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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema (28 Liberty Street) is proud to announce the return of Kim’s Video, a New York film institution for nearly three decades, at Alamo Drafthouse Lower Manhattan location.
The newly revamped offers free rentals of thousands of DVDs and VHS titles from one of the world’s greatest video collections, which has close to 55,000 of the deepest cuts and the hardest-to-find selections – and many are not and may never be available on streaming platforms. The store will feature a rotating and ever-expanding selection of titles from the archive, with rarities from directors like John Waters, Jane Campion, and Takashi Miike.
In addition, Kim’s Video at Alamo Drafthouse includes VCRs and multi-region DVD players for rent, along with nostalgic Kim’s Video t-shirts and other merchandise.
The Kim’s Video collection will also be featured on the big screen as part of a monthly Kim’s Video Presents screening series at Alamo Drafthouse Lower Manhattan, curated by Nick Prueher of the Found Footage Festival (and a longtime Kim’s Video member).
For more about Kim’s Video at Alamo Drafthouse, visit drafthouse.com