Chess Movie Night at Spectacle! Tues., Jan. 18th 5p.m.-7p.m.

It’s back! Instructional chess movie night at Spectacle. This January 18th, Tuesday evening between 5 and 7p.m., we will be showing an instructional lecture on thematic attacking ideas by Fred Wilson, entitled “Attacks That Come Out Of Nowhere.” Usually, these lectures cost $15 to attend, but this one we are showing FOR FREE! with Fred’s permission. Fred is a legend in New York City chess circles, and his chess bookstore in the village is a must visit for any chess enthusiast. His lectures are simply fantastic and we hope that by viewing this one you may wish to attend his lectures in the future. The running time of the film is approximately 90 minutes, so we will likely not start until a little after 5, and please feel free to come later as his lecture is of several attacking games, so if you miss the first fifteen or thirty minutes you will still be able to enjoy the rest of the lecture.

Spectacle is an independent not-for-profit theater in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY. They screen hard to find and out of print films; have monthly performances from Dome Theater along with others; have live musical accompaniment to silent movies; and host symposiums and presentations.

–They also serve popcorn and beverages.–

Spectacle is located at 124 South 3rd Street, Brooklyn, New York; between Bedford Avenue and Berry Street.