What could be a more iconic film series than the New York Film Critics Circle at the Paris? Founded in 1935, the Circle’s membership includes film reviewers from daily and weekly newspapers, magazines, and online publications. The Paris Theater opened in 1948. In this bi-monthly series, members of the NYFCC will present some of their favorite films; all screenings will be accompanied by live discussions. For the inaugural series, the theme, fittingly, is New York City on film. Jordan Hoffman, the NYFCC chairperson, said "I’m thrilled about this series. Coming to the Paris Theater, the last single-screen cinema in Manhattan, is always a thrill. Its location at the southeast corner of Central Park adjacent to the Plaza Hotel already feels like something out of a movie. With so much of film culture happening online, it is essential that great films continue to screen in public for appreciative audiences. I’m excited to see which titles members of the Circle pick, and eager to engage in post-screening conversation. I hope New Yorkers, and visitors to our city, will take advantage of the opportunity to mix-it-up with us."