Video Revival Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to film and the arts located in central Brooklyn. Our movie theater location offers affordable screenings, community events and educational programming to the local and citywide communities. Programming ranges from classic cinema to contemporary video art, all within a welcoming, engaged environment.

Directions

Video Revival is located at 346 Rogers Avenue between Montgomery Street and Sullivan Place, easily accessed by multiple public transit routes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

By Train

2 Train: Sterling Street Exit from the northwest entrance on Nostrand Avenue and walk two blocks
north past Empire Boulevard, making a left on Sullivan Place. Continue one block west. Video Revival will be on the right.

3 Train: Nostrand Avenue Exit the station and walk west one block along Eastern Parkway. Make a left at Rogers Avenue and continue south for six blocks. Video Revival will be on the right.

4 Train: Franklin Avenue Exit the station and walk two blocks east along Eastern Parkway. Make a right at Rogers Avenue and continue south for 6 blocks. Video Revival will be on the right.

Franklin Ave. Shuttle: Prospect Park Exit the station walking toward Lefferts Avenue. Follow Lefferts Avenue two blocks east, making a left turn at Rogers Avenue. Continue north for three blocks. Video Revival will be on the left.

B&Q Trains: Prospect Park Exit the station walking toward Lefferts Avenue. Follow Lefferts Avenue two blocks east, making a left turn at Rogers Avenue. Continue north for three blocks. Video Revival will be on the left.
 

B&Q Trains: Prospect Park Exit the station walking toward Lefferts Avenue. Follow Lefferts Avenue two blocks east, making a left turn at Rogers Avenue. Continue north for three blocks. Video Revival will be on the left.
 

By Bus: 

Nearby bus stops include the SBS B44, as well as the B16, B41, B43, B44, B45, B48, and B49.

 

Who We Are

Erik Escobar
Executive Director

Erik is a film fan with a diverse background leaning toward the sciences living in Brooklyn. He is a graduate of St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas and an avid supporter of community organizing and local involvement and cooperation in community betterment. 

Christian Hendricks
Director of Programming

Christian is a filmmaker, writer, and teacher living in Brooklyn. He is a graduate student at Hunter College, is on the faculty at Sitka Fine Arts Camp in Sitka, Alaska, and was a Norfolk Fellow at the Yale School of Art.