email boxoffice@
landmarkonmainstreet.og for wait
list. 6 p.m. Oct. 10.
The renowned environmental crusader
appears virtually on Crowdcast to
discuss her new book, Superman’s Not
Coming: Our National Water Crisis and
What We The People Can Do About It.
bookrevue.com Free. 7 p.m. Oct. 12.
This up-and-coming comedian made his
debut in the hourlong Comedy Central
standup special Stupid Questions last
year. Governor’s Comedy Club outdoor
patio, 90 Division Ave., Levittown, govs.
com $25. 7 p.m., 9:15 p.m. Oct. 16, 17.
The Crown Prince of Cinematic Macabre
who was once one of Hollywood’s golden
directors during the silent era of motion
pictures hosts a virtual discussion and
Q&A with film historian Keith Crocker.
cinemaartscentre.org $5-$7. 8 p.m. Oct. 28.
What to see, hear, and experience as Long
Island emerges from the coronavirus shutdown
The Great Jack O’Lantern Blaze, Sleepy
Hollow’s annual elaborate illuminated
pumpkin display, is coming to Old Bethpage
Village Restoration after the Rise
of The Jack O’Lanterns at Old Westbury
Gardens was canceled this year due to
the coronavirus pandemic. 1303 Round
Swamp Rd., Old Bethpage, hudsonvalley.
org $24-$40. Oct. 2-Nov. 1.
BAYVILLE SCREAM PARK
Long Island’s Infamous Haunted
Theme Park is back and full of darkness
and spooky adventure, including
Bloodworth Haunted Mansion, Uncle
Needle’s Funhouse of Fear, Bayville
Haunted Asylum, Evil in The Woods,
The Cage, Temple of Terror, plus a drivein
horror movie experience. 8 Bayville
Ave, Bayville, bayvillescreampark.com
$23.75-$72.75. Through Nov. 8.
CHAMBERS OF HELL
This year’s 2020 Halloween presents
three brand-new haunted houses
from Chambers of Hell: The Funhouse
of Fear, Primevil, and the
Redhook Massacre. 1745 Express
Dr. N., Hauppauge, chambersofhell.
com $35-$200. Through Nov. 1.
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